A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Riding habit clothing worn by James J. Hill. Clothing made by Schaub Brothers, Inc.
Cinco de Mayo parade, West side, 1938.
Playground of the Jewish Sheltering Home for Children in Minneapolis, c.1925.
1941 Winter Carnival Ice Palace.
1940 Winter Carnival Ice Palace at Como Park.
1937 Winter Carnival Ice Palace, looking west toward State Office Building.
Postcard of the 1937 Winter Carnival Ice Palace.
The sport of curling, according to Bemidji native and Olympian Cassie Potter mixes elements of golf, shuffleboard, chess, and bowling. MN90 Producer Andi McDaniel finds out why Minnesotans and others decided to combine all those games on ice.
Children playing on the playground of St. Paul’s Neighborhood House, 1937.
Members of the Girls’ Club at St. Paul’s Neighborhood House attending a doll-themed party, 1919.
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