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"The President of the Republic, Commandante of the Revolution Daniel Ortega, talks with Donald Fraser, Mayor of the city of Minneapolis, who is leading a delegation of the International Lawyers Committee for Human Rights who are in the country."
This newspaper clipping originally accompanied photo RG 22.1.a.0085, Digital file provided by Mark Lester in 2018. These photographs are not in the physical archives., Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Academic buildings in the Quad, facing northwest, circa 1975.
Photograph of academic buildings in the Quad. Facing northwest. Includes views of Sverdrup Oftedal Memorial Hall to the right, Sverdrup Hall to the left, and Science Hall with Odland Observatory on the roof in the far left background., Text at the bottom: "All academic buildings in the College quadrangle will be renovated. Sverdrup-Oftedal Memorial Hall (right) will contain all student-service and administrative offices. George Sverdrup Library (left) renovations will expand student reading and study by 22%. Science Hall (far left) will be renovated with major improvements to laboratories and additional classrooms provided.", Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph, N 44°57′58″ W 93°14′25″
Admissions House, east facade, facing northwest, 1996.
Photograph [1996] of Admissions House. Facing northwest, from intersection of South 7th Street and 21st Avenue South. It later housed the Center for Counseling and Health Promotion, Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph, N 44°58′00.9″ W 93°14′34.1″
Advertisement for Wood Lake Shores and Augsburg Park
Advertisement for lots in Wood Lake Shores and Augsburg Park in Richfield MN., One of the earliest scans performed by the digitization lab, Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Advertisement for Woodlake Shores
A description of the Wood Lake Shores housing development., One of the earliest scans performed by the digitization lab, Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Aerial Photograph of Augsburg College
This photograph of Augsburg College identifies the major buildings on campus and the surrounding neighborhood., Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Aerial Photograph of Augsburg College, circa 1970.
This photograph includes I-94, Augsburg College and the skyline of Minneapolis., One of the earliest scans performed by the digitization lab, Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Aerial photograph of Augsburg College
Ariel photograph of Augsburg College including I 94 and Riverside Avenue, One of the earliest scans performed by the digitization lab, Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Aerial photograph of Augsburg and its surroundings facing northeast, circa 1970.
Photograph [circa 1970] of Augsburg College campus and surrounding neighborhoods. Aerial view facing northeast. Depicts the Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood, the University of Minnesota's East Bank and West Bank, and Dinkytown. Includes views of Sverdrup Hall, Science Hall, Sverdrup Oftedal Memorial Hall, Old Main (1902-), Christensen Center; Urness Tower; Murphy Square, Murphy Place; Si Melby Hall, and Gerda Mortenson Hall (across Riverside Avenue). Also includes the Interstate 35W Bridge, Interstate 94, the Bohemian Flats, and the Mississippi River., This photograph is a framed reproduction measuring 42.5 inches by 32.5 inches. The original image has been modified in Photoshop using the perspective warp tool, its brightness has been reduced, and its contrast has been increased., Digital photograph of physical copy of photograph
Aerial photograph of the future home for Augsburg College
This photograph show the future home of the campus for Augsburg College as well as the east and west bank campuses of the University of Minnesota, Fairview Hospital, and St. Mary's Hospital., One of the earliest scans performed by the digitization lab, Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Altar in Science Building at Augsburg College, circa 1950
The altar in the Science Building at Augsburg College., One of the earliest scans performed by the digitization lab, Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Anderson Hall, north facade, facing southeast, 1990s.
Photograph [1990s] of Anderson Hall, facing southeast. Includes views of Old Main (1902-) in left background and Science Hall in far left background., Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph, N 44°57′57″ W 93°14′35″
Anderson Hall, northeast corner, facing southwest, 1990s.
Photograph [1990s] of Anderson Hall, facing southwest., Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph, N 44°57′57″ W 93°14′35″
Ann Dohrmann, an intern who helped open the Augsburg office in Managua, Nicaragua, sits with the Nicaraguan staff,including Anita Canales, who continues to work at the center as of 2018.
Pictured: Ann Dorhmann; Anita Canales, Digital file provided by Mark Lester in 2018. These photographs are not in the physical archives., Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph
Ann Dohrmann, an intern who helped open the Augsburg office in Managua, Nicaragua, translates for a Nicaraguan woman speaking to a US delegation, 1984.
Pictured: Ann Dorhmann, Digital file provided by Mark Lester in 2018. These photographs are not in the physical archives., Electronic scan of newspaper clipping
Architect's rendering of Augsburg College, facing northwest, circa 1965.
Architect's rendering of Augsburg College, from above Interstate 94. Facing northwest. Includes renderings of Christensen Center, and a residence hall located where Urness Tower and Mortensen Residence Hall would later be built., Electronic scan of physical copy of photograph, N 44°57′58″ W 93°14′25″

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