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

Stiftungsfest, 1898

A crowd gathered at the 1898 Stiftungsfest celebration.

Stiftungsfest and Pioneer Maennerchor

The longest continuously running festival in Minnesota history, Stiftungsfest, was founded in 1861. This German festival celebrates the music and culture of Carver County's German immigrants.

Photograph of the Gág family home at 200 South German Street in New Ulm. Taken by Anton Gág c.1890.

The Gág family home

Photograph of the Gág family home at 200 South German Street in New Ulm. Taken by Anton Gág c.1890.

Photograph of Wanda Gág in 1930.

Wanda Gág

Photograph of Wanda Gág in 1930.

Photograph of the children of Anton and Elizabeth Gág c.1905. Back row (left to right): Stella, Debli, Wanda. Front row (left to right): Howard, Asta, Nelda.

The children of Anton and Elizabeth Gág

Photograph of the children of Anton and Elizabeth Gág c.1905. Back row (left to right): Stella, Debli, Wanda. Front row (left to right): Howard, Asta, Nelda.

Photograph of Wanda Gág in 1944.

Wanda Gág

Photograph of Wanda Gág in 1944.

Caricature of Wanda Gág

Print based on a pencil-drawn caricature of Wanda Gág made by Adolph Dehn in 1916. The Dehn drawing is reproduced in Gág's Growing Pains: Diaries and Drawings for the Years 1908–1917 (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1984). Used here by permission of the Trustees of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, 2013.

Lithograph on paper by Wanda Gág, 1930.

Lithograph by Wanda Gág

Lithograph on paper by Wanda Gág, 1930.

Photograph of Wanda Gág with a poster she submitted in a contest, 1914.

Wanda Gág

Photograph of Wanda Gág with a poster she submitted in a contest, 1914.

Photograph of Wanda Gág at the age of about three, c.1896.

Wanda Gág as a child

Photograph of Wanda Gág at the age of about three, c.1896.

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