Strongman, 1890s, Courtesy of Archives and Special Collections, Kathryn A. Martin Library, University of Minnesota Duluth Similar Images ...based on the tags: historical-image... Fort WIlliam Starch Works in 1920s An SFAAP float used for a Topeka, KS parade. Kansas Historical Society ( FK2.D4 .3 Ma.Sun *25) http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/210947 The rise of the power plant. (Source: Life Magazine) 1949 (Kubrick, Library of Congress, LC-USZ6-2357) Saskatchewan Wheat Pool #4-A loading a vessel. Image credit: Thunder Bay Archives. Beatty, M., Furlong, P., & Pennington, L. (1984).Studebaker: less than they promised. And Books. Port Arthur Row, 1977. Image Credit: Thunder Bay Archives. In the last years of the Builder’s Supply Company, which occupied the Twohy from the 1960s to the 1980s. Photo taken in 1983 as part of the Superior Intensive Survey. A postcard of Birtle in the 1930s. From Manitoba Historical Society.