This photograph shows a view of the Gorman building in St. Peter that was located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Mulberry street. It was replaced early in the twentieth century by a Carnegie library. To the north, at left, is the Cunningham Hotel.
Exterior view of the hardware store that was owned by M. G. Evenson in St. Peter. It was located next to Laubach's grocery store, which was on the southwest corner of the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Park Row.
Exterior view of the Northwestern Hotel in St. Peter that was located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Front street and Park Row. In November of 1887, a fire in the hotel's stable destroyed the hotel and many other buildings.
Exterior view of the Randall and Noble store in St. Peter which was located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Nassau street. The store sold groceries and crockeryware.
Exterior view of the saloon owned by Herman Sporing in St. Peter. It was located on the east side of the 200 block of South Minnesota Avenue near the north end of the block. Sporing is standing in front of the building.
This photograph shows a store in St. Peter that sold picture frames and Howe sewing machines. It was located slightly north of the Nicollet Hotel, which was located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Park Row.
This photograph shows a tinsmith shop in St. Peter that was located on the west side of the 300 block of South Minnesota Avenue. Owner C. R. Woods sold stoves and tinware. Charles Feldman, C. R. Woods, and Harry Woods are in front of the shop.
Building made of wood, gable front with shutters and large front windows. Wood picket fence, beer sign. Nick Walerious is the proprietor. 19 people are in front of building and two women are in upper story windows; they are family members of the proprietor. Border Collie type dog stands at a mans side.
Five men are posed on the front porch of the E. D. Buck Store in High Forest, Minnesota. The men are, left to right: Charles Armstrong, Harry Johnson, Vet Johnson, E. D. Buck, V. C. Dickey. After serving in the civil War, E. D. Buck retired to High forest and engaged in the mercantile business.