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Hennepin County

Street Scene, Long Lake

Glen Lake Sanatorium, Oak Terrace

Millling District and Heart of City

Electric Steel Elevator
Street Scenes

Nicollet Ave., looking South

Art Institute

Art Museum

New Auditorium

New Post Office

Foshay Tower

Hotel Radisson

Lumber Exchange Building [1913]

Rand Tower

Night View of Skyline

Part of Banking District, Fourth Street and First Avenue South [1909]

Home of First & Security National Bank

Plymouth Congregational Church [1913]

Basilica of St. Mary Church [1913]
Water Scenes

Minnehaha Falls

Minnehaha Falls

Mississippi Steamboat Landing at Mouth of Minnehaha Creek

Foot Path and Glen Below Minnehaha Falls

St. Anthony Water Power Co. Dam, Mississippi River

Deephaven Bay, Lake Minnetonka

St. Louis Bay, Lake Minnetonka [pre-1907]

Yacht Club House, Lake Minnetonka [1906]
University of Minnesota

The Campus, University of Minnesota [1909]

Campus, University of Minnesota [1909]

Anatomy Building, University of Minnesota

Football, Minnesota 11 vs. Carlisle 6

Advertising Card for the Puffer-Hubbard Mfg. Co., manufacturers of the Minneapolis Panel Silo [1911]

Advertising Card for Wyman Partridge & Co. [1909]

Advertising Card for Northern Rock Island Plow Co., Showing the Rock Island Plow Co., Rock Island, IL

The McGill-Warner Company, General Printers, Lithographers and Publishers

Washburn "A" Mill

Minneapolis - Saint Paul Metropolitan Airport, Wold Chamberlain Field

Wold Chamberlain Field

The Great White Way, Between Minneapolis and Lake Minnetonka, (Twin Cities Lines)

Great Northern Depot [1919]

Great Northern Station

New Passenger Station of Great Northern Railroad

East Side High School

North High School

Flower Gardens, Loring Park

Artificial Falls, Glenwood Park

Lake Nakomis Park [1937]
Fort Snelling

Old Fort Snelling

Block House, Fort Snelling

Old Block House, Fort Snelling

Fort Snelling-Mendota Bridge

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