A crowd of men and children gather on the corner of main street in front of the First National Bank of Lanesboro to admire a group of calves being held in pens. Awning above the hardware store is visible at left. In the upper level of the bank building a sign for the office of Dr. Andreas Pederson Lommen, Lanesboro physician is seen in the window.
A group of area farmers displaying livestock on the west end of Coffee Street at Universal Mills in Lanesboro on a winter's day. Visible in the background are the wood frame buildings of the businesses: Redalen Fur House and Skaar Brothers Horse Shoeing and General Repairing.
The Alfalfa Arch was constructed across Atlantic Avenue in honor of the Corn and Alfalfa Exposition held in Morris on December 10-12, 1913. The Expo was dedicated to the promotion of corn and alfalfa growing as well as the general virtues of diversified farming.