Black and white aerial photograph of the Thermo King Corporation campus in Bloomington as it appeared, c.1960.

Thermo King Corporation

The Thermo King Corporation campus in Bloomington as it appeared, c.1960.

Color image of a suit worn by James J. Hill. Suit made by Schaub Brothers, Inc.

James J. Hill suit

Suit worn by James J. Hill. Suit made by Schaub Brothers, Inc.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill walking down street with overcoat flapping, c.1915.

James J. Hill walking down street

James J. Hill walking down street with overcoat flapping, c.1915.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill and Mary T. Hill, c.1915.

James J. Hill and Mary T. Hill

James J. Hill and Mary T. Hill, c.1915.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill (left) with his son, Louis W. Hill, 1912.

James J. Hill with his son, Louis W. Hill

James J. Hill (left) with his son, Louis W. Hill, 1912.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill, at spike driving celebration extending the Great Northern Railroad, Bend, Oregon, 1911.

James J. Hill driving ceremonial railroad spike

James J. Hill, at spike driving celebration extending the Great Northern Railroad, Bend, Oregon, 1911.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill with two engineers on the William Crooks train engine, 1908. Photograph by T.W. Ingersoll.

James J. Hill on train engine

James J. Hill with two engineers on the William Crooks train engine, 1908. Photograph by T.W. Ingersoll.

Black and white photograph of the wedding of Charlotte Hill Slade, daughter of James J. Hill, at 240 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, 1901.

Hill family

Wedding of Charlotte Hill Slade, daughter of James J. Hill, at 240 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, 1901.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill, 1885. Photograph by Hayes Robbins.

James J. Hill, 1885

James J. Hill, 1885. Photograph by Hayes Robbins.

Black and white photograph of James J. Hill warehouse on St. Paul's Mississippi River levee, c.1869.

James J. Hill warehouse on St. Paul's Mississippi River levee

James J. Hill warehouse on St. Paul's Mississippi River levee, c.1869.

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