This black and white aerial photograph is centered over the Bartholomew House at 6901 Lyndale Avenue, which is now the site of the Richfield History Center. The image also shows a large portion of Wood Lake.
This black-and-white aerial photograph, roll 3A, photo number 39, shows a square area of Richfield and the northern portion of Bloomington, Minnesota. The area is approximately bounded by Minnesota Highway 62, 12th Avenue South, West 84th Street, and Penn Avenue.
John Schoell telephone office, Belle Plaine. Two women at switchboard are Annie and Winnie O'Connor. Standing next to them is John Schoell. Behind switchboard is Joe Fidelduy. Man at facing left is unidentified. Walls wallpapered with large boarder. Bank of Belle Plaine calendar hanging on wall. Photograph very fragile.
Duluth's first air-mail service was celebrated with a band and dignitaries. The plane landed in the bay at the Duluth Boat Club on Minnesota Point. The mail was escorted on city streets to the post office.
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections