St. Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse

Ramsey County's third courthouse, which opened in 1932, is a treasure trove of wood, stone, sculpture, and art-deco style.

Black and white photograph of the K. J. Taralseth Company Building, 1915. Originally published in Warren Sheaf, September 1, 1915.

K. J. Taralseth Co. Warren's Greatest Department Store

The K. J. Taralseth Company Building, 1915. Originally published in Warren Sheaf, September 1, 1915.

Color image of the K. J. Taralseth Company Building, Marshall County, c.2002.

K. J. Taralseth Company, Marshall County

K. J. Taralseth Company Building, Marshall County, c.2002.

K. J. Taralseth Company

The K.J. Taralseth Company building is a physical reminder of the early commercial development of Warren. After moving from a brick store that was destroyed by fire in 1910, Ralph Taralseth built a new store that reflected the company's success. The new building carried a mixed product line for which the company became known. It also provided space for the professional services and fraternal organizations forming in and around Warren.

Color image of the Jefferson Grain Warehouse, Houston County, c.1994.

Jefferson Grain Warehouse

Jefferson Grain Warehouse, Houston County, c.1994.

Black and white photograph of the exterior of the Jewish Educational Center at the St. Paul Jewish Community Center, 1935.

Jewish Educational Center at the St. Paul Jewish Community Center, St. Paul, Minnesota

Exterior of the Jewish Educational Center at the St. Paul Jewish Community Center, 1935.

Black and white photograph of the ground level view of the Hennepin Bridge, c.1868.

First Suspension Bridge, Minneapolis

Ground level view of the Hennepin Bridge, c.1868.

Black and white photo negative of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, c.1868.

Hennepin Avenue Bridge span

Black and white photo negative of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, c.1868.

Black and white photograph of the Hennepin Suspension Bridge, c.1865.

Suspension Bridge, Minneapolis

The Hennepin Suspension Bridge, c.1865.

Suspension Bridge, Minneapolis

Two single horse carriages in front of the Hennepin Bridge, c.1865.

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