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Swedish bobbin lace pillow used for making lace, with patterns and home-made lace. The Swedish woman who owned the item, Elsie Johannsen Operland, immigrated from Motala to the Rondo area in 1903 where she became a charter member of Central Baptist…
Melvin Carter Sr.'s trumpet.  Melvin Carter Jr. holding Voices of Rondo book open to photo of Melvin Carter Sr. playing trumpet.
Various family and childhood photographs with captions handwritten by Martha Anderson Cobb. Images include family, friends, social events, vacations, and church.
Image of a birthday party thrown by the Fletcher family.
Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Jones
When Marvin Anderson's mother, Ora Lee Anderson, turned 100 years old, his nephew, Stephen Cobb, made a mock-up of her on the front cover of Ebony Magazine. She passed away at 101 years of age.
Red-colored program for St. Agnes Grade School commencement.
Photo of grade school class at Gordon Parks School.
Newspaper article about the success of Lewis and Sons Upholstery. The business began in the family's garage as a part-time venture and grew to a business that was relied upon by private and business aircraft to fix the interiors of their planes.
This advertisement from the St. Paul Sun announces the Grand Opening of Rangh Court located at 989-995 Rondo Avenue. It was a project developed by the Twin Cities Negro Development Co., Inc. The St. Paul Sun was a newspaper distinct to the Rondo…
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