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Anti-I.W.W. cartoon printed in the Duluth News Tribune on July 1, 1916. Cartoon is from Betten, Neil. “Riot, Revolution, Repression in the Iron Range Strike of 1916.” Minnesota History 41, no. 2 (1968): 82–94.
Postcard of the Missabe Mountain open pit mine in Franklin, c.1915.
Twin City Television Lab project, c.1948.
Minnesota was a pioneer in the early years of broadcast television. From the 1920s through the 1960s, local stations achieved many national firsts and produced enduring TV legends.
Side wall of St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral sanctuary after renovation, 2015. The wall features new iconography by world-renowned Russian iconographer Dmitry Shkolnik.
The sanctuary of St. Mary's Cathedral after renovation, 2015. The walls feature new iconography by world-renowned Russian iconographer Dmitry Shkolnik.
Oil-on-canvas portrait of Harold Stassen. Painted by Carl A. Bohnen in 1943.
Untitled wood relief, 1975. By George Morrison.
Witch Tree Variation, 1982. Drawn by George Morrison.
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