View along North Minnesota Avenue in St. Peter near the intersection with Skaro Street. The houses are on the east side of the avenue. The barrier at the left marks the beginning of the boulevard that used to divide the avenue. The boulevard's elm trees were planted in 1899. They were removed about 1960 when highway 169 was widened.
This colorized postcard shows a view of St. Peter from a location east of the city. Identified structures include the Courthouse, the Power House, the St. Peter Roller Mills, buildings at Gustavus Adolphus College, and the city stand pipe.
This postcard view of St. Peter was taken from a location on the western edge of the city. Smoke can be seen from the Engesser brewery in the distance at center. The spire of the First Lutheran church at Fourth and Elm is slightly to the right of the smoke.
This postcard shows a view of portions of the St. Peter business district from a location east of the city. The St. Peter Roller Mills are visible in the center of the photo. The spire of the courthouse is at far left. Other buildings shown include the Power House, Old Main, and the Nicollet Hotel.
This photo shows a view of St. Peter from a location east of the city. The image was used to create postcard E7821. Identified structures include the courthouse, Old Main, the city water standpipe, the Power House, the St. Peter Roller Mills, and the high school.
This postcard shows a view to the north along Third street in St. Peter from a location near its intersection with College Avenue. The Union Presbyterian church is at left. The spire of the Church of the Immaculate Conception is visible right of center. A streetlight hanging above Third street is also visible at center.
This view of St. Peter looks to the east and south from a location near Gustavus Adolphus College. Smoke can be seen rising from the Engesser brewery, and the spire of the First Lutheran Church can be seen to the right of the smoke.