This 1888 engraving depicts the 1873–1877 grasshopper plague in Minnesota and a method of capturing the young grasshoppers.
This postcard of "Elevator Row" in Clara City, Minnesota, c.1910, shows one of the major reasons rural people have gone to town since the 1880s: to connect to the railroad to sell grain.
Dan Patch and driver, c.1904.
Rookwood tile owned by Henrietta Barclay Paist and used in her studio in St. Paul.
Hand-painted pendant made by Henrietta Barclay Paist between 1920 and 1929.
Description: Two Girls in Green, c.1920. Painted by Henrietta Barclay Paist.
Girl in a Blue Dress, c.1920. Painted by Henrietta Barclay Paist.
Henrietta Barclay Paist and others posed outside with a bicycle, c.1905.
Henrietta Barclay Paist trade sign, created between 1900 and 1925.
Henrietta Barclay Paist in her studio in Minneapolis, c.1905.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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