A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
The red Pipestone Quarry in Southwestern Minnesota. Pen and ink drawing of Rudolf Daniel Ludwig Cronau, 1881.
The student cast of the drama “Elopement of Ellen,” at Graham Hall, ca. 1909. Image is from the Graham Hall annual catalog, 1909–1910.
The village of St. Paul, 1844. Etching by Charles William Post.
Scale drawing of the world’s largest peace pipe, ca. 1998.
Scale drawing of the world’s largest peace pipe installed on the site of the Rock Island Depot, ca. 1998.
View of Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington. A baseball game is being played on the field. Artist: Hazel Thorson Stoeckeler, 1964.
The Beatles in concert at Metropolitan Stadium, Bloomington, August 21, 1965. Photograph: Neale, St. Paul Dispatch & Pioneer Press.
Dakota beaded and ribbonwork moccasins, made by Sarah Good Thunder (Dakota), 1904. Inscribed: “Made by Mrs. Good Thunder for Mrs. Whipple 1904."
A sleigh load of big White Pine logs about to be tripped, Virginia and Rainy Lake County, Virginia, ca. 1920.
Man Playing the Kheng, Frogtown, 1994. Photograph by Wing Young Huie.
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