A portion of the business district in Lafayette, Minnesota, is shown in this postcard view of the community that was taken after a severe fire destroyed several businesses in 1908. The people at the center of the bottom of the postcard were on the south side of Main Street.
These St. Peter stores were located on the west side of the 300 block of South Minnesota Avenue. Moving northward along the block, the following stores can be seen, the Schaefer Bros. Drug Store, Paul Haesecke's Clothing Store, Casper Baberich's Dry Goods Store, Max Hoefer's Shoe Store, the Home Bakery, P. W. Satory's Drug Store, Max Schleuder's Jewelry Store, and Philip Dick's Clothing Store.
The building on the southeast corner of the intersection of South Minnesota Avenue and Grace Street in St. Peter contained the Post Office, the Sorenson Millinery Shop, and the I. O. O. F. meeting rooms. The building to the right, south of the corner building, housed the Nicholas Kneip Harness Shop.
The photographer and his tripod-mounted camera can be seen in a reflection of a mirror in this image of a male employee's room at the St. Peter State Hospital. Many pennants from various locations in the United States decorate the room.
The various buildings of the Engesser Brewery in St. Peter between Pine and Jefferson Streets are shown in this image. The horse-drawn carriage in the left foreground was going northward on Front Street.
Mankato, Minnesota, Front Street, looking north, with horse carts, people, and businesses including Mankato Commercial College and Wheelock's. Message to Miss Anna Richel, Jordan, Minnesota, postmarked Mankato.
This double postcard view in St. Peter is centered at the intersection of Fifth and Grace streets. Gorman Park is at left. The buildings along the west side of Fifth street are, from left to right, the first high school, the school built in 1907, and the Methodist Church at Nassau and Fifth.