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Postcard depicting the sawmill at Crookston, 1912.
Logs in the Red Lake River at Crookston, ca. 1890–1910.
Photograph of loggers and banked logs taken from E. D. Childs photo album, ca. 1890–1920.
Photograph from microfilm of E. D. Childs. Published in the Polk County Journal, December 21, 1899.
Ellsworth D. Childs with wife Eliza (far left) and two unidentified women, ca. 1890–1900.
Strunk Saloon in Hanover, ca. 1906.
Vollbrecht Hardware Store in Hanover, ca. 1906.
Louis Strunk Meat Market, originally printed in The Great Northwest Magazine, December 1909.
Hanover Creamery Association building, ca. 1880–1900. Used courtesy of the Hanover Historical Society.
John Lockedell General Merchandise & Fine Liquors, ca. 1900–1910.
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