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Mesaba Park's dance pavilion, 1937.
Sauna on the shore of North Star Lake in Mesaba Co-op Park, 1937.
Turner Hall, 1895, site (outdoors) of the July 15, 1917, anti-draft rally.
Cathedral Church of Our Merciful Savior, Faribault, c.1870.
St. Mark’s African Methodist Episcopal Church, Duluth. Photographed in 1975.
St. Mark’s African Methodist Episcopal Church, Duluth, 2001.
St. Mark’s African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church has played a central role in Duluth’s African American community for over 125 years. While other black organizations have dissolved or moved to the Twin Cities, St. Mark’s has been a mainstay.
Exterior view of Fort Snelling showing the Round Tower, 1863.
Occupational therapy cottage, Rochester State Hospital, c.1940.
Administration Building of the Rochester State Hospital, c.1930.
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