What Minnesota’s Twin Cities Looked Like In The 1930s May Shock You. Minneapolis Especially.
In the late 1930s Minneapolis and St. Paul were the center of the milling industry that was rapidly starting to crumble, and beginning to look like the cities we know now. We’re taking a look back in time so we can marvel at how much these cities have changed and grown since then. It’s crazy to see how Minneapolis in particular changed so much in the last 85 years.
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What memories do you have of the Twin Cities in the past?
Minnesota staff writer for Only in Your State and owner of Minnesota blog NorthGuide.co, I'm a Minneapolis transplant who loves my cats, camera, and local coffee. On the weekends I'm usually exploring the North Shore or making my way through the list of Minnesota's State Parks. Want to talk about MN or ask me a question? Tweet me @sotafiedjo!
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