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Bicycle path license issued by the City of Minneapolis in 1902.
Woman's bicycle cape of tan wool with a yoke, stand-up collar and same collar top-stitching. The circular cape is lined in an art nouveau printed cotton of pink, blue, black, brown, tan and beige.
Woman's ankle-length wool bicycle skirt, 1900.
Brass carbide bicycle lamp patented in 1899, c.1900.
Charlie Skon's Bike Club, eastside of St. Paul, c.1900.
Woman with a bicycle, c.1900.
Ferodowill Bicycle Repair Shop, 86 Seventh Street, St. Paul, 1899.
Women with their bicycles, c.1898.
Two women and a girl with bicycles, 1897.
Bicycle knickers designed and worn by Peter A. Schaub of the St. Paul tailoring firm Schaub Brothers, Inc., 1897.
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