Biographies of veterans of Company B 1st Minnesota Volunteers, including detailed accounts of their lives before, during and after the Civil War. The record book also contains meeting minutes and details of Last Man's Club banquets.
Birdseye view of the Stillwater Lift Bridge and the Commander Building in Stillwater, Minnesota. The Stillwater Lift Bridge is a vertical-lift bridge crossing the St. Croix River between Stillwater, Minnesota, and Houlton, Wisconsin. It first opened to traffic in 1931.
Office of the Building Official, City of Stillwater, Minnesota
Bond issued for the city of Stillwater related to the excavation of a street and moving of a building by J. G. Foley. John L. Miller was the principal and James G. Foley and Joseph Wolf signed as sureties on the bond issued November 21, 1887 in Stillwater, Minnesota.
Buildings at 114 Chestnut Street East and 116 Chestnut Street East, Stillwater, Minnesota. On the left is the Brunswick House, constructed by William C. Penny, a carpenter by trade, about 1848, the same year in which Stillwater was platted as a town and the year the territorial convention took place. In 1849 the first meeting of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) in Minnesota took place in the upstairs of the house. The Pennys sold the house in 1863 to Julius Brunswick. Brunswick, from Switzerland, worked in the mercantile trade.