Color image of the Quadriga with lit rotunda electrolier behind, February 11, 2013. Photographed by Linda A. Cameron.

Evening view of the Quadriga

Evening view of the Quadriga with lit rotunda electrolier behind, February 11, 2013. Photographed by Linda A. Cameron.

Black and white photograph of the Minnesota Capitol before the installation of the Quadriga, possibly during the dedication ceremony, 1905.

Minnesota Capitol before the installation of the Quadriga

View of the Minnesota Capitol before the installation of the Quadriga, possibly during the dedication ceremony, 1905.

Black and white photograph of a horsecar in front of Central High School, Minneapolis, 1878.

Horsecar in front of Central High School, Minneapolis

Horsecar in front of Central High School, Minneapolis, 1878.

Color image of the he National Eagle Center in Wabasha, 2008.

National Eagle Center

The National Eagle Center in Wabasha, 2008.

Color image of the James J. Hill House, 2013.

The James J. Hill House

James J. Hill House, 2013. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons user McGhiever.

Black and white photograph of the James J. Hill house from rear, 240 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, c.1900. Photographed by Charles P. Gibson.

James J. Hill house from rear

James J. Hill house from rear, 240 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, c.1900. Photographed by Charles P. Gibson.

Black and white photograph of the James J. Hill House, 240 Summit, St. Paul, c.1891.

James J. Hill House, 240 Summit

James J. Hill House, 240 Summit, St. Paul, c.1891.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill Summit Avenue house under construction, 1890.

James J. Hill Summit Avenue house under construction

James J. Hill Summit Avenue house under construction, 1890.

Black and white photograph of a construction crew at the James J. Hill House in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1891.

A construction crew at the James J. Hill House in St. Paul

A construction crew at the James J. Hill House in St. Paul, 1891.

James J. Hill House

Sitting on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River and the city of St. Paul, the 36,500-square- foot, forty-two-room James J. Hill House stands as a monument to the man who built the Great Northern Railway. It remains one of the best examples of Richardsonian Romanesque mansions in the country.

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