Landscape view; address given for photographer is 119 Washington Avenue North, Minneapolis; building is not identified but may be Eastman Flats; Eastman Flats were constructed starting in 1877 on Nicollet Island; verso of card is advertising for a number of Minneapolis businesses; card gift of Stuart Dudley Diamond.
Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
This photo shows Edith Sackett and Mother Sackett in St. Peter. The Nicollet County Bank building at far left is on the northwest corner of the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Nassau street. The St. Peter Tribune newspaper office, S. O. Strand's millinery shop, and the I. O. O. F. meeting site are shown.
View of the flooded Minnesota River at St. Peter in 1881. Various buildings, including a grain elevator can be seen in the distance. A portion of the wooden bridge over the Minnesota River at Broadway is visible at far right.
Annual reports of the Minnesota State Fish Commission made to Governor John S. Pillsbury. Includes general overview of fisheries program, distribution of fish stocked in the state, and annual expenditures.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry
Map of Grand Marais Harbor dated September 1883 shows breakwater, dredged area and soundings reduced to low water. The harbor's western point is named Howenstine's Point and the eastern point is named Mayhew's Point both after Grand Marais settlers. Structures, post office, docks, fish house and stables are identified along the harbor.