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Motor Corps headquarters at Colonel Winfield Stephens' Buick dealership in Minneapolis, c.1918. Photograph from Minnesota Historical Society Sound and Visual Collection II.4.
Bundles of the Waconia Patriot ready to be shipped. Date and photographer unknown.
Printing machine in the office of the Waconia Patriot. Date and photographer unknown.
Staff of the Waconia Patriot at a printing press. Art Wessele is shown in the middle. Date and photographer unknown.
A Waconia Patriot employee uses a printing press. Date and photographer unknown.
Waconia Patriot editor and publisher Charles Reil in his office, 1917.
The Waconia Patriot has provided local news to the residents of Carver County since 1897. In the twenty-first century, the paper is owned by ECM Publishers, Inc.
Dayton’s at Sixth and Wabasha, St. Paul, 1975.
Target store, Roseville, 1963.
Television, radio and phonograph department, Dayton's Southdale store, 1958.
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