8 Panoramic Photos Of Minnesota From The 1900s [GALLERY]

by on July 1, 2013

in History,Photography

At the turn of the century, photographer George R. Lawrence traveled the United States and took panoramic photos along the way, eight of them in Minnesota. Mr. Lawrence would likely be dismayed to learn how easy it has become to shoot panoramic photos! Read more here and see the full collection here.

Minnehaha Falls, Minneapolis, Minnesota – 1906

George R. Lawrence Photo: Minnehaha Falls, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1906

International Harvester’s Flax Twine Plant In St. Paul, Minnesota – 1907

George R. Lawrence Photo: Flax Twine Plant - International Harvester - St. Paul, Minnesota 1907

George R. Lawrence Photo: Flax Twine Plant - International Harvester - St. Paul, Minnesota 1907

Hutchinson, Minnesota  – 1901

George R. Lawrence Photo: Hutchinson, Minnesota 1901

New Ulm, Minnesota – 1906

George R. Lawrence Photo: New Ulm, Minnesota 1906

St. Cloud, Minnesota – 1902

George R. Lawrence Photo: St. Cloud, Minnesota 1902

Minnesota House Of Representatives – 1901

George R. Lawrence Photo: Minnesota House Of Representatives 1901

Minnesota Senate – 1901

George R. Lawrence Photo: Minnesota Senate 1901

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