Group photograph of members of the Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America of Brainerd shown with a banner. The Brotherhood of Railway Carmen was founded in 1890 by railroad employees engaged in the repair and inspection of railroad cars. Photo taken after the Brainerd Labor Day parade.
Interview with Betty Johnson, Joannie Hill, Margaret Cimenski, Gladys Greenwalt, Dorothy Runberg, James Lynch, and an unknown teacher. These students and teachers relate their experiences and memories of working and learning in a one-room school.
Northern Pacific Railroad Shops in Brainerd group photo. Same employees as in photograph r1-29, but with hats on. Please click on the link to view a related image: http://reflections.mndigital.org/u?/cwc,145
Interview about Abel Christensen. A brief account of Abel and his family is given. This interview is part of a Works Progress Administration (WPA) in Crow Wing County during the years 1936-1939. This outreach effort sought to record personal accounts of the lives of early Crow Wing County pioneers and settlers.