Black and white engraved portrait of Henry M. Rice, c.1860.

Engraved portrait of Henry M. Rice

Engraved portrait of Henry M. Rice, c.1860.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill, 1902.

James J. Hill

James J. Hill, 1902. Photograph by the Pach Brothers.

Color image of the Masters Hotel in Burr Oak, Iowa, 2009.

Masters Hotel

The Masters Hotel in Burr Oak, Iowa. Photographed on December 6, 2009 by Wikimedia Commons user Jonathunder.

Black and white photograph of trader Andrew Myrick, c.1860.

Trader Andrew Myrick

Trader Andrew Myrick, c.1860.

Black and white photograph of former Indian Agent Thomas Galbraith, c.1885.

Thomas Galbraith

Former Indian Agent Thomas Galbraith, c.1885.

Color image of the Lower Sioux Agency Warehouse, 2012

Lower Sioux Agency Warehouse

The Lower Sioux Agency warehouse, 2012. Photographed by Wikimedia Commons user McGhiever on August 31, 2012.

Black and white aerial photograph of the Hormel Packing Company and surrounding area in Austin, Minnesota, 1972.

Hormel Packing Company

Aerial photograph of the Hormel Packing Company and surrounding area in Austin, Minnesota, 1972. Photograph by Vincent H. Mart.

Black and white photograph of the interior of the Woolworth's store at Southdale shopping center on opening day in 1956.

F.W. Woolworth store, Southdale

The interior of the Woolworth's store at Southdale shopping center on opening day in 1956. The image speaks to the importance of consumption and retail in the twentieth century business landscape. Photograph by Norton & Peel.

Black and white photograph of shoppers inside St. Paul's Credjafawn Co-op at 678 Rondo Avenue c.1950.

Credjafawn Co-op, St. Paul

Shoppers inside St. Paul's Credjafawn Co-op at 678 Rondo Avenue c.1950.

Photograph postcard depicting a shipment of butter produced by Farmers Cooperative Creamery in Milaca, c.1915.

Shipping butter to the eastern markets, Farmers Cooperative Creamery, Milaca

Photograph postcard depicting a shipment of butter produced by Farmers Cooperative Creamery in Milaca, c.1915. Minnesota farmers expected to produce goods for a market, and came to use cooperatives like this one to control the prices they received for their goods. Photograph by O. L. Palmquist.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Business and Industry