Minneapolis, Minnesota, Bridge Square during Expo Week, c1890

On August 23, 1886, the first Minneapolis Industrial Exposition opened to throngs of locals and tourists alike. The exhibits and fanfare were not limited to the expo site across the river, but were seen throughout the 40 square miles of the city, including the original City Hall building located a block from the Mississippiļæ½s western shore.


Minneapolis, Minnesota, Bridge Square during Expo Week, c1890

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