Black and white photograph of a log Jam at Taylors Falls, 1886.

Log Jam at Taylors Falls

Log Jam at Taylors Falls, 1886.

Black and white photograph of a Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway freight train, 1929.

Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway freight train

Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway freight train, 1929.

Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway

The Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway (MN&S) was a Minnesota short-line railroad that operated between the cities of Crystal and Northfield from 1918 until 1982. It was a profitable bridge line, routing traffic past the crowded freight yards of the Twin Cities onto connecting railroads at Northfield.

Lake Vermilion–Soudan Underground Mine State Park

The Lake Vermilion–Soudan Underground Mine State Park occupies over four thousand acres in the far northeast corner of Minnesota. The site contains a historic underground iron mine as well as the fifth largest lake in Minnesota and its surrounding habitat.

Black and white photograph of Theodore Wright Griggs, c.1925.

Theodore Wright Griggs

Theodore Wright Griggs, c.1925.

Black and white photograph of James C. Burbank, c.1865. Photographed by Whitney's Gallery.

James C. Burbank

James C. Burbank, c.1865. Photographed by Whitney's Gallery.

Color image of a Northwest Airlines flight attendant's uniform, designed by Mae Hanauer of New York, c.1965.

Northwest Airlines flight attendant's uniform

Northwest Airlines flight attendant's uniform, designed by Mae Hanauer of New York, c.1965.

Color image of a radio microphone used by Northwest Airlines personnel, c.1950.

Radio microphone used by Northwest Airlines personnel

Radio microphone used by Northwest Airlines personnel, c.1950.

Color imae of a Northwest Airlines in-flight blanket, manufactured by the North Star Woolen Mill, Minneapolis, c.1939.

Northwest Airlines in-flight blanket

Northwest Airlines in-flight blanket, manufactured by the North Star Woolen Mill, Minneapolis, c.1939.

Color image of an insulated canister used to keep food warm in airline meal service. The canister, which contains eight plastic bowls, was used by Northwest Airlines, c.1950s.

Insulated canister used to keep food warm in airline meal service

Insulated canister used to keep food warm in airline meal service. The canister, which contains eight plastic bowls, was used by Northwest Airlines, c.1950s.

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