Collage of Excelsior scenes includes photos of Joslin Brothers Hardware Store, Main Street looking south, High School, Catholic Mission House, Business section, Trinity Chapel, Sampson House, and the Lake Minnetonka Casino, postmarked 1912.
Hotel La Paul advertises: We eat here, rates $2.00 per day. This hotel was on Lake Street in Excelsior, north of the White House. The writer comments that this is a most beautiful resort for all the middle west, cool and delightful weather, dated and postmarked 1906.
The interior view of this lovely porch, The Lattice Room, shows the white furniture and flowering vines, color added. Printed message states that this Inn, 17 miles west of Minneapolis, is owned and operated by Hotel Radisson Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This interview view of the Excelsior Amusement Park convention and picnic auditorium shows the curved roof of the room and a gathering, some people seated at benches and some at picnic tables. The printed message describes the park as ""the family playground that's clean and wholesome. Ideal for church and school picnics.""