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The Great Northern Railway’s Winnipeg Limited crossing the Stone Arch Bridge, Minneapolis, ca. 1955.
The Blue Mounds State Park interpretive center, formerly the home of Frederick Manfred, 2012. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons user McGhiever.
Blue Mounds State Park latrine built by the Works Progress Administration, ca. 1990s.
Old Luverne city hall, ca. 1890s. The hall was built with Sioux quartzite mined from a quarry in what became Blue Mounds State Park. From the photograph collection of the Luverne Chamber of Commerce.
The Hinkly House, built in 1892 by R. B. Hinkly using Sioux quartzite mined from a quarry where the Blue Mounds State Park is located, 2007. From the photograph collection of the Luverne Chamber of Commerce.
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, 2007.
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, 501 Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, 1982.
Dilley Hall, Shattuck-St. Mary's, Faribault, 2016. Photograph by Paul Nelson.
Platteville Limestone, Church of the Assumption, St. Paul, 2016. Photograph by Paul Nelson.
Platteville Limestone curve of the Church of the Assumption, St. Paul, 2016. Photograph by Paul Nelson.
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