Black and white photograph of television character Roundhouse Rodney (played by Lynn Dwyer on WTCN) signing an autograph for a young fan, c.1961.

Lynn Dwyer as Roundhouse Rodney

Television character Roundhouse Rodney (played by Lynn Dwyer on WTCN) signs an autograph for a young fan, c.1965.

Black and white photograph of a WTCN-TV employee with an Emerson television set, 1949.

WTCN-TV employee

WTCN-TV employee with an Emerson television set, 1949.

Black and white photograph of Twin City Television Lab broadcasting at the Minnesota State Fair, 1947.

Twin City Television lab at the State Fair

Twin City Television Lab broadcasting at the Minnesota State Fair, 1947.

Black and white photograph of Stanley Hubbard, founder of KSTP-TV, 1930.

Stanley Hubbard

Stanley Hubbard, founder of KSTP-TV, 1930.

Black and white photoprint of Joseph Renshaw Brown photographed c.1860.

Joseph R. Brown

Joseph Renshaw Brown, c.1860.

Brown, Joseph Renshaw (1805–1870)

During his five decades in Minnesota, Joseph R. Brown was a significant figure in territorial and state politics. Although he never held high office, he exercised great influence on how the region developed. His ability to produce legislative results earned him the nickname, “Jo the Juggler.”

Black and white photograph of two men breaking apart an illegal still,1940. Photographed by the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Two men breaking apart an illegal still

Two men break apart an illegal still,1940. Photographed by the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Black and white photograph of a group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

Dismantling a still, at Pillsbury and Charles Street, St. Paul

A group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

Black and white photograph of police destroying an illegal alcohol still during Prohibition, 1925. Photographed by the St. Paul Daily News.

Police destroying an illegal still

Police destroy an illegal alcohol still during Prohibition, 1925. Photographed by the St. Paul Daily News.

Black and white photograph of a group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

Dismantling a still, Pillsbury and Charles Street, St. Paul

A group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

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