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Description: Mike Cotch standing holding a provoloni with other shapes of provolone cheese including salomini, salame, and madget hanging from the ceiling at the Burnet...
Date: 1978 ca.
Description: David Obey (2nd from right) and Harvey Dueholm (left) visit O'Mally's Manufacturing.
Date: 1927 ca.
Description: Three men and two women sit on top of a mound near Trade Lake.
Description: St. Croix Ojibwa Chief Ma-Ko-day (Chief Peter Bearheart) and his wife, grandson, and another unidentified person in front of their birch hut located in the...
Description: Unidentified man and Orrin Olson (b. 1911?), singers of Swedish songs who recorded for Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas and Dr. Charles O. Lindberg, a Swedish singer.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Three men and four children stand on top of a mound near Round Lake.
Description: Ruth Olson (Mrs. Alf Olson) and Alice Carlson (Mrs. Gideon Carlson), singers of Swedish songs recorded by Helene Stratman-Thomas. Ruth and Alice were siste...
Date: 1895-09-28 ca.
Description: Five-acre cabbage field of Martin Anderson near Grantsburg, with several frame houses in the background. Mr. Anderson holds a prize-winning head of cabbage...
Description: The man on the left is Dr. Charles O. Lindberg, a physician and singer of Swedish songs, who recorded for Helene Stratman-Thomas. The man on the right is A...
Description: A man sits on top of a mound near Trade Lake.
Description: Elevated view of wagons filled with potatoes parked near a starch factory. In 1895, 125,000 bushels of potatoes were converted into starch. Railroad tracks...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Saint Croix Ojibwa man, bare-chested, wearing a feather war bonnet.
Description: Saloon interior of two bartenders standing behind the bar. On the bar is a variety of glassware and bottles. On the wall behind the bar are three large mir...
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