Color scan of the cover of Sinclair Lewis’ Arrowsmith. The novel won a Pulitzer Prize in 1926.

"Arrowsmith"

The cover of Sinclair Lewis’ Arrowsmith. The novel won a Pulitzer Prize in 1926.

Color scan of the cover of Sinclair Lewis’ novel Mantrap, published in 1926.

"Mantrap"

The cover of Sinclair Lewis’ novel Mantrap, published in 1926.

Black and white photograph of Sinclair Lewis and his son Wells, ca. 1925.

Sinclair Lewis and his son Wells

Sinclair Lewis and his son Wells, ca. 1925.

Color scan of the cover of Sinclair Lewis’ novel Main Street, published in 1920.

"Main Street"

The cover of Sinclair Lewis’ novel Main Street, published in 1920.

Black and white photograph of Sinclair Lewis and friends, ca. 1916. Lewis sits in the rocking chair at right; his wife, Grace Hegger Lewis, wears a maid’s uniform and stands at left.

Sinclair Lewis and friends

Sinclair Lewis and friends, ca. 1916. Lewis sits in the rocking chair at right; his wife, Grace Hegger Lewis, wears a maid’s uniform and stands at left.

Black and white photograph of Sinclair Lewis, ca. 1915.

Sinclair Lewis

Sinclair Lewis, ca. 1915.

Lewis, Harry Sinclair (1885–1951)

Sauk Centre’s Sinclair Lewis, short story writer, novelist, and playwright, was the first American to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.

American World War II poster promoting victory gardens. 1944. Artist: Morley Size.

American World War II poster promoting victory gardens

American World War II poster promoting victory gardens, 1944. Artist: Morley Size.

Drawing of Crookston’s city hall as depicted in the “Souvenir Art Album 1874–1910.”

Drawing of Crookston city hall

Drawing of Crookston’s city hall as depicted in the “Souvenir Art Album 1874–1910.”

Babes in Toyland (left to right): drummer Lori Barbero, bassist Maureen Herman, and vocalist/guitarist Kat Bjelland. The image was used for promotional materials related to the release of the band’s 1995 album Nemesisters.

Promotional photograph for Nemesisters

Babes in Toyland (left to right): drummer Lori Barbero, bassist Maureen Herman, and vocalist/guitarist Kat Bjelland. The image was used for promotional materials related to the release of the band’s 1995 album Nemesisters.

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