United States Army Corps of Engineers, 25th Regiment, Company A
Directory of members and history of the 25th Engineers Regiment, A company of the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I. The roster includes a listing of officers and enlisted men by state with their addresses.
Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
Sister Antonia McHugh had experience at three educational levels: elementary, secondary, and college. She was among the first faculty appointed to Derham Hall / College of St. Catherine in 1905. From 1914-1917 she served as the first dean of the college; from 1917-1937 she served as the first president of the college. Her work brought national and international recognition of the scholastic curriculum and faculty at the college.
Eighteen young Boy Scouts pose in winter clothes near 535 Forest Street on the east side of St. Paul. Among the Scouts are Fred Sipf, Wayne Sipf, Al Nelson, Jerry Eggert, Louis Sipf, and Ernie Stenlund. The group may also include US Supreme Court justices Harry Blackmun and/or Warren Burger.
North Star Museum of Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting
This booklet describes the steel and wire-making process at the Minnesota Steel Plant in Morgan Park in the 1920s. Topics include raw material for wire making, the galvanizing department, the barb wire and woven fence department, the wire nail department, and the steel plant. The booklet includes photographs of Morgan Park homes, the Lake View Store in Morgan Park, and one of the community's infant playgrounds. A small map of Morgan Park shows locations of steel plant offices, the school, churches, the hospital, and community garages.