Minnesota History Quarterly Fall 2013 (63:7)
Tom Sewell and the Bottega Gallery
by Tom Moran
Amidst the heady creativity of the early 1960s, a new art gallery and its flamboyant artist-proprietor provide a home and launching pad for an up-and-coming generation of Minnesota artists.
MN Press Reaction to the Capital Removal Attempt
by William E. Lass
No holds barred: Minnesota’s normally outspoken journalists outdo themselves—on both sides of the issue--reporting on a dramatic, contentious move to relocate the capital from St. Paul to St. Peter on the eve of statehood.
Jonathan: Planned City of Tomorrow
by Thomas Saylor
An innovative, sustainable new community southwest of the Twin Cities scores early successes but ultimately founders—for a variety of reasons.
Bonnie Wilson ponders an evocative portrait of a multifaceted man.
Greg Gaut and Marsha Neff visit Pickwick Mill, restored to the era when wheat was king in southern Minnesota.
Life and Times of Joseph Godfrey * History of Lake Minnetonka
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