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Bridge Square, Northfield, 1876.
Division Street, Northfield 1870. The First National Bank is the first door to the left of the staircase. Photographed by Sumner’s Gallery.
Downtown Northfield during Jesse James Days, 1948. Photographed by Bill Seaman.
Trolley track removal, Fourth and Wabasha, St. Paul, April 12, 1955.
Last day of streetcar service in Minneapolis, June 18, 1954.
Looking north on France Avenue at Forty-Sixth Street as the last streetcar to run on France between Forty-Forth Street and Fifty-Forth Street passes the work crew that is about to tear up the track, August 10, 1952.
Minneapolis farewell to streetcars. TCRT Chairman, Fred A. Ossanna, smashes the window of an electric streetcar following the implementation of motor buses in Minneapolis, 1954.
Boarded-up storefronts on Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.
Aftermath of civil unrest in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.
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