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    • Twin City Trolley Trips  1906, Minnesota

    • 1906
    • Large fold-out brochure promoting tours of the Twin Cities via the streetcar company's streetcars and boats, with photos, drawings, maps and text.
    • Minnesota Streetcar Museum
    • Minnesota Highways, August 1966

    • 1966-08
    • This issue covers the State Fair, highway beautification efforts, and department news. Minnesota Highways was the official employee newsletter of the Minnesota Department of Highways (1951-1976).
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mn/DOT Library
    • Minnesota Highways, September 1970

    • 1970-09
    • This issue covers the dedication of a section of Interstate 35, the proclamation of Highway Week in Minnesota, and activities and displays at the State Fair. Minnesota Highways was the official employee newsletter of the Minnesota Department of...
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mn/DOT Library
    • Rose Drive-In Theater, Roseville, Minnesota

    • 1945 - 1955
    • View of the newly-constructed concession stand (?) and projection booth (?) of the Rose Drive-In Theater, Roseville, Minnesota. Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Rose Drive-In Theater, Roseville, Minnesota

    • 1945 - 1955
    • View of a car pulled up to a speaker stand at the newly-constructed Rose Drive-In Theater, Roseville, Minnesota. Liebenberg and Kaplan, Architects (1919-1969), were noted for designing more than 200 motion picture theatres in the Upper Midwest,...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • Planting trees at Villa Sancta Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1911-04-21
    • Planting trees at the newly-constructed Villa Sancta Scholastica in 1911. Soon after the completion of the first section of their building on the Kenwood site, the sisters brought in and transplanted fully grown trees for the front of the building.
    • St. Scholastica Monastery

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