Abraham "Dutch" Kastenbaum was a trained social worker and established the first senior center in Minneapolis. He headed the United Way's Division of Aging, and hosted a poplar cable television show, Senior Citizens Forum, for twenty five years.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
Maps showing general Quaternary age surface geology of Minnesota and distribution of uranium, thorium and potassium-40 in surface sediments, scale 1:3,168,000. Electronic file available at: ftp://mgsftp2.mngs.umn.edu/map_catalog/pdf/umn22480.pdf
Familiar Leif Erikson Park began as Lakeshore or Lake Shore Park. The stone towers and the stage between them are under construction. F. Rodney Paine was the Duluth Park Superintendent beginning in 1926. He had a master's degree in forestry from Yale University. He was the son of Emilie Macklot Sargent Paine and Frederic William Paine. He took hundreds of snapshots documenting improvements and maintenance in the parks.
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections
Aerial photograph of Lake Minnetonka created from 134 separate photographs. Names are added for towns and villages, lakes and bays, points and islands, and water depths are marked. Area included stretches east to Glen Lake, south to Lake Minnewashta and Lake Zumbra, west to King's Point, and north to Stubbs Bay. Scale indicates distance in feet and miles, dated 1949.
This 1965 aerial image shows the flooded Minnesota River at St. Peter and large portions of the city's business district. The white spire of the Nicollet County Courthouse can be seen near the bottom, to the right of the center of the photograph. The Broadway bridge is at the center of the far left portion of the image. The railroad tracks beyond the bridge serve the Peavey Grain Company's elevator and the St. Peter railroad depot.
This 1965 aerial image shows the flooded Minnesota River at St. Peter and large portions of the city's business district. The white spire of the Nicollet County Courthouse can be seen in the center of the far right portion of the photograph. Visible streets include Broadway at the far left and Mulberry at the far right.
Highway 22 is under several feet of water from the flooded Minnesota River in this aerial view taken near St. Peter in 1965. The old bridge across the river can be seen to the right of the center of the image. Highway 169 is along the bottom edge.
This aerial view shows portions of the flooded Minnesota River near St. Peter. The bridge over the river on Highway 22 can be seen along the bottom of this 1965 image. Vehicles can be seen on Highway 169 near the top.
Aerial photograph of Lake Minnetonka with names added for towns and villages, lakes and bays, points and islands. Scale is 1" equals 4.65 miles. Advertisement for Harry Smith, Burnett Realty, contains his photo and contact information, date of photography April 1989.
This 1965 aerial image shows the flooded Minnesota River at St. Peter. The Peavey Grain Company's elevator is at the right, above the railroad track. The St. Peter Feed Mill and the St. Peter Creamery are on high ground along the river to the left of the Broadway bridge.
This aerial view shows the business district of St. Peter and the flooded Minnesota River in 1965. The Broadway bridge is at the right, and the Nicollet County Courthouse can be seen below and slightly to the left of the bridge. The view extends from Front Street to Fourth Street, and from Locust Street to the northern end of the city.
The Peavey Grain Company's elevator is the tallest structure visible in this image that shows flooded buildings and property in the Minnesota River Valley east of St. Peter in 1965. Highway 99 crosses the image, running diagonally above the elevator and below the St. Peter railroad depot, which is to the right and slightly below the row of five grain bins.
The St. Peter railroad depot at the far left is surrounded by flood water from the Minnesota River in this 1965 image. The photograph extends from the Peavey Grain Company's elevator at the bottom left of the photograph southwestward to the mill pond near the top center.
Large portions of the City of St. Peter and the flooded Minnesota River Valley to the east can be seen in this aerial view that was taken in 1965. The Broadway bridge can be seen slightly to the left of the center of the image.
This aerial view shows the City of St. Peter and the flooded Minnesota River Valley to the east in 1965. The Broadway bridge is near the center of the photograph, and Minnesota Avenue runs diagonally upward across the image, beginning near the lower left corner.
South Minnesota Avenue in St. Peter extends diagonally upward from a point slightly above the lower left corner of this aerial view and runs across the width of the image. The side streets are, from left to right, Nassau, Park Row, and Broadway. The Nicollet County Bank, the Nicollet Hotel, and the Johnson & Company building are among the visible businesses.