Hennepin Photo page
People & places

If you have photos of people or places in Hennepin County you would like to submit,
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Diamond LakeSchool
Dayton MN 1910

The Buzza Company Girls Softball Team.
1929

Greeley Elementary School. 26th & 12th Ave. South Mpls.

Guimont Bar.
Dayton MN.
Late 20's or early 1930's

1900 Mpls Auto Club

Gustaf Allen with first wife Britta Jonasdatter and baby David.

Anna & Vera Allen in the Allen home at 2542 Taylor St. Minneapolis

Gustaf Allen Home
2542 Taylor St. Minneapolis

Carlson & Allen Sash & Door Co. Gustaf Allen 1/2 owner.

Gustaf Allen with second wife, Ingeborg Olsson and son David.





David Allen

Charles Olson, brother to Gustaf Allen (name changed when arrived in US).

Alice A. Olson
b. July 1896 MN
Daug. of
Carl C. & Annie Olson
of 2538 Taylor Ave.
Minneapolis

Paul E. Olson b. Aug 1894 MN. Son of Carl C. & Annie Olson of 2538 Taylor Ave Minneapolis
Photos submitted by
Karolyn Roberts

J.N. Bowen Meats
814 Hennepin Ave. Minnepolis. MN

Graduation Program

Dr. Louis Bistodeau's bag, an early Physician of St. Anthony and Dayton, MN.

Handmade quilt made during the Civil War by his wife, Emelina Bistodeau.

Karen BOE 1880
If you are a member
of this family or know someone
who might be, please contact me.
Shelley Cardiel

Stickney

Dr. Stanley B. Roberts, Minister Bethlehen Presbyterian Church
26th & Pleasant Ave, Minneapolis years 1902 to 1912

Edwin Hedderly Early Minneapolis Pioneer. Edwin was one of the 1st Justices of the Peace in St. Anthony. Came to Minnesota 1849.

Angeline Hedderly
Roach. Daughter of Edwin Hedderly and wife of Chester Roach. Married in Mpls. 1852.

Chester Roach
 husband of Angeline Hedderly and early pioneer of Hennepin county.

Frederick Roach Owner of
"Roach Bicycles"
519 Hennepin Ave. Mpls.
Son of Chester & Angeline (Hedderly) Roach.
1893


 

Frederick Roach & his Mobile Steam Carriage. Taken in front of barn of Wyman Elliot.
1400 Elliot Ave. Mpls. May 1900
(Frederick Roach was the 3rd person to own a car in Minneapolis.)

Ida Roach & daughter Thoris. 3324 1st Ave S. Mpls. Wife & daughter of Frederick Roach. 1902-Minneapolis.

  John Clark
Early Settler of Minneapolis and owner of Hennepin Carriages Works. 1502 Hennepin Ave.

"Hennepin Carriage Works"
Owned and operated by John Clark from 1879-1880's. Located at 1502 Henn. Ave.
Photo taken ca. 1880's.
Excursion Boat
"Saint Paul"
Lake Minnetonka
Excelsior, MN
1906

Minneapolis Hook & Ladder Company. Formed in 1868.

Palace Theater Baseball team. Harry Moore far right 2nd row. Can you name the other players? Confectionery & Bakery on Plymouth Ave. owned by Leo Bistodeau Immanuel Evangelical Slovak Luth. Church.
This church was located on Lower Ave. and Cooper Street (100 Cooper Street) Bohemian Flats, Minneapolis, MN. It was said that the Slovaks were the ones who added the steeple to the top of it.
Home of
Miranda Nettleton, widow of Samuel Nettleton.
913 Hennepin Ave.
Samuel Nettleton came to MN in 1857.
Merrit Butler Peck
1841-1896.
Age 50 yrs. Lived in Minneapolis  Photo taken Sept 22, 1890.
Back of photo of Merrit Peck. Writing says Merrit was married to Sarah Butcher, Aug 2, 1869. Merrit & Anna Peck home at 3044 Fremont Ave. So. BACK OF PHOTO OF PECK HOME. ADDRESS WAS MISTAKENLY LISTED ON FREMONT BLVD. WAS ACTUALLY FREMONT AVE SOUTH. Anna Peck, 2nd wife of Merrit B. Peck.
1850-1933

 

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Site last updated: April 2, 2005