Pope County World War I recruits at the Glenwood Depot waiting for transportation to Fort Dodge, Iowa. Pictured are Gustav A. Danielson, (1892-1943); Henry Snetting; John Edward Erickson (1861-1940); Alfred M. Avok (1893-1967); Edward Ellertson (1849-1934); Chester P. Lysen (1894-1948); Herman Karnegresser; Fredrick V. Jensen; Albert Opdahl (1893-1926); Julius A. Billehus (1893-1967); Gerhard T. Johnson; Carl J. Hagstrom; Clarence Hagstrom (1894-1970); Martin L. Holden (1890-1958); Robert A. Lee ( -1918); Robert H. McGowan; Glenn D. Scott (1895-1972); George L. Hedrick (1860-1927); Oscar L. Vantries (1894-1966); John a. Torguson (1888-1976); Ambrose D. Gannon (1883-1941); Henry O. Westrud (1892-1917); Martin Lea (1895-1918); Herbert Stenson; Carl Kjolsberg; Herbert Nordstrom (1892-1924); Magnus Grondahl (1984-1918); Joe Cabal; Eugene Scott; Albin Stromseth (1896-1990); Ole A. Stone (1895-1986); Bertine Brandanger; Carl J. Opheim ( -1919); Richard Johnson ( -1918); Alfred Bjornstad; Carrol C. Roll (1896-1918); Howard C. Hallett (1890-1986).
This photograph shows a horse-drawn sled in St. Peter on South Third Street. The old Fire Station, with its steeple, can be seen near the far left, and the J. M. Peterson blacksmith shop can be seen on the future site of the St. Peter Post Office.
Water tower in downtown New Brighton situated on Fifth Avenue. It was built in 1917 by Chicago Bridge and Ironworks. The water tower and pump house were just to the south of the fire station and served the city until 1970.