A postcard of an Aerial photograph of Halstad, Minnesota. The city was founded in 1883 and the Methodist church was founded in 1889. Written on back; "Miss Alice Schollert 2923 Aldrich Ave. No., Mpls, Minn. Dear Alice, How are you? We got home safely and were glad to get back because we felt so warm and dirty. Have been busy sewing. Made a housedress and four corset covers. Haven't heard a word from Clara since we left her in Mpls. She is terribly negligent about writing. How is my little Frances? Got my school contract today. Do you know where you are going to teach yet? Greet your mama, papa and the girls. Mama and I enjoyed the day spent with you so much. With love, Polly."
Minnesota Annual Conference United Methodist Church
Logging crew are having a meal on the Mississippi River on the downriver side of Anoka-Champlin Bridge. Food was prepared in the wannigan in the background. Dr. Kline's sanitarium is across the river to the right of the bridge.
Image showing a network of railroad tracks and barges used to construct the second docks in Agate Bay. Footings have already been set, completed wooden ore dock can be seen in the background. Ore dock six was the first steel iron ore dock on the great lakes. Built by the Duluth Missabe and Iron Range Railroad.
General view of construction camp. Buildings, starting from left: Engineer's, Foreman's and Clerk's mess house, Foreman's bunkhouse, Laborer's mess house, Laborer's bunkhouse, commissary store, Engineer's office. Note: one photo cut into two pieces.