A photograph of the Modern Woodsmen of America, the Grasston Group in 1910. Left to right is: Chief Nels Sjodin, C.T Carlson, and Pete Rotterson, all of Grasston, Minnesota. The Modern Woodman of American is a fraternal benefit society.
A photograph taken at the Grandstand at the Kanabec County Fair in Mora Minnesota. James J. Hill, president of the Great Northern Railway is standing on the platform in the center of the picture and is surrounded by several people standing on the ground.
A photograph of unidentified children in winged costumes, with "Grasston 'Kids'" and "1924" written at the top. On the back of the photo, there is a message to take the kids' picture, and handwritting that states that "sever of these people on the picture still live in this area."
A matted photograph of a "Warman" parade float, featuring unidentified woman and other various children wearing winter coats and hats, seated on a white vehicular parade float, with a large bell above them and an American flag at the front.
A photograph of the Sophomores from 1925-1926. Going Left to right starting in the back row: James Donovan, Frank Jurnacliff, Gillbert Dixon, George Long, Earl Blake, Linnea Zettberg, Clarence Olson, Mildred (Swan) Billstrom, Jone Bergren. 3rd Row: Marvin Ratherb, Walton Regan, Vernon Sellstedl, Lyle Richards, Leonard Norberg, Frank Elliott, Elanor Eck, Lois Lamp, Evelyn Hladebo. 2nd Row: Esther Olson, Alice Berulson, Violet Haugen, Edna Erickson, Mauren McCarthy, Mildred Abrams, Agnes Berg, Grace Marcy, Alice Montgomery, Anna Wilkens. Bottom Row: Myrtle Zetterberg, Violet Conger, Evelyn Eklund, Ethel Seiving, Mildred Gentle, Opal Russel, Mildred Peterson, Mildred Carlson, Gayle Grahek, and Miss West - Class Advisor.