Color photograph of MN Cartooning Historian David Mruz with Curt Swan, October 2, 1993.

MN Cartooning Historian David Mruz with Curt Swan and Proclamation Making October 2, 1993 Curt Swan Day

Minnesota cartooning historian David Mruz was among those who invited Curt Swan to Minneapolis for Curt Swan Day, October 2, 1993.

Color photograph of Minnesota Cartoonists Award presented to Curt Swan, October 2, 1993

Minnesota Cartoonists Award presented to Curt Swan, October 2, 1993

A group of Minnesota cartoonists and fans presented Swan with a Minnesota cartooning award designed by Jerry Fearing in 1993.

Photograph of Curt Swan in Minnesota, October 2, 1993

Curt Swan in Minnesota, October 2, 1993

Swan returned to Minneapolis for Curt Swan Day, October 2, 1993.

Swan, Curt (1920–1996)

Two young men from Cleveland, writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, created the character of Superman in the 1930s. But it was Curt Swan, a Minnesota artist, who defined Superman's look in comic books of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.

Black and white photograph of members of Pioneer Maennerchor at the annual Stiftungsfest celebration, c.1910.

Pioneer Maennerchor

Members of Pioneer Maennerchor at the annual Stiftungsfest celebration, c.1910.

Black and white photograph of Carl Bachmann, c.1880s.

Carl Bachmann

Carl Bachmann, c.1880s.

Black and white photograph of a row of people wraped around the front of Singer's Hall, 1870s or 1880s.

Singer's Hall

A row of people wraps around the front of Singer's Hall, 1870s or 1880s.

Black and white photograph of members of Pioneer Maennerchor, 1870s or 1880s.

Pioneer Maennerchor

Members of Pioneer Maennerchor, 1870s or 1880s.

Black and white photograph of three individuals standing in front of Singer's Hall, Young America, 1870s or 1880s.

Singer's Hall

Three individuals standing in front of Singer's Hall, Young America, 1870s or 1880s.

Black and white photograph of people gathered for Stiftungsfest, 1898.

Stiftungsfest, 1898

A crowd gathered at the 1898 Stiftungsfest celebration.

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