Production photograph from Antigone Too: Rights of Love and Defiance, 1983.

Production photograph from "Antigone Too: Rights of Love and Defiance"

Production photograph of a scene from Antigone Too: Rights of Love and Defiance, 1983. Photograph by Barrie.

Performers in Junkie!, 1981.

Performers in "Junkie!"

Holly Franzen (top) and Anne Clark, two of seven performers in Junkie!, At the Foot of the Mountain's ritual drama about addiction and recovery, created by Martha Boesing in collaboration with the company, 1981.

Program Cover, Nicaragua (Las Gringas), 1984.

Program Cover, "Nicaragua (Las Gringas)"

Program Cover, Nicaragua (Las Gringas), 1984.

Cover of the program for the play Antigone Too: Rights of Love and Defiance, 1983.

Program for the play "Antigone Too: Rights of Love and Defiance"

Cover of the program for the play Antigone Too: Rights of Love and Defiance, 1983.

Poster for At the Foot of the Mountain Theatre’s production of Junkie!, 1981.

Poster for At the Foot of the Mountain Theatre’s production of "Junkie!"

Poster for At the Foot of the Mountain Theatre’s production of Junkie!, 1981.

Color image of the At the Foot of the Mountain Theater logo, ca. 1976.

At the Foot of the Mountain Theater logo

At the Foot of the Mountain Theater logo, ca. 1976. Courtesy of Martha Boesing, used with permission.

At the Foot of the Mountain Theater, Minneapolis

The women's theater movement began in the early 1970s and continued until the mid–1980s. Echoing the second-wave feminism sweeping the country, it fostered the growth of more than 185 theaters, with an emphasis on women's issues. One of these, At the Foot of the Mountain Theater in Minneapolis, made a lasting mark on the Twin Cities.

Map of locations important to the early 1800s fur trade in present-day Minnesota and Wisconsin. Drawn by David Geister, ca. 2000.

Map of the region around the North West Fur Post

Map of locations important to the early 1800s fur trade in present-day Minnesota and Wisconsin. The North West Fur Post (Sayer's post) is visible in the lower left. Drawn by David Geister, ca. 2000.

The North West Fur Post as it appeared during John Sayer's tenure as partner in the early nineteenth century. Drawn by David Geister, ca. 2000.

Drawing of North West Fur Post

The North West Fur Post as it appeared during John Sayer's tenure as partner in the early nineteenth century. Drawn by David Geister, ca. 2000.

Black and white photograph of Seth Eastman late in his life, ca.1873.

Seth Eastman late in his life

Seth Eastman late in his life, ca.1873.

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