Posts Tagged ‘On This Day’
An apartment building sells.
A controversial film results in real life action.
From Minneapolis Morning Tribune Students Play Sartorial Pranks at West High When one well known and always correctly dressed member of the junior class at West Side High School was seen wandering around the hall yesterday wearing lumberman’s boots and a crimson flannel shirt, R. H. Jordan, principal, and the teachers attributed it to a [...]
Real estate ad from the Minneapolis Tribune: Look at this one Sunday! Owner will show you through 2445 Humboldt Avenue South. Nine-room modern house, new and in absolutely perfect condition. Contains Everything in Modern Conveniences that you can think of, with rich and abundant hardwood finish. Was built by present owner for his own home. [...]
A detailed look at one of the most important years in Uptown’s growth.
A construction update from 1923
Public parking lots coming to Hennepin-Lake?
In an unusual move, the City approves the use of a contract to a third party for road paving on Lyndale AVenue.
From the Minneapolis Tribune: TRICK DOG AMUSES CHILDREN A children’s party was given last evening by Norman Sprong of 2312 Bryant avenue south at which nearly fifty of the young people of the neighborhood were present. Amateur dramatics vied with magic lanterns and a graphaphone for popularity. Phillip Barnes, although young in years, proved himself [...]
From the Minneapolis Tribune: DETECTIVES GET DUCKING IN RECOVERING AN AUTO One of the quickest recoveries by the police of a stolen automobile was effected by the Detectives Martinson, Wirtensohn and Duffy, early Sunday morning, when it took them but 35 minutes to locate and return C. F. Rawitzer’s car, which was reported stolen at [...]