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Minnesota Art & Ephemera

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Oct 29
9am to 4pm
Oct 30
10am to 3pm

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Really nice group of Minnesota regional art and great collection of vintage photos and ephemera. Lots of Excelsior, Lake Minnetonka, and Duluth / North Shore items ! Most of this collection has passed down from the estate of R.D. Handy and Vera (Mason) Handy - Excelsior and Duluth residents. R.D. Handy was a well known graphic artist / cartoonist for the Duluth News Tribune in the early 1900s. He also penned and illustrated a wonderful Paul Bunyan book. Also, a Gustav Stickley library table, an Old Hickory armchair and more. So much fun - don't miss this one!

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