Dirt street with businesses, horses and buggy, and people. Sign outside of building says, "Eating House and Saloon." Note on back of photo says, "Cambria--South side Main St. Building on far left was a hotel--which was burned." Second note says,""Doubt this is Cambria. Town not formed until railroad went through in 1880s."
View of Duluth hillside from Superior street approaching third avenue west; Duluth Carriage Works; church behind Carriage Works is original First Methodist third avenue west and second street erected 1870
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections
These boats were towed upstream to the furthest point of the logging operation and then floated downstream as the timber crews worked the logs down the river. This practice kept the bunkhouse and cook shanties close to where the men were working.
Exterior view of Snyder's Book Store in St. Peter. The building was on the northeast corner of the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Nassau Street, facing west. The Post Office was also located there. The numbered people are: 1, Henry Moll; 2, Postmaster James Delaney; 3, Zuriel S. Gault; 4, store owner J. K. Snyder; 5, Jim Murray; 6, Gib Patch; 7, Leon Snyder, son of J. K.
Interior of the Nicholas Neubeiser Meat Market in Belle Plaine. Meat and scale are on the counter. A kerosene lamp is hanging from ceiling. Sausage and ham are hanging from the wall. A calendar is hanging on the back wall. Lizzie Siegfried and Jake Schmitt are standing near the cash register.
M. G. Evenson was one of the founders of St. Peter. His hardware store was located for many years at 202 South Minnesota Avenue. A considerable number of items offered for sale are visible both inside and outside the store in this photograph.
One of the founders of St. Peter, M. G. Evenson, ran this hardware store at 202 South Minnesota Avenue for many years. A large number of items for sale can be seen inside the store and on the sidewalk in front. Notes on the back of the photograph state that Mr. Evanson is one of the men in the photograph, most likely the man in the middle. Others are Mr. Sarnblad, the photographer, and A. F. Evenson.
This 1883 photograph shows a view of Minnesota Avenue looking to the north from a location near its intersection at Mulberry street. Uniformed men are marching south along Minnesota Avenue. This photograph appears to be a companion to E929.
Image taken from bay showing the wooden footings for the first ore dock in Agate Bay. Wooden planks are lined up along the bank, Agate Bay House is the large building in the center of the image. Construction of the ore docks began in 1883.
This winter scene shows businesses on the west side of South Minnesota Avenue in St. Peter, ranging from the 300 block at the left to the 100 block on the right. The Danby Cigar Factory, Schleuder's Jewelry Store, the Nicollet County Bank, and the Nicollet Hotel are among the businesses that can be easily identified.