Constructing the bridge over the lagoon between Bde Maka Ska and Lake of the Isles in the spring of 1911 Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bde Maka Ska is Dakota for "White Earth Lake," and was previously known as "Lake Calhoun."
Men return home after a day building the football field and stands in Memorial Park. About $2.5 million in federal funds employed miners through the WPA (Works Progress Administration), CWA (Civil Works Admin.) and NYA (National Youth Admin.) The baseball diamond and stands in the upper right are complete. Some original houses remain inside the sports complex along the road.