A wintry view of a southbound Oak-Harriet streetcar 1238 at the Lake Harriet station at 42nd Street and Queen Avenue. This section of the streetcar line has been preserved by the Minnesota Streecar Museum.
Abandoned brick house located at the site of the Yellow Medicine Agency. The Yellow Medicine Agency was destroyed during the Dakota Conflict of 1852, and the site is now part of Upper Sioux Agency State Park in Minnesota. This image is by Arthur Adams, Minneapolis high school teacher, local historian, and photographer. Adams traveled throughout Minnesota, taking photographs to augment his lectures. His studio was located at 3648 Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis.
Abe Orbuch was born in a small town in Poland near the Russian border. He fled Poland at 21 to avoid conscription into the Russian military, settling in St. Paul. He bought a Model-T Ford and traveled to small towns outside of St. Paul where he sold fruit. He formed friendships with many in the Polish community in Foley and commuted to a poultry business he owned there for over forty years. He bought chickens, eggs and veal from Foley farmers and sold them sugar, flour and twine.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
1961 taconite tax bill, declaring the policy of the State with respect to the taxation of taconite and semi-taconite, and facilities for the mining and beneficiation thereof, with handwritten notations by Fred Cina