1909 Photograph showing the B'nai Abraham Synagogue under construction

Construction of B'nai Abraham synagogue in Virginia

Construction of B'nai Abraham synagogue in Virginia, 1909.

B'nai Abraham Synagogue, Virginia

Dedicated in 1909, the red brick synagogue of Virginia's B'nai Abraham congregation was called the most beautiful religious building on the Iron Range. In the early twentieth century, the synagogue was the heart of Virginia's Jewish community. A declining congregation forced the synagogue to close its doors in the mid-1990s. However, community support and renovations have made B'nai Abraham a center of Virginia's cultural life once again.

Hotel Luksenborg 1852

309 Oak Street, Carver, Minnesota

Photograph of an 1860 structure in Carver Minnesota

Springside, Greek-Revival-Federal c.1860

113 Fourth Street West, Carver, Minnesota

photograph of an 1870s hardware store in Carver, Minnesota

Hebeisen Hardware, c.1870

109 Third Street East, Carver, Minnesota

Photograph of a 1925 Mobile gas station in Carver Minnesota

1925 Mobile Gas Station

200 Broadway, Carver, Minnesota

Contemporary photograph of an 1856 structure in Carver Minnesota

1856 Gables

201 Fourth Street East, Carver, Minnesota

Carver Historic District

The city of Carver has a long and rich history as one of the earliest communities in Carver County. Located on the Minnesota River, it was often the first place immigrants to Carver County visited. From there, they spread out to other towns and farms.

Noiseless Automatic Sewing Machine designed by by the Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Company in London, England. The treadle and gears run smoothly on this chain stitch sewing machine. The machine is mounted on a wooden table with an iron base, a foot treadle, and three drawers.

Wilcox and Gibbs Sewing Machine

Noiseless Automatic Sewing Machine designed by by the Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Company in London, England in 1871. Used by the Frederick Spangenberg family.

Endion Depot, Duluth.

Endion Depot, Duluth.

Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Depot, Endion. Designed in 1899 by I. Vernon Hill.

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