The exterior of Nerstrand Meats and Catering, 2019. Photo by Jeff M. Sauve.

Exterior of Nerstrand Meats and Catering

The exterior of Nerstrand Meats and Catering, 2019. Photo by Jeff M. Sauve.

Meat case containing bologna and wieners inside Nerstrand Meats and Catering, 2019. Photo by Jeff M. Sauve.

Meat case inside Nerstrand Meats and Catering

Meat case containing bologna and wieners inside Nerstrand Meats and Catering, 2019. Photo by Jeff M. Sauve.

Interior of Nerstrand Meats and Catering, 2019. Photo by Jeff M. Sauve.

Interior of Nerstrand Meats and Catering

Interior of Nerstrand Meats and Catering, 2019. Photo by Jeff M. Sauve.

Nerstrand Bologna Days event poster, 1994.

Nerstrand Bologna Days event poster

Nerstrand Bologna Days event poster, 1994.

Nerstrand Bologna Days Cancellation Stamp, 1994.

Nerstrand Bologna Days Cancellation Stam

Nerstrand Bologna Days Cancellation Stamp, 1994.

Nerstrand Hotel, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1900.

Nerstrand Hotel

Nerstrand Hotel, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1900.

Remodeled Nerstrand Meat Market, ca. 1900. Pictured are (left to right): Lewis Roth, William Roth, and an unidentified man.

Nerstrand Meat Market

Remodeled Nerstrand Meat Market, ca. 1900. Pictured are (left to right): Lewis Roth, William Roth, and an unidentified man.

Nerstrand Meats and Catering

In 1890, Adam Roth and his son, William E., established a butcher business in Nerstrand (Rice County) that grew to specialize in smoked and grilled meats—particularly bologna and wieners. In 2019 the family-owned enterprise, Nerstrand Meats and Catering, celebrated 129 years of continuous operation.

Sayles Hill Gymnasium, ca. 1910. The gym, on the campus of Carleton College, in Northfield, hosted the first state high school basketball tournament in 1913.

Sayles Hill Gymnasium, Northfield

Sayles Hill Gymnasium, ca. 1910. The gym, on the campus of Carleton College, in Northfield, hosted the first state high school basketball tournament in 1913.

Porter Kelsey House

The Porter Kelsey house was built in Andover in 1887 from materials produced by the owner’s own brickyard. In 2020, it is one of the few structures built with Kelsey Brickyard brick that still stands in Anoka County.

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