Black and white photograph of union supporters outside the St. Paul Public Library, December 2, 1917.

Union supporters outside the St. Paul Public Library

Union supporters outside the St. Paul Public Library, December 2, 1917.

Black and white photograph of union supporters rallying in Rice Park on December 2, 1917.

Union supporters rally in Rice Park

Union supporters rally in Rice Park on December 2, 1917.

Black and white photograph of Street Railway union supporters gathering in Rice Park in St. Paul on December 2, 1917 for a meeting.

Street Railway union supporters gather in Rice Park

Street Railway union supporters gather in Rice Park in St. Paul on December 2, 1917 for a meeting.

Black and white photograph of women marching with American flags, Street Railway Company strike, 1917.

Women marching with American flags, Street Railway Company strike

Women marching with American flags, Street Railway Company strike, 1917.

Black and white photograph of the Street Railway Company strike, 1917.

Street Railway Company strike

Street Railway Company strike, 1917.

Twin Cities Streetcar Strike, 1917

When the Twin City Rapid Transit Company (TCRTC) refused to recognize the newly formed streetcar men's union, employees took to the streets of St. Paul and Minneapolis in the fall of 1917 to fight for their civil liberties. The labor dispute challenged state jurisdiction and reached the White House before finding settlement the following year.

Black and white photograph of former State Representative Gil Gutknecht, c.1983.

Gil Gutknecht

Former State Representative Gil Gutknecht, c.1983.

Historic Mesaba Co-op Park – SHPO

A tour of Mesaba Co-op Park given my Caretaker Mikhail Gose-Simrak, August, 2012.

Black and white photograph of Mesaba Co-op Park's dance pavilion, 1937.

Mesaba Co-op Park's dance pavilion

Mesaba Park's dance pavilion, 1937.

Black and white photograph of Elmer Benson and John T. Bernard at Mesaba Co-op Park, 1940.

Elmer Benson and John T. Bernard at Mesaba Co-op Park

Elmer Benson and John T. Bernard at Mesaba Co-op Park, 1940.

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