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Young girl standing next to an Elm in the distance at Long Meadow
View on Nicollet Creek
T.S. Roberts. Notes (Box 5, Folder 45)
T.S. Roberts. Natural History Correspondence (Box 13, Folder 140)
T.S. Roberts. Itasca Park notes (Box 5, Folder 46)
T.S. Roberts. Itasca Park bird lists, type written notes (Box 5, Folder 47)
T.S. Roberts. Itasca Park Bird List (Box 5, Folder 47)
Three young Kingbirds
Three young Kingbirds
Silver bass, crappie
Showy Lady's Slipper
Showy Lady's Slipper
Schoolcraft River south of Lake Plantagenet looking northeast toward Lake Plantagenet
Schoolcraft Island, Lake Itasca
Schoolcraft Island
Schoolcraft Island
Red-eyed Vireo, nest and eggs
Red-eyed Vireo nest
Record post on Morrison Hill between Elle Lake and Lake Itasca
Record post at the corner of Beltrami and Hubbard Counties
Pine Warbler's nest and young
Park House at Itasca
Orchid, Habenaria rotundifolia
Mr. Gibbs raising flag
Mississippi River just below Lake Itasca
Minnesota Ornithology Correspondence. Incoming (Box 69, Folder 647)
Middle of Nicollet Lake looking south
Middle of Nicollet Lake from Lind Trail, view of Nicollet Basin looking West
Lumberman's dam over the Mississippi River near outlet with Catherine Roberts
Lower beaver dam
Lower beaver dam
Lind Trail, Pines on Nicollet Heights overlooking middle of Nicollet Lake
Least Flycather's nest on birch against a black background
Least Flycather's nest, birch barck, against white background
Large Lady's Slipper
Landscape after logging operations near South end of Eastern arm of Lake Itasca
Lake Plantagenet looking east near outlet
Lake Itasca looking South from near North end of North arm with home on East bank
Lake Itasca looking south from near north end of north arm
Kingbird on dead stub
Kingbird and nest
Kingbird and nest
Junco standing on top of nest
Junco and young
Junco and young
Junco, adult bird large and good, young spoiled
Junco
John Korth residence, the first house on the Mississippi River
John Korth residence from east side of river
Itasca Post office with Carroll and Catherine Roberts