Served in the Minnesota Legislature: Senate 1991-2008 (District 25). For biographical information, see the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library database at: http://www.leg.mn/legdb/fulldetail.asp?ID=10460
Served in the Minnesota Legislature: House 1959-1962 (District 18); House 1963-1966 (District 7). For biographical information, see the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library database at: http://www.leg.mn/legdb/fulldetail.asp?ID=12229
The authors gave an early account in the beginning of arts group in Northfield community. Starting in 1959, many local residents contributed their effort to organize events, including art fair, membership drive, classes in art studio, dance, drama, pottery class, etc. People who have involved in early years were Stuart Hunter, Mary Lou Street, Erling Larson, Ted Scott, Betty Woodruff, Gene Fox, Ed. Basquin, and Marilyn Carver.
Portrait of Hiram Scriver, the first mayor of Northfield in 1876. He built the first stone structure in Northfield, the Scriver Building, which today houses the Northfield Historical Society. Today the Scriver Building is the oldest stone building in Northfield. In addition, Scriver ran the first dry goods store in Northfield.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. VI, No. 7, September 1911. Cover features a generic photograph of cows grazing. Cover story: Cow Testing Again, Prof. Haecker Talks Very Plain on the Matter of 'Fatty Tests,' Warning Breeders to Go Slow.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. VI, No. 8, October 1911. Cover features a photograph of Lady Oak Fobes DeKol, owned by W. F. Schilling, Northfield. Cover story: Minnesota - The Bread and Butter State, by William E. Curtis.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. VI, No. 1, March 1911. Cover features a generic photograph of cattle grazing. Cover story: Relation of Dairying to Soil Fertility, Address of Supt. A. D. Wilson At the State Dairymen's Convention Held at Litchfield.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. VI, Nos. 9-10, November-December 1911. Cover features a photograph of a Guernsey bull, Robiana's Standard, a leading sire of advanced registry daughters, owned at the Jean du Luth Farm, Duluth, Minn. Cover story: The Crookston Meeting, Eighth Annual Convention of the Red River Valley Dairyman's Association.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. IV, No. 9, November 1909. Cover features a photograph of a few dairy cattle at the McLeod County Fair, 1909. Cover story: Dairy Suggestions from European Conditions, Extracts from University of Illinois Ag. Ex. Sta. Oct. Bulletin, No. 140. By Wilbur J. Frazer, Chief, and R. E. Brand, Ass't in Dairy Husbandry.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. IV, No. 11, January 1910. Cover features a photograph of the dairy farm of E. C. Schroeder of Clay County, Minnesota. Cover story: Back to the Land: The One Source of the Nation's Prosperity, The Farmer, Who Feeds Them All, A Mighty Influence in the U.S.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. III, No. 1, March 1908. A continuation of Heatwole's Dairy Paper. Cover features a photograph of the new brick creamery at Barron, Wis. Cover story: Minn. Wins Banner, State Scores 95.9 in Free-For-All Contest, Was a Large Meeting.
Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. III, No. 5, July 1908. Cover features an illustration of Colantha Johanna Lad No. 32481, the best bull in the world, owned by D. W. Field of Montello, Massachusetts. Cover story: Among Eastern Breeders, Good Work of Men Who Make Black and White Breed Famous.
Envelope addressed to Ole B. Berg at Camp Upton, New York. He was transferred to American Expeditionary Force, Postmaster New York; a two page letter, in Norwegian, from father, John O. Berg, Northfield, Minnesota; and three page letter, in Norwegian, from mother, Mrs. John O. Berg.
Heatwole's Dairy Paper, Vol. I, No. 9, November 1906. Cover features Alcartara Polkadot, a Holstein-Friesian cow sold October 26 in Chicago for $1,350. Cover story: ""Wonderful Machine, The Cow Milking Device is Proving All That is Claimed for It.""
Heatwole's Dairy Paper, Vol. 1, No. 3, May 1906. Cover features a portrait of Chas. W. Wood, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Cover story: ""Purity of Standard: A Massachusetts Attorney Hits the Nail Squarely on the Head,"" address delivered by Wood to the Worcester County Harvest Club.
Heatwole's Dairy Paper, Vol. I, No. 4, June 1906. Cover features a photograph of William F. Schilling holding a milk pail and a milking stool: ""Editor of Heatwole's Dairy Paper, The only editor of a dairy paper in America who practices what he preaches."" Cover story: Holstein-Friesian Cattle, A Brief History of the Breed and Individual Records.
Heatwole's Dairy Paper, Vol. I, No. 11, January 1907. Cover features Dr. M.B. Wood of Mankato, Minn., a friend of the Guernseys. Cover story: ""Quality and Quantity, Address of Hon. E.K. Slater at Agricultural Gathering in Minneapolis""
Heatwole's Dairy Paper, Vol. II, No. 8, October 1907. Cover features a photograph of the first prize Dutch Belted Cow at the National Dairy Show. Cover story: The Dairy Paper, Its Value to the Dairyman and the Average Farmer, address by N. P. Hull to Michigan State Dairyman's Association.
Heatwole's Dairy Paper, Vol. II, No. 10, December 1907. Cover features the program for the Minnesota State Dairymen's Association 30th Annual Convention at Northfield, Minnesota January 21-23, 1908. Cover story: A Great Dairy State, Four Hundred Million Dollars Spent Annually for Nation's Butter, How Minnesota Stands, by W. W. Wall.
Collage of studio portraits from Minnesota Company A, Seventh Regiment, Volunteer Infantry, 1862, including 52 oval portraits of Civil War soldiers, some in uniform and some in later years. An eagle, flag, and banners appear at the top.