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Swee-Tone perfume: what does a gallon of perfume have to do with bootlegging? - February 4th, 2014
In the early 1960s Ancker Hospital was located at Jefferson Avenue and Colborne Street in St. Paul. The hospital was preparing to move to a new location and by 1967 the old campus was completely demo...
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Remembering Joan Mondale - February 5th, 2014
Joan Mondale, wife of former Senator and Vice-President Walter Mondale, passed away this week at the age of 83. She was a passionate arts advocate, partner in politics, potter, and mother.
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Remembering Matthew Little - January 30th, 2014
The Collections Department is proud to highlight two notable manuscripts collections that document the work of civil rights activist and long-time Minneapolis NAACP president, Matthew “Matt” Littl...
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“Motorcycle in the snow" - March 7th, 2014
An Indian motorcycle covered in snow during a late March snowstorm in Minneapolis.
Photographed by a Minneapolis newspaper photographer on March 24, 1937.
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"Important to Volunteers -- The Time for Paying Bounties Extended till the 1st of April--The Draft", and "Republican Union Convention", The Stillwater Messenger - March 8, 1864 - March 8th, 2014
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Helen Hoover: Wilderness Writer - November 15th, 2013
As Minnesota is known for its woods and waters, so is it known for its chroniclers of the outdoors. Names like Sigurd Olson readily spring to mind and so too should the name, Helen Hoover.
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