Photograph of Clemens Meyer's general store on Oak Grove Street in Meire Grove c.1900.

Meyer's General Store

Photograph of Clemens Meyer's general store on Oak Grove Street in Meire Grove c.1900. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.

Color image of 1896 plat map of Grove Township in Stearns County.

Plat map of Grove Township

1896 plat map of Grove Township in Stearns County.

Black and white photograph of a brick house under construction in Meire Grove c.1890.

Brick house under construction in Meire Grove

Photograph of a brick house under construction in Meire Grove c.1890. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.

Imdieke Brickyard

From 1883-1915, Imdieke Brickyard in Meire Grove produced bricks using traditional European methods. Residents supported this business venture by purchasing materials to create structures that represented their German culture.

Ignatius Donnelly house in Nininger c. 1937

Ignatius Donnelly house, Nininger

The Ignatius Donnelly house in Nininger, c.1937. Photograph by Edwards, Everett E.

Aerial color photograph of Saint John's Abbey and University in Collegeville. Created by Henry Anderl c.1960.

Saint John's Abbey and University, Collegeville.

Aerial color photograph of Saint John's Abbey and University in Collegeville. Created by Henry Anderl c.1960.

Photograph of First Baptist Church, Minneapolis

First Baptist Church, Minneapolis

Photograph of First Baptist Church at Fifth Street and Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis. Created by William H. Jacoby in 1878.

Cathedral of St. Paul

Photograph taken on December 27, 1889 of the interior of the second Cathedral of St. Paul decorated for the consecration of three bishops: Father John Shanley, Father Joseph Cotter, and Father James McGolrick.

Black and white photograph of old farmstead and Paisley Park, Chanhassen, MN

Old farmstead and Paisley Park, Chanhassen, MN

Photograph taken of part of Chanhassen including Paisley Park, as part of the Suburban Documentation Project, 1991. Photographer: Christopher C. Faust.

Paisley Park Studios

Home to many historically significant people and places, Carver County's possibly best-known are recording artist Prince and his Paisley Park Studios. Located in what were Chanhassen cornfields, the site was a key location in Minnesota's music industry. In its heyday, it drew artists and musicians from around the world. Though no longer in business, it still draws the eye of travelers along Highway 5 in Chanhassen.

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