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    • County officers, Roseau County, Minnesota

    • 1899 - 1903
    • Studio portrait of the Roseau County Officers taken at the Holm Studio. The group included Mike Holm who served as the Minnesota Secretary of State for 30 years. John Spencer later played in Philip Sousa's Band.
    • Roseau County Historical Society
    • County officers, Roseau County, Minnesota

    • 1900
    • Studio portrait of the Roseau County Officers of 1900. First Row: George E. Davis, County Commissioner, G.M. Stebbins, County Attorney, Ole E. Oie, Register of Deeds. Second Row: L. P. Dahlquist, County Superintendent of Schools, Mike Johnson,...
    • Roseau County Historical Society
    • County officers, Roseau County, Minnesota

    • 1897 - 1898
    • Studio portrait of the 1897-1898 Roseau County Officers. Back Row: A.O Skagen County Commissioner, Hans Erickson Chairman of County Commissioners, Jacob Johnson County Commissioner, T.E. Haug, County Commissioner, Middle Row: O.B. Ekman Judge of...
    • Roseau County Historical Society
    • County officers, Roseau County, Minnesota

    • 1897 - 1898
    • Studio portrait of the Roseau County Officials of 1897-1898. Back Row: A. O. Skagen, Hans Erickson, Cob Johnson, Lars Haglund, T. E. Haug. Middle Row: O. B. Erman, Iver Torfin, A. Waag, A. Lokken, J. W. Durham. Front row: R. J. Bell, L.P. Dahlquist.
    • Roseau County Historical Society
    • County officers, Roseau County, Minnesota

    • 1899
    • Studio portrait of the 1899 Roseau County Officers taken at the Holm studio in downtown Roseau. Names are listed from back row to front row: R. Medicraft, G. H. Mattson, S. G. Bertilrud, Atlantus Austin, Dr. F. L. Norin, J. C. Strom. Second row:...
    • Roseau County Historical Society
    • First Pope County Broadcasters for the Soo Line Band, Glenwood, Minnesota

    • 1925
    • First Pope County Broadcasters for the Soo Line in 1925. Band members include: Standing, left to right: a Soo Line Official; Josephine Landing (1888-1928); Regina Klug; George Cheeseman (1882-1937); Inez Williams; Frank Monroe; Thomas C. Loftus...
    • Pope County Historical Society
    • Atlas and Farmers' Directory of Winona County, Minnesota

    • 1914
    • Atlas and farmers' directory of Winona County, Minnesota, containing plats of all townships with owners names; also maps of the state and the United States, with an outline map of the county showing the location of townships, villages, roads,...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, John R. Borchert Map Library
    • The Student, Volume 2, Issue 7, April 1890

    • 1890-04
    • The Student was a monthly magazine published by the students at the Mankato State Normal School from 1888-1891. It was published during the school year and included: summaries of school activities (sports, clubs, classes, etc.), poetry and...
    • University Archives, Memorial Library, Minnesota State University, Mankato
    • The Bear Facts, April 1937

    • 1937-04
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Dayton's Bluff Station in St. Paul, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • The Bear Facts, May 1937

    • 1937-05
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Dayton's Bluff Station in St. Paul, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Tres Lacs, February 28, 1941

    • 1941-02-28
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Rochert, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • The Bear Facts, August 1936

    • 1936-08
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Dayton's Bluff Station in St. Paul, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • The Bear Facts, October 1936

    • 1936-10
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Dayton's Bluff Station in St. Paul, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • The Bear Facts, November 1936

    • 1936-11
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Dayton's Bluff Station in St. Paul, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society

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