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J.R. Watkins Company, Winona

J.R. Watkins Company, Winona

J.R. Watkins Company, Winona, 1956. Photographer: St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press.

Interior view of the Watkins plant in Winona

Interior view of the Watkins plant in Winona

Interior view of the Watkins plant in Winona during a tour by St. Paul Central High School students, 1951.

J.R. Watkins Company, Winona

J.R. Watkins Company, Winona

J.R. Watkins Company, Winona. Administration building in foreground, c.1945.

Packaging Watkins Coconut Oil Shampoo, Winona

Packaging Watkins Coconut Oil Shampoo, Winona

Packaging Watkins Coconut Oil Shampoo, Winona, 1940.

Bird's-eye view of J.R. Watkins Company

Bird's-eye view of J.R. Watkins Company

Postcard with a bird's-eye view of J.R. Watkins Company, showing home office buildings, bank, factories, branches, and printing plant, Winona, c.1940.

Watkins Building, Winona

Watkins Building, Winona

Watkins Building, Winona, c.1929.

J.E. Schroggins, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Red Wing

J.E. Schroggins, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Red Wing

J.E. Schroggins, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Red Wing, posed with his horse-drawn buggy, Red Wing, c.1900.

A.W. Jesperson, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Minneapolis

A.W. Jesperson, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Minneapolis

A.W. Jesperson, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Minneapolis, posed with his horse-drawn buggy, Princeton, c.1900.

C.A. Lawrence, Watkins' Remedies salesman

C.A. Lawrence, Watkins' Remedies salesman

C.A. Lawrence, Watkins' Remedies salesman, selling products from his horse-drawn buggy, Montevideo, c.1900.

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