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Postcard, Photographic

Nora Stenson in Black Taffeta Gown. 3 1/2" x 4 1/2" black and white postcard photograph of Nora Stenson wearing a black taffeta dress; photographed by Wm. J. Stiehl, Waseca, Minn.

Print, Photographic, Photograph, Cabinet

Wedding Portrait in Stenson Album. Material: paper. Size: 3 3/4" x 5 1/2". Description: black and white cabinet card photograph of an unidentified couple, likely a wedding photograph; see Stenson photos for likeness; photographed by Max Schindler, New Richland, Minn.

Print, Photographic, Photograph, Cabinet

Thomas C. Stenson. Material: paper. Size: 3 7/8" x 5 1/2". Description: black and white cabinet card photograph of Thomas C. Stenson, a middled aged man with a mustache, posed in profile portrait and wearing dark suit; photographed by Haynes, Minneapolis, Minn.

Print, Photographic, Photograph, Cabinet

Margaret Stenson. Material: paper. Size: 2 1/2" x 3 1/2". Description: oval black and white portrait of Margaret Stenson.

Print, Photographic, Carte-de-Visite

Three Young Janesville Children. 2 3/8" x 2 3/4" carte-de-visite portrait photograph of three children, unidentified; the oldest is a boy of about five years old, then a little girl about three years old, and a baby in the center; photographed by George A. Wilson, Janesville, Minn.

Print, Photographic, Photograph, Cabinet

Young Woman Posed Holding Flowers and Wearing Light Colored Short Dress and High Top Shoes. 2 1/2" x 5" black and white oval portrait photograph of an unidentified young woman, full-figure, posed in studio setting; wearing white, lacy knee-length dress with dark tights and black tie shoes. She is wearing jewelry and holding flowers, likely for a graduation or confirmation event. Photographed by A. S. Hellebo, Janesville, Minn.

Print, Photographic

Family Portrait of Eight People, Mankato. 6 1/2" x 4 5/8" black and white photograph of a family of eight; parents, two daughters, and four sons of varying ages; all unidentified; photographed by Blissenbach, Mankato, Minn.; photo mounted on gray matboard.

Print, Photographic, Photograph, Cabinet

Young Man and Woman Portrait, Mankato. 3 3/4" x 5 1/2" black and white portrait photograph of a young man and woman; unidentified; photographed by Blissenbach, Mankato, Minn.

Scrapbook

Sunde-Newgard Scrapbook. Material: paper. Size: 12" x 16". Gold embossed cover decoration and a color illustration of a young girl in blue dress; scrapbook is filled with greeting card covers, prints, etc. circa 1890s.

Album, Photograph

William G. Ward Residence on 2nd Avenue and 3rd Street, Waseca. 4 3/4" x 3 3/4" black and white photograph of the William G. Ward house on 2nd Avenue N.E. at 3rd Street N.E. Mr. Ward, 1827-1892, was a railroad man, real estate businessman and a politician. He was twice elected to the legislature as a state senator, and ran for Congress in 1880, but was not elected; he supported Republican candidates; married the youngest daughter of Ira Trowbridge, Ella, in 1867. His first wife, Martha Dodge, ... more

Album, Photograph

E. A. Everett Residence on Lake Avenue at 9th Street N.E., Waseca. Material: paper. Size: 4 3/4" x 3 3/4". Description: black and white photograph of the E. A. Everett residence, built on Clear Lake, on Lake Avenue at 9th Street N.E. in 1895. Everett was the son of William Everett who started the EACO Flour Mill with J. Aughenbaugh. Everett Residence, Everett House, Everett Home located at 206 9th Street N.E. on the corner of 9th Street N.E. and Lake Avenue now 3rd Avenue N.E.

Print, Photographic

Pastor O. A. and Sigrid Mellby, Family and Friends. 3 1/4" x 4" black and white photograph of Pastor O. A. Mellby, Mrs. Mellby, family members and friends; others unidentified; posed outdoors in front of a house, gathered around a table, some seated on straight chairs, some standing, children sitting on the ground in foreground.

Print, Photographic

Sigrid Grundt Mellby. 2 3/8" x 3 5/8" black and white portrait photograph of Mrs. O. A. Mellby, nee Sigrid Grundt; wife of the pastor who served the LeSueur River Lutheran Church and Trinity Lutheran Church in New Richland, Minn. for so many years, 1872 to 1915. Narrative: "In 1881 twelve Lutheran women in the village of New Richland met and organized a Koindetorening Ladies Aid. The first meeting was held at the home of Mrs. A. J. Newgard, Mrs. J. R. Swann was the first president. These charter ... more

Print, Photographic

Mrs. Iver Loven. 3/4" x 2 3/8" black and white photograph of Mrs. Iver Loven, a charter member of the Ladies Aid Society, of the Lutheran Church of Ellendale, Minn., of which Reverent O. A. Mellby was the pastor. Other charter members were Mrs. Harold Norby and Mrs. Nels Ohnstad, and Mrs. O. A. Mellby was a leader in organizing the Ladies Aid on October 23, 1889.

Print, Photographic

Mrs. Harold Norby. 3/4" x 2 1/2" black and white photograph of Mrs. Harold Norby, a charter member of the Ladies Aid Society, of the Lutheran Church of Ellendale, Minn., of which Reverend O. A. Mellby was the pastor. Other charter members were Mrs. Iver Loven and Mrs. Nels Ohnstad, and Mrs. O. A. Mellby was a leader in organizing the Ladies Aid on October 23, 1889.

Print, Photographic

Mrs. Nels Ohnstad. 3/4" x 2 1/2" black and white photograph of Mrs. Nels Ohnstad, a charter member of the Ladies Aid Society, of the Lutheran Church of Ellendale, Minn., of which Reverent O. A. Mellby was the pastor. Other charter members were Mrs. Iver Loven and Mrs. Harold Norby, and Mrs. O. A. Mellby was a leader in organizing the Ladies Aid on October 23, 1889.

Print, Photographic

Berlin Township Norwegian Lutheran Church. 3 1/8" x 2" black and white lithographic printed photograph of the Berlin Norwegian Lutheran Church located one half mile south of Ellendale, destroyed by tornado in June 1892.

Gauge, Powder

Gun Powder Measure. Material: wood, metal. Size: 1 3/4" W. x 5 1/2" L. Description: tin cylinder cup at one end attached to extended wooden turned handle with adjusting screw; stamped on metal cup: "Powder Drams, Shot Oz."; stamped inside metal head: "PAT NO V2386 BGI CO."

Knife

Handle: wood, very rustic, handmade, 1"D.x3 1/4"L. Blade: metal, rusty, straight back edge, curved front coming to point, 1"W.x4 1/4"L.

Set, Cookie cutter

Cookie Cutters. Material: metal. Description: tin cutters - seven animal shaped and one man shaped.

Maul, meat

Material: wood. Size: 3" W.x 13 1/2" L. Handle with hole drilled in end for hanging - attached to pointed base for tenderizing meat cuts. Appears to be hand carved.

Plate, dinner

Material: china, semi-porcelain. Size: 9 1/4" diameter. Color: white with brown floral pattern. Backstamped in brown: "E. Bourne & J.E. Leigh, EBJEL, England, Royal Semi Porcelain, Aberdeen".

Print, Photographic, Carte-de-Visite

Young Man with Mustache. 2" x 2 7/8" oval portrait carte-de-visite; young man dark haired man wearing dark suit, high collar and dark tie; photo found with 1.02.141q and p.

Print, Photographic

EACO Flour Mill Employees wearing white uniforms in Parade Line Up. 5" x 3 3/4" black and white photograph of the EACO Mill with its employees in uniform posed in front, ready for a parade; all dressed in white pants and jackets and caps; one person is holding a banner that appears to be the flour brand bag, "Waseca White Rose"; the smokestack is behind them on right; a decorated carriage with white horses is visible in rear left of photo.

Print, Photographic

EACO Flour Mill Buildings. 9 7/8" x 3 5/8" black and white panoramic photograph of the EACO Mill site on the edge of Loon Lake, Waseca, Minn.; shown are original mill grain elevators, offices, storage, smokestack, and the lake on the right and distance.