Minnesota History Quarterly Fall 2004 (59:3)
North Side Jazz: Lester "Pres" Young in Minneapolis
by Douglas Henry Daniels
The President of the Tenor Saxophone develops his unique sound and style while based in north Minneapolis, a vibrant community offering plenty of musical opportunities.
Image and Memory: Photographers Mathias O. Bue and Walter T. Oxley
by Cynthia Elyce Rubin
"Creative alchemists" capture a wide range of small-town life as photography comes of age in twentieth-century Minnesota.
"Let Us Go a Little Slow": Rural School Consolidation in Mille Lacs County
by Karen Schlenker
Struggling with limited resources, fluid populations, and educational change, a county reluctantly bids farewell to its one-room schoolhouses.
Larry Millett joins presidential hopeful Dwight D. Eisenhower's Twin Cities campaign blitz.
Jane King Hession tours architect Marcel Breuer's marvel of soaring concrete at St. John's Abbey in Collegeville.
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