Black and white photograph of Sarah Hubbard Heywood Folwell, Charles M. Loring, and William Watts Folwell, with Margaret and Fritz Chute, 1915.

L to R: Sarah Hubbard Heywood Folwell, Mr. Charles M Loring, William Folwell, (front): Margaret and Fritz Chute

Sarah Hubbard Heywood Folwell, Charles M. Loring, and William Watts Folwell, with Margaret and Fritz Chute, 1915.

Black and white photograph of Loring Park pavilion, Minneapolis.

Loring Park pavilion, Minneapolis.

Loring donated this shelter at Loring Park, 1906.

Black and white photograph of Charles M. Loring, c.1900.

Charles M. Loring

Charles M. Loring, c.1900.

Loring, Charles Morgridge (1833–1922)

Charles Morgridge Loring is known as the "Father of Minneapolis Parks." As the first president of the Minneapolis park board, he was the one most responsible for acquiring the city's lakes and their shorelines as parks. Loring Park near downtown Minneapolis is named for him.

Map showing the path of the St. Peter Tornado.

Map of tornado path.

Map showing the impact area of the St. Peter Tornado.

Aerial view of St. Peter showing massive destruction caused by the tornado.

Aerial View

Aerial view of St. Peter after the tornado.

Photograph of badly damaged house.

Badly damaged house

Badly damaged house in St. Peter after the tornado.

Photograph of National Guard soldiers patrolling the streets of St. Peter.

Soldiers on Guard

National Guard soldiers patrolling the streets of St. Peter.

Photograph of a school destroyed by the St. Peter Tornado.

School Destruction

School destroyed by the St. Peter Tornado.

Photograph of a destroyed church after the St. Peter Tornado.

Church Destruction

A church in St. Peter destroyed by the tornado.

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