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Distressed pink glass water goblet owned by Robert Archie and Mary Alice Toliver Jones.

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Map of the buildings, landmarks, businesses, and churches of the Old Rondo neighborhood before the interstate between the years 1920 and 1960, with historical details and photos below. Compilation was completed in 2008.

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Photograph portrays Archie Anderson Senior on the right and Ira Rawls on the left in front of the housing development. Archie Anderson, Sr. was the secretary of the project at Twin City Negro Development Co.; Rawls was the president.

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A pocket watch, originally owned by Joseph Robert Jones who recieved the watch from his employer, the Great Northern Railway, in the 1920s.

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Marvin Anderson's first paycheck stub from his first job at Whirlpool. He worked as a general laborer and assembled the handles on all the vacuum cleaners.

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A color postcard showing the luxury car of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Lucius Archie Anderson, father of Marvin Anderson, is the waiter in the far right of the postcard.

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A large photo w/a wooden frame of Drum Corps of young black men in the Gymnasium of the Downtown Civic Center.

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Photograph of Readus Fletcher, Sr. with his Rondo Stryker Bus. He drove the Rondo Ave and Stryker bus, and he drove the street cars for Twin Cities Rapid Transit. The accompanying page discusses the debate and conversation surrounding the route of…

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World War II Projectionist Certificate U.S. Army for Mathew J. Russell of Rondo.

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Photocopy of The Helper Newspaper, Volume 11, No. 12
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