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This delightful book compares our images of Minnesota today with pictures of Minnesota past. In its pages, readers will see the state capitol building transformed from one era to the next, grand old cinemas rising and giving way to the multiplex, the grain-milling district remaking a swath of the Mississippi, farms with barns and windmills making way for mighty wind generators, Duluth shipping and Iron Range ore mining as they were and are, and the state fair and the ice palace over the years. Historic images, vintage postcards, brochures, and ephemera, set against photographs by some of the state's best photographers, offer unique visual insight into how Minnesota has changed, and how it remains the same.
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Star Tribune, Dec. 3, 2006 âThis is a wonderful collection of juxtaposed photos & old on one side and new on the opposing page & that provides a wonderful sense of past and present Minnesota. You can open it anywhere and be delighted.â St. Paul Pioneer Press, Dec. 10, 2006 âThe archival materials appear opposite new photos by Layne Kennedy, with brief but nicely detailed texts by Greg Breining & and the juxtapositions are gently humorous.â, Star Tribune, Dec. 3, 2006 "This is a wonderful collection of juxtaposed photos 'Š old on one side and new on the opposing page 'Š that provides a wonderful sense of past and present Minnesota. You can open it anywhere and be delighted." St. Paul Pioneer Press, Dec. 10, 2006 "The archival materials appear opposite new photos by Layne Kennedy, with brief but nicely detailed texts by Greg Breining 'Š and the juxtapositions are gently humorous."