Minnesota History Quarterly Fall 2003 (58:7)
Designing the National Pastime: Twin Cities Baseball Parks
by Kristin M. Anderson and Christopher W. Kimball
Architecture at Nicollet and Lexington Parks bespoke changes in the sport and the fortunes of the early Millers and Saints teams.
Daily Galleries: Minnesota Calendars
by Moira F. Harris
Local artists, printers, and advertisers create an art form ranging from down-home to international in appeal.
Open House Journal: Meeting at the Doorstep
by Benjamin Filene
Reaching across time, geography, and cultures, an exhibit curator delves into the history of a house and learns about making it a home.
Secretary Nicolay's Souvenir Album, 1862
by Bonnie Wilson and Richard Moe
A rare photo album of Abraham Lincoln's personal secretary and his expedition in Minnesota during tumultuous times.
Jim Heynen explores one moment in the age-old task of threshing grain.
Laura Weber tells the evolving story of a synagogue on Minneapolis's North Side.
Gág Family * George Nelson's Fur Trade Journal * Isle Royale Fisherman and Their Boats * Indian-White Autobiography of Eliza Morrison
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