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Minneapolis courthouse, 1900.

Minneapolis courthouse, 1900.

Night view of Downtown Minneapolis, 1975.

Night view of Downtown Minneapolis, 1975.

Court House and City Hall, Minneapolis Minnesota, 1900's

Court House and City Hall, Minneapolis Minnesota, 1900's

Jefferson School, Minneapolis, 1883. Hennepin & 10th Street (west corner)  The first Jefferson school was built at Hennepin & 10th in 1868 and destroyed by fire on December 12, 1876. This building is also called 2nd Ward School on a few old maps. The School Board sold the site after the fire. The second Jefferson School, at 1st Avenue North and 7th Street, was built on land bought in February 1877. The school opened in September 1877, and closed in June 1910.

Jefferson School, Minneapolis, 1883. Hennepin & 10th Street (west corner) The first Jefferson school was built at Hennepin & 10th in 1868 and destroyed by fire on December 12, 1876. This building is also called 2nd Ward School on a few old maps. The School Board sold the site after the fire. The second Jefferson School, at 1st Avenue North and 7th Street, was built on land bought in February 1877. The school opened in September 1877, and closed in June 1910.

Lake Harriet Pavilion Minneapolis 1904 by Stuff about Minneapolis, via Flickr

Lake Harriet Pavilion Minneapolis 1904 by Stuff about Minneapolis, via Flickr

Keewaydin Elementary School, Minneapolis, 1934. 5209 30th Avenue South  Built in 1928. The name means "northwest wind", and is taken from Longfellow's poem "The Song of Hiawatha".

Keewaydin Elementary School, Minneapolis, 1934. 5209 30th Avenue South Built in 1928. The name means "northwest wind", and is taken from Longfellow's poem "The Song of Hiawatha".

View of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1900-1906

View of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1900-1906

Miles Standish School, about 1922. The new Miles Standish School facing what is now Standish Avenue at 40th Street in 1922. The school was significantly enlarged in 1923, just two years after it was built. (Minneapolis Public Schools)

Miles Standish School, about 1922. The new Miles Standish School facing what is now Standish Avenue at 40th Street in 1922. The school was significantly enlarged in 1923, just two years after it was built. (Minneapolis Public Schools)

VJ Day crowd celebrating in downtown Minneapolis, 1945.

VJ Day crowd celebrating in downtown Minneapolis, 1945.

MINNEAPOLIS City Hall and Hennepin County Courthouse (also known as the "Municipal Building"), designed by Long and Kees in 1888, opened in 1906.

MINNEAPOLIS City Hall and Hennepin County Courthouse (also known as the "Municipal Building"), designed by Long and Kees in 1888, opened in 1906.

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