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New Library Exhibit - Native American Beadwork in the MNHS’ Collections - March 13th, 2014
Come see the new Library Lobby exhibit on Native America beadwork, open the same hours as the Library.
Minnesota Historical Society is the repository for approximately 9,000 ethnographic objects of...
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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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American Indian Collections Outreach - March 27th, 2014
Our very own Ben Gessner, Associate for American Indian and Fine Arts Collections, is the featured member on Connecting to Collections. He shares details about his work with American Indian material c...
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“Poison Ivy” - April 18th, 2014
A National Audubon Society ranger pointing out poison ivy to two hikers near Lake Itasca in July 1947.
This image forms part of our Minneapolis and St. Paul Newspaper Negative collection. Additio...
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Letter from Thomas Christie, then in Cairo, Illinois, to brother Alexander Christie, suggesting their father come to visit in Cairo - April 18, 1864 - April 18th, 2014
Letter from Thomas Christie, then in Cairo, Illinois, to brother Alexander Christie, suggesting their father come to visit in Cairo.
Partial transcription of the letter:
Cairo Ills. April 18th 186...
- 150 Best Minnesota Books - view all
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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