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Black and white engraving on paper depicting Lake Pepin. Made by Jacob C. Ward c.1840.
Henry Lewis's 1855 lithograph shows Red Wing's village forty years after Tatankamani (Red Wing) brought his followers there.
View of the Incline and Central Hillside from a grain elevator on Rice's Point, c.1910.
Seventh Avenue West, Duluth
Creator: V. O. Hammon Publishing Company
Looking west across downtown Duluth, with the Incline in profile on the hillside, c.1910.
Creator: Duluth Photo Engraving Company
Looking up the Incline from Superior Street, about 1907. The Incline is at it appeared in the years 1902-1911, with only a single car.
Seventh Avenue West and Superior Street, Duluth
Postcard depicting the second city hall building in Waconia. Refurbished into senior apartments in the late 1990s and early 2000s. This building was nominated to the National Register for Historic Places.
Postcard depicting Main Street in Waconia in the early, c.1900.
F. Scott Fitzgerald at desk, c.1930.
F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald at Dellwood the month before Scottie's birth, 1921.
F. Scott Fitzgerald House, St. Paul, 1987. Photograph by Jet Lowe.
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