Société de Temperance de la Paroisse St. Louis, de St. Paul, Minnesota
Constitution and regulations of the Temperance Society of the Parish of Saint Louis King of France in St. Paul, Minnesota, a Roman Catholic French national parish serving French Candadian immigrants. Lists the Society's dues, member expectations, violations, fines, policies, and parliamentary procedures for conducting Society business. University of St. Thomas, Archibishop Ireland Memorial Library call number: HV5298.S3 C5 1875
University of St. Thomas - Archbishop Ireland Memorial Library
First annual report of the State Fish Commissioners of Minnesota made to Governor C.K. Davis. Provides a general overview of national/international fish culture, review of state fish species, summary of distribution of fry (young fish) within the state, and annual expenditures of the commissioners. A diagram estimating acres of water surface of the state is included in the appendix.
A letter from a O. D. Storrs, in Winsted Lake, Minnesota, to an administrator at the Protestant Orphan Asylum. The woman has taken an orphaned boy, Charley, on a "trial" basis and explains in her letter that she has decided to adopt him permanently.
In the photograph starting on the North side and West end is the Loomis House with the picket fence in front; John Wold Store; Tollerson Millinery; saloon; old printing office; J.A. Gieriet; M. Olson; dwelling on the lot of Davis and Mullen.
Bird's-eye view taken from Church Hill of Lanesboro power dam built over the Root River in 1868. It was constructed on a foundation of solid stone and anchored at each side by rock bluffs. Houses and various village buildings are seen on north side of river. Photo taken by unknown photographer and later copied by Bue.