Black and white photograph of Charles E. Kiewel, ca. 1915.

Charles E. Kiewel

Charles E. Kiewel, ca. 1915.

Kiewel, Charles E. (1875–1969)

Charles Kiewel continued his father Jacob’s brewing legacy by owning and managing multiple breweries, including Kiewel Brewing Company in Crookston. His diverse business interests, from creameries to a farm to a bank, set him apart as one of Crookston’s most well-known businessmen.

Black and white photograph of the Crookston sawmill as pictured in E. D. Childs album, ca. 1890–1915.

Crookston sawmill

Crookston sawmill as pictured in E. D. Childs album, ca. 1890–1915.

Postcard depicting the sawmill at Crookston, 1912.

Sawmill at Crookston

Postcard depicting the sawmill at Crookston, 1912.

Black and white photograph of logs in the Red Lake River at Crookston, ca. 1890–1910.

Logs at Crookston

Logs in the Red Lake River at Crookston, ca. 1890–1910.

Black and white photograph of of loggers and banked logs taken from E. D. Childs photo album, ca. 1890–1920.

Log banking for the sawmill

Photograph of loggers and banked logs taken from E. D. Childs photo album, ca. 1890–1920.

Black and white photograph from microfilm of E. D. Childs. Published in the Polk County Journal, December 21, 1899.

E. D. Childs

Photograph from microfilm of E. D. Childs. Published in the Polk County Journal, December 21, 1899.

Black and white photograph of Ellsworth D. Childs with wife Eliza (far left) and two unidentified women, ca. 1890–1900.

E. D. Childs and family

Ellsworth D. Childs with wife Eliza (far left) and two unidentified women, ca. 1890–1900.

Black and white photograph of Strunk Saloon in Hanover, ca. 1906.

Strunk Saloon in Hanover

Strunk Saloon in Hanover, ca. 1906.

Black and white photograph of Vollbrecht Hardware Store in Hanover, ca. 1906.

Vollbrecht Hardware Store in Hanover

Vollbrecht Hardware Store in Hanover, ca. 1906.

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