Spangenberg clock shelf

Spangenberg clock shelf

Clock shelf, Eastlake style, used by the Spangenberg family, 1890s.

Framed portrait of Spangenbergs

Framed portrait of Spangenbergs

Portrait of Frederick Sr. and Anna Spangenberg in a frame, c.1868.

Frederick Spangenberg, 375 Mount Curve, St. Paul

Frederick Spangenberg, 375 Mount Curve, St. Paul

Frederick Spangenberg House, St. Paul, c.1965.

Frederick Spangenberg House, St. Paul

When completed in 1867, the Spangenberg house was surrounded by an eighty-acre dairy farm, well outside the St. Paul city limits. Today, the house is surrounded not by fields and barns but by the paved streets and ample houses of the Highland Park neighborhood.

MN90: The Bridges of Hennepin County

There are more bridges across the Mississippi in the City of Minneapolis than anywhere else along the river. MN90 Producer Andi McDaniel speaks with David Stevens of Mill City Museum to find out why.

Casiville Bullard House, Side View

Casiville Bullard House, Side View

Casiville Bullard House, Side View, 1282 Folsom Street, St. Paul

Casiville Bullard House

Casiville Bullard House, Front View

Casiville Bullard House, Front View, 1282 Folsom Street, St. Paul

Southdale Center

Southdale Center

Southdale, the nation's first indoor suburban shopping mall, a few years after its opening in Edina in 1956.

Ojibwe Indians standing by bull rush wigwam

Ojibwe Indians standing by bull rush wigwam

Ojibwe people standing by a bull rush wigwam, c.1910.

Northwestern Guaranty Loan Building

Northwestern Guaranty Loan Building

The Northwestern Guaranty Loan (later Metropolitan) Building, c.1892; it was the Twin Cities' tallest nineteenth-century skyscraper.

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