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    • Fake streetcar in Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1910?
    • Back when having streetcars was the sign of a progressive town, towns without them were embarrassed. It was not uncommon to insert a fake streetcar into a street scene. In this case, the car is really from the Twin Cities.
    • Minnesota Streetcar Museum
    • Goheen Hall, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota

    • 1911
    • Postcard depicting Hamline University's Ladies Hall (later known as Goheen Hall) with accompanying poem. Reverse is a receipt for a pledge to a Hamline University scholarship fund from Pearl J. Catlin of Albert Lea, Minnesota. Published by...
    • Hamline University
    • Minnesota Dairyman, Volume VI, Number 11, January 1912

    • 1912-01-01
    • Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. VI, No. 11, January 1912. Cover features a photograph of the gilt-edge cooperative creamery at Owatonna, Minnesota. Cover story: The Albert Lea Convention [Minnesota State Butter and Cheesemakers' Association].
    • Northfield Historical Society
    • St. James Fire Band, St. James, Minnesota

    • 1913-09-01 - 1913-09-06
    • View of St. James Fire Band at the Minnesota State Fair. Front Row: J. Elmer Setrum, Pete Larson, Bill Steinback. Top Row: Frank Wermers Kershen, unknown. 2nd Row: Roy Steele; Phil. Third row: Lea Meyer Wermers; Dr. Earl Bratrude Engelman.
    • Watonwan County Historical Center
    • Consolidated School Buses, Okabena, Minnesota

    • 1916
    • Consolidated school buses pictured in in front of the Okabena school house. The buses featured a coal stove for warmth in winter and windows to cool in summer. Each bus had the capacity of 12-18 students. Horse-drawn buses ran until about 1930...
    • Jackson County Historical Society
    • World War I recruits at the Glenwood, Minnesota, Depot

    • 1917
    • Pope County World War I recruits at the Glenwood Depot waiting for transportation to Fort Dodge, Iowa. Pictured are Gustav A. Danielson, (1892-1943); Henry Snetting; John Edward Erickson (1861-1940); Alfred M. Avok (1893-1967); Edward Ellertson...
    • Pope County Historical Society
    • Methodist Episcopal Church,  Triumph, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • A postcard showing the exterior of Triumph Methodist Episcopal Church. Originally a Congregational Church, Triumph Methodist Episcopal Church was dedicated in 1893.The church was moved from its country site in Elm Creek township to Monterey in...
    • Minnesota Annual Conference United Methodist Church
    • Trail registration for the Jefferson Highway, Minnesota

    • 1917-09-10
    • Official highway trail registration form 116, recording and approving the highway trail that started from "So. line of Freeborn Co. on St Road # 7, and thence via N. + Nwly (Northwesterly) thru cities and villages as noted below and terminating at...
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mn/DOT Library
    • Trail registration for the Woodrow Wilson Way, Minnesota

    • 1919-07-08
    • Official highway trail registration form 116, recording and approving the highway trail that started from Ely to Grand Rapids by Trunk line #35 to Wabasha, by #8 to Minneapolis, by # 5 to Shakopee, by #12 to Jordan, by #5 to Albert Lea, by 313 to...
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mn/DOT Library
    • Faust Theater slide show, New Richland, Minnesota

    • 1914 - 1944
    • This set of slides was used in the Faust Theater in New Richland, Minnesota, as part of the entertainment from 1914 through the 1940s. The slide show includes images of local businesses, children, and advertising, as well as national advertising....
    • New Richland Area Historical Society
    • Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1942
    • View of the box office and lobby of the Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Photo taken in 1942? Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the Upper Midwest, many of the...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1942
    • View of the lobby of the Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Photo taken in 1942? Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the Upper Midwest, many of the early ones...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1942
    • View of the interior hall of the Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the Upper Midwest, many of the early ones featuring an art...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1942
    • View of the auditorium of the Broadway Theater from the balcony, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the Upper Midwest, many of the early ones...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1942
    • View of the auditorium of the Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the Upper Midwest, many of the early ones featuring an art deco...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Broadway Theater, Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1942
    • View of the auditorium of the Broadway Theater from the stage, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the Upper Midwest, many of the early ones...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Community Seder held in the Gendler home, Albert Lea, Minnesota

    • 1949
    • Saul Upin is standing, reading from the Haggadah, the text for the Seder observance. The Albert Lea Jewish community was relatively small. The 1930 American Jewish Yearbook census put the population at 29 people, which was undoubtedly its peak.
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
    • Minnesota Highways, January 1972

    • 1972-01
    • This issue covers the opening of the Hennepin-Lyndale tunnel, award winners, and Interstate openings. Minnesota Highways was the official employee newsletter of the Minnesota Department of Highways (1951-1976).
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mn/DOT Library

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