Image of a group of men standing outside of the Agate Bay House. Painted sign underneath the decorative peak on the covered porch. This was utilized as a boarding house for railroad workers. Also pictured is an intersection of a wooden sidewalk, one of the first built in Two Harbors, Minnesota. Managers are Brown, Butler, and Blake standing on the right side of the covered porch.
Exterior view of Swan J. Turnblad mansion from northeast corner. Completed in 1908, the Swan J. Turnblad mansion was built in the French Chateauesque style. The house became the American Swedish Institute in 1929.
Committee, Young Men's Library Association, Winona, Minnesota
An announcement of the Annual Election of Officers to the Young Men's Library Association, Winona Minnesota. Candidates endorsed by the special committee include Franklin Staples for president, Thomas Simpson for vice-president, E. A. Gerdtzen for secretary, John H. Andrews for treasurer, and C. N. Waterman, John Dobbs, D. A. Coe, M. G. Norton, and William Mitchell for directors.
Quinta basketball team of 1915. The basketball has Quinta '15' painted on it. Back row left to right: Alvin Borchard, Thomas Behrer, Walt Leininger, Walter Bohrer. Front row left to right: Art Klebeno, Ernest Meichsner, ? Richer.