scan of 1988 Bach Society Program cover

1988 Bach Society Of Minnesota program cover

1988 Bach Society Of Minnesota program cover. From the Bach Society of Minnesota records, 1933–2001 (bulk 1959–1991), Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Scan of the cover of a 1985 calendar commemorating the 300th birthday of J. S. Bach

J. S. Bach 300th birthday engagement calendar

1985 calendar commemorating the 300th birthday of J. S. Bach. Produced and sold by the Bach Society of Minnesota. From the Bach Society of Minnesota records, 1933–2001 (bulk 1959–1991), Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

1946 Bach Society of Minnesota program cover

1946 Bach Society of Minnesota program cover

The cover of a 1946 Bach Society of Minnesota performance program. From the Bach Society of Minnesota records, 1933–2001 (bulk 1959–1991), Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Photograph of Hamm’s bear bank

Hamm’s bear bank

Hamm’s bear bank made by Red Wing Pottery, Red Wing, Minnesota, late 1950s.

Photograph of the Kitchenette Band during Hospital Days. Printed in the Westbrook Sentinel Tribune, 1972.

Kitchenette Band

The Kitchenette Band during Hospital Days. Printed in the Westbrook Sentinel Tribune, 1972.

Photograph of an interior mural by Ingrid Edwards, Duluth Zoo, Duluth, ca. 1939.

Mural inside the Duluth Zoo

Interior mural by Ingrid Edwards, Duluth Zoo, Duluth, ca. 1939.

Song composed and performed by the Wiebe Quartet

Song composed and performed by the Wiebe Quartet, ca. 1930s. Used with the permission of Glenn Wiebe.

“On Jordan's Stormy Banks”

“On Jordan’s Stormy Banks” performed by the Carson Male Chorus, ca. 1930s.

Carson Male Chorus

The Carson Mennonite Brethren Male Chorus, known for singing gospel songs in four-part harmony, performed together for thirty years and managed a radio ministry through radio station KWOA in Worthington, Minnesota, from October 12, 1947, until December 8, 1963.

Photograph of Lydia and Jacob Wiebe

Lydia and Jacob Wiebe

Lydia and Jacob Wiebe, Carson Male Chorus director, 1956. Used with the permission of Glenn Wiebe.

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