The Bijou Theater stood on Main Street, Crosby, Minnesota. Doctors Sewall and Bosel had their offices on the second floor. Two men lounge in front of the building, while another enters the theater's side door.
Customers line up to purchase meat at Bill Peterson's First Meat Store in Crosby, Minnesota. Meat cutters stand behind the counter. Fresh meat and sausages are stacked on the counter and wrapped hams hang from racks on the wall. A deer head and antlers hang on the back wall.
Old automobiles are lined up outside Crosby Auto Garage, Crosby, Minnesota. Four boys and a dog are seated by the road. Crosby resident Joe Mirau is driver of the second car from the right. In the background is Krueger Furniture and Undertaking.
A very early view of Crosby, Minnesota, shows the livery barn with many horses outside. Tents are pitched in front of the livery barn. Businesses are to the left. On the back is a message to George K. Taylor of Deerwood, Minnesota, from Belle.
Frank Lindbergh, Postmaster and Mayor of Crosby, Minnesota, stands in the middle of a construction site. He was a cousin to aviator Charles Lindbergh. Horses are pulling wagons of building materials. Other men are unidentified. On the back is a message to Ann from Uncle Frank.
Cottage tenements of Crosby, Minnesota, were also known as Honeymoon Row. The cottages are under construction, with horses and buggies parked outside. These four-room cottages, built by the mine owners, rented for $12 a month including sewer, water, electric lights and a sanitary closet.
Ingall's Motor Boat Company Ferry approaches the pier on Serpent Lake with a load of passengers. Men and a dog are waiting on the pier. The ferry was the main mode of travel between Deerwood and Crosby, Minnesota, before the construction of Minnesota State Highway 210 between Deerwood and Crosby.
This is the interior of the First National Bank in Crosby, Minnesota. Tellers stand behind the bars, one at the "Paying" window and one at the "Receiving" window. A spittoon sits on the floor. A drinking fountain is to the right. Marble lines the bottom of the teller area.