Chippewa County Court House
Title:
Chippewa County Court House
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Divided Back unused


Bear in Smith Park
Title:
Bear in Smith Park
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Real Photo unused



Street View Of Salem Lutheran Church
Title:
Street View Of Salem Lutheran Church
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Real Photo unused


The Methodist Church
Title:
The Methodist Church
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Real Photo unused



Salem Lutheran Church
Title:
Salem Lutheran Church
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Real Photo unused


Church of Saint Joseph - Catholic Church
Title:
Church of Saint Joseph - Catholic Church
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Real Photo unused



Brookside Manor
Title:
Brookside Manor
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Chrome unused

Description:
Henry McGrew Printing Inc.


Chippewa County Hospital
Title:
Chippewa County Hospital
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Chrome unused

Description:
View showing lobby and front entrance. The Hospital has 54 beds and 12 bassinets and the most modern facilities, equipment and furnishings, providing a unique combination of scientific service and patient comfort. Fully accredited by the joint commision on accredidation of hospitals.



Windom Institute
Title:
Windom Institute
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Divided Back unused


Carnegie Library
Title:
Carnegie Library
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Divided Back PM 1909 mar



Lac Qui Parle Mission Church of 1841, Reconstructed
Title:
Lac Qui Parle Mission Church of 1841, Reconstructed
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Real Photo unused


Fiesta City Motel
Title:
Fiesta City Motel
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Chrome unused

Description:
J. Peterson Studio



View of Main Street, showing Riverside Hotel
Title:
View of Main Street, showing Riverside Hotel
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Divided Back unused


M.E.Church
Title:
M.E.Church
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Divided Back PM 1915 Mar-26



Court House
Title:
Court House
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Divided Back unused


Camp Release Monument
Title:
Camp Release Monument
Montevideo Minnesota (MN), Divided Back PM 1920 Jul-05

Description:
To commemorate the surrender of a large body of Indians and the release of 269 captives, mostly women and children, Sept, 20th 1802. The result mainly of the signal victory over the hostile Sioux Indians at Sioux Indians at Wood Lake by Minnesota troops under command of Gen. Henry H. Sibley. All being incidents of the Great Sioux Indian Monument.





Total: 16 Items