Three baggage carts loaded with kegs and cases of beer stand on the Northern Pacific Railway's freight depot platform destined for Moorhead saloons. More beer stands stacked on the platform. A team of horses stands in the foreground at right. Bbeyond can be seen a Northern Pacific Railway locomotive, coal tender and baggage car.
This is a view of the west end of the Broadway Bridge over the Minnesota River at St. Peter, along Highway 99. The bridge was completed about 1930. This postcard negative, marked 3709, has been converted to a digital positive image.
Following a fatal automobile accident at the Milwaukee Railroad crossing in Peterson, company officials engaged Mr. Bue to take photographs of this scene facing west on Mill Street toward Haslerud Bluff. Stone building at right is Quickstad's Wagon Shop. The barn at left was owned by the Frickson family. The house at left was the home and photo studio of C. R. Moen. The house at right was the Stedge family dwelling.
Following a fatal automobile accident at the Milwaukee Railroad crossing in Peterson, company officials engaged Mr. Bue to take photographs of this scene facing north where the train killed a Woxland boy. The dark, large building at left was the Ensberg French Burr Mill factory. The house next door was the home of Ole Olness. The barn in front of Solberg Bluff was built in 1855 by P. P. Haslerud, founder of Peterson.