A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Webb Publishing Company, special equipment that assembles and binds telephone directories, 1937.
Ogden Gunderson reading The Farmer, c.1922.
Founded in 1882, the Farmer grew from a small publication produced by Edward A. Webb and his wife to a large magazine with a circulation of over 175,000. For over one hundred years, it was published by the Webb Company in St. Paul.
Joseph R. Brown, nominal leader of the burial party, c.1853.
Sandy Lake dam in the mid-20th century
Franklin Cook, c.1880.
A house at White Earth Reservation, c.1900.
Pine river dam following renovations, 1906.
Pokegama falls, 1895. Eleven years after the original dam's completion.
Lake Winnibigoshish dam after the first round of renovations, 1904.
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