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    • Standard Atlas of Cottonwood County Minnesota, 1909

    • 1909
    • Hardcover book containing maps of the villages, cities and townships of Cottonwood County; map of Minnesota, United States and World; Patrons Directory; Illustrations of local people and places; Reference Business Directory; Analysis of the System...
    • Cottonwood County Historical Society
    • Grand celebration at the Quevli's Store, Windom, Minnesota

    • 1904-06-20
    • Store front of the Quevli's Store with a poster in the window that reads "Grand Celebration" for the upcoming three day event on June 20-22. Passing by on the street is Dr. Moen in his new automobile, one of the first in the city.
    • Cottonwood County Historical Society
    • Lakefield Tile and Drainage Company, Lakefield, Minnesota

    • 1911
    • Exterior view of the Lakefield Tile and Drainage Company, taken in 1911. People involved in it were John Grein, Nels Quevli, John Frederickson. Operated from 1908-1912, before being sold to William Moore in 1914. Located north of the Mill Road,...
    • Jackson County Historical Society
    • Nels Quevli Farm, Lakefield, Minnesota

    • 1909-03-25
    • Postcard illustrating Nels Quevli and the Quevli Farm of "2243 acres, 10 sets of buildings located 10 miles north of the Iowa state line. Where corn is king." Signed by Nels Quevli and dated 1909.
    • Jackson County Historical Society
    • Roll of Attorneys, Supreme Court, State of Minnesota, 1858-1970

    • 1858 - 1970
    • Signatures of attorneys registered to practice law in the State of Minnesota. Names were verified and biographical data obtained from Minnesota Biographies (MHS 1912), Legislators Past and Present (website), State Board of Law Examiners register...
    • Minnesota State Law Library
    • Val Quevli Store and Home in Bingham Lake, Minnesota

    • 1920
    • Exterior of the Val Quevli Store and home in Bingham Lake. Two story building with milk cans lined on the left of the doorway. The store was in operation from 1920-1965.
    • Cottonwood County Historical Society

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