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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.
Bicycle race, Red Wing, c.1896.
Theodore Palmer on a bicycle, c.1896.
Dawson Bicycle Group, c.1895.
High lace-up bicycle boots worn by Miss Vivian Grace Gibson of St. Paul, 1890–1899.
Ferodowill Brothers bicycle repair shop, St. Paul, c.1890.
Boy and his bicycle, c.1890. Photograph by Frank Jay Haynes.
Warwick "Perfection" safety bicycle, patented in 1888.
Bicycle hat with straw inner rim, c.1880–c.1899.
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