View is to the northeast from Garroway (4th Avenue South) showing a crowd gathered on the south lawn of the Moorhead High School for a memorial service for assassinated President William McKinley on September 19, 1901. The wall of the High School is covered with black crepe and decorated with two large American flags flanking a draped photo of McKinley. Dignitaries sit on a platform before the crowd. Standing at left is Rev. Gustav Larson of Moorhead's Trinity Lutheran Church reading a passage from the Bible.
View is to the southwest from the north side of Main Avenue just east of 6th Street South. The recently completed Moorhead Post Office and Federal Building stands on the corner across the intersection.
This is a 1937 view of the Nicollet County Courthouse in St. Peter. The cars at the far right were parked on Minnesota Avenue, slightly south of Mulberry Street. Gov. John A. Johnson's statue can be seen to the north of the courthouse. This postcard negative, marked 3702, has been converted into a digital positive image.
This image shows the north side and west front of the Nicollet County Courthouse. The County Jail is in the background at right. The Courthouse is at 501 South Minnesota Avenue. This postcard negative, marked 429, has been converted to a digital positive image.
This image shows a view of the Nicollet County Courthouse in St. Peter in 1958. At far right is a portion of the County Jail. A portion of the business district is visible at left. This postcard negative, marked 518, has been converted to a digital positive image.
Exterior of Morningside Community Library, 3903 Sunnyside Avenue in Edina, with display of books showing in front window. Library was open at this location from 1937 to 1976. Next door is the Westgate Theatre.
Exterior of Hennepin County Library system's St. Anthony Library, in the St. Anthony Shopping Center, showing front and side of building with book racks visible in window and telephone booth next to building.
Exterior of Hennepin County Library system's St. Anthony Library, in the St. Anthony Shopping Center, showing front and of building with book racks visible in window and telephone booth next to building.