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Three teenage girls at a Minnesota State Fair food counter with a 7-Up bottle and burger buns in 1947. Photo from the Collection of the Minnesota Historical Society, courtesy of the Minnesota State Fair.

Three teenage girls at a Minnesota State Fair food counter with a bottle and burger buns in Photo from the Collection of the Minnesota Historical Society, courtesy of the Minnesota State Fair.

Building the Winona Post Office, 1890 (From Minnesota History Summer 2013, photo courtesy the Winona County Historical Society) | Flickr - P...

Building the Winona Post Office, 1890 (From Minnesota History Summer photo courtesy the Winona County Historical Society)

Minnesota State Fair new food photos 2012 canned goods

Minnesota State Fair new food photos 2012 canned goods

32 Reasons Minnesota has the Greatest State Fair in the Country!

32 Reasons Minnesota Has The Greatest State Fair In The Country

I know this isn't North Shore-related, but I can't think of much more Minnesotan than the State Fair (and Sweet Martha's cookies.) 32 Reasons Minnesota has the Greatest State Fair in the Country!

Fort Beauharnois wayside and marker near Frontenac, Minnesota. It is located off the intersection of US 61 / 63 and Goodhue County Road 2. The marker commemorates the building of the fort by a French expedition commanded by LaPerriere in 1727. Erected 1940 by the National Youth Administration for the Minnesota Department of Highways and Minnesota Historical Society. The original plaque was replaced by a replica in 2010 when the structure was restored.

(A historical marker located near Frontenac in Goodhue County, Minnesota.

Love the details on the C. Zamboni & Sons building in Owatonna, Minnesota from 1931. From the Steele County Historical Society.

Zamboni & Sons building in Owatonna, Minnesota from From the Steele County Historical Society.

Red Wing Pottery, 1940. Looks like they were just starting to build the highway.  : Minnesota Historical Society

Red Wing Pottery, Looks like they were just starting to build the highway.

State Institute for the Feeble Minded, 1900s, Faribault, Minnesota

State Institute for the Feeble Minded, Faribault, Minnesota

Minnesota Historical Society Building

Minnesota Historical Society Building

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