Minneapolis, Minnesota, Looking to the River, c1908

In the early 1900s, pedestrians in downtown Minneapolis would stroll down Third Avenue, past the Milwaukee Road Depot clock tower�a salient symbol of the city�s railroad hubs�to arrive at the Mississippi riverfront. Across the shallow waterscape of St. Anthony Falls, the International Stock Food Factory built to house the 1886 Minneapolis Industrial Exposition towered over the landscape.


Minneapolis, Minnesota, Looking to the River, c1908

Historic Pictoric | Item# 102009__HPMIN

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