There are 15 black and white aerial photographs of the City of Saint Paul. On the inside front cover of the atlas there is a street map of the City of Saint Paul. This map is divided into 15 sections. Each section corresponds to a numbered map.On the inside back cover is an index that gives the population of Saint Paul for the year 1920. An explanation is provided that describes the geographic division of streets for the City of Saint Paul.
A Bryant elementary third grade classroom of boys and girls with their teacher. The children are seated at their desks, the unidentified woman teacher is standing at the rear of the room. Blinds are drawn, but sunlight is peeking in below the one near the teacher. The classroom is full of interesting items, but the drawing of the Aerial Bridge on the large blackboard is delightful. The day's schedule is on the back corner blackboard. Drawing is a twenty-minute slot after lunch and before geography. Jane, Rose, Edith, Grace and Irene are named Busy Workers and have stars by their names on the blackboard.
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections
A.E. Evans, Macalester College Class of 1897, standing holding a guitar in his room. Contributed by Richard Uriah Jones, Macalester College Class of 1901, and Macalester Head of Chemistry Department 1903-1941, and Dean of the College, 1917-1936.
Advertisement for the Minnesota State Institution for the Education of the Deaf & Dumb, and the Blind. A picture of Mott Hall is shown. Two printed slogans read: "An education and a trade free!" and "From dependence to self-support!" A reproduction of the American fingerspelled alphabet is also printed under the title "Alphabet of the deaf and dumb."
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf Alumni Association Museum