A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Built in 1929 at Forty-Sixth East Fourth Street, the Minnesota Building represents a turning point in the economic history of downtown St. Paul and the architectural history of the entire Twin Cities area.
Major General Norman Kirk, Surgeon General of the Army, inspecting Minnesota-made artificial limbs, December 6, 1943.
Michael Dowling and unidentified passenger in an automobile in front of E.H. Erickson Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, c.1905.
Knitting a sock to cover an amputated limb, Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1937.
Making artificial limbs at Minneapolis Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1945.
Minneapolis Artificial Limb Company at the State Fair, c.1922.
Work room, Minneapolis Artificial Limb Company, 1940.
Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1937.
Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis. 1918.
Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1918.
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