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19 -- ?
Felland, O. G.
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For Women Only. Jan. 9, 1947
For Women Only. Jan. 9, 1947, Northfield News. Article describes the teasing attempts of Johnny the grocer to kiss a woman who is engaged to be married, a wife's attempt to find the origin of the candlesticks...
Four people standing in the Cannon River
Four people standing in the Cannon River, with the back of a hardware store at left and the other bank of the river at right.
Mrs. Steen and Cora taking out lunch for threshers
Postcard, portrait of 12 people in front of a rude wooden structure, bundled up. Written on back: A cold day, Mrs. Steen & Cora taking out lunch for threshers. The others must be the threshers -- engineer,...
Woman laying in a hammock
A woman in a white shirt lays in a plaid hammock and smiles at the camera. Nutting family image.
Old Main Hall as seen from Lincoln Street
View of Old Main Hall, St. Olaf College, as seen from Lincoln Street. A wooden sidewalk approaches at left. Ladies Hall is in the background at right.
North side of Fourth Street between Division and Washington
Buildings on the north side of Fourth Street between Division and Washington. The former Lyceum building is at right. Snow is in the streets. A shop on the left says City Flower Store.
Cannon River dam during a flood
Cannon River dam during a flood, looking west from east bank, with view fixed on the lower left portion of the Ames Mill. D-113 is on the back.
Dark-colored building with smokestacks along Cannon river
View of the Cannon River with a dark-colored building at center, with two smokestacks at right.
Men stand in deep snow
Two men in hats and coats stand in snow up to their knees. Trees are in the background. Possibly on Manitou Street. Man at left is also in NN00321.
Northfield News fire scene
Fire fighters battle a blaze at the Northfield News and Independent in the 300 block of Division Street. Shops also in view include Grant Electric, Sportsmen's Diner, Pedersen Jewelers, Ideal Caf�, and...
Footbridge at Waterford collapsed in a flood
The Cannon River during a flood, with the footbridge at Waterford collapsed at center.
Ladies throw snowballs at camera at Ladies Hall, St. Olaf College
Ladies throw snowballs at the camera as they stand outside Ladies Hall, St. Olaf College, also known as Agony Hall. Containing envelope says images are the property of Carl Weicht, given to him by the...
Snow melts along a slight hill
Snow melts along a slight hill, with possibly a pond at center. A road runs along the right; a water tower is in the background. Edited image to adjust for original overexposure.
Kids' circus, summer recreation program
A group of children preparing for a portrait at the kids' circus, a summer recreation program in a park, August 20, 1953. Some of the children in front are dressed as lions.
Index of Northfield News pocket files on individuals
Index of Northfield News pocket files. These files on individuals are kept in the south morgue room at the Northfield News. The index was conducted in Fall 2012 on behalf of the Northfield History Collaborative....
Aerial view, police station at Fifth and Water
An aerial view of the police station at the corner of Fifth and Water Streets, under construction in winter. The Cannon River runs across the top half of the image, looking east.
Rice County Fair parade in Division Street
Postcard, labeled Rice Co. Fair Northfield on the front. A parade is coming toward the camera, headed north in the 400 block of Division Street. A child in the front carriage holds a pennant that says...
Northfield News, collection survey of historical items
Collection survey of historical items at the Northfield News, conducted by the Northfield History Collaborative in Summer 2012.
Northfield News, collection summary of historical items
Collection summary of historical items at or pertaining to the Northfield News, conducted in Fall 2012 by Ariel Butler for the Northfield History Collaborative.
President Taft in Bridge Square
A balding, portly man with a moustache, probably President William Howard Taft, stands with his hand out in Bridge Square in front of the Northfield National Bank.
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