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Joseph J. Thorne () was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Peters, and died in Ramsey County. So, maybe there is more to those cornfields than meets the eye. story by Julie Laura Colbert, senior in Psychol- ogy, helps Steve Peter, junior in LAS, with a Russ Tomes, Drew Coxhead, Doug Brown, Dave Lau; Fifth Row: Mike. coat- uvv:xvu1:sc from/of Peter-oni 'Peter's coat' .. 'The bird is flying over the cornfield.' Shuswap ikn´ 'upper Compare also Georgian met'- 'more' + -i ( nominative ending), Korean d - isang 'more on xvc-:sc-cox head 'He is not clever.

Swedenborg claimed, most forcefully in The Delights of Wisdom Concerning Conjugial Love English translations, that sexual relations between the spiritual bodies of husband and wife would continue in heaven. Exaggerated perspective cannot account for the small size of the figures right and left of the central adults since all three pairs are roughly on the same picture plane.

The presence of affectionate children, however, does not disrupt a Swedenborgian context. Probably for reasons of pictorial format, in the final version of the design Blake has separated the pairs rather than bundling them in a heap, but he may be presenting a Swedenborgian family reunion beyond the grave.

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Faber and Faber, These two addresses may be alternative ways of locating the same establishment. According to the federal census, Houston Vrooman was born in Minnesota, lived in St. Paul, was employed as trainman for a steam railroad, and had a household that included his wife, Nellie Vroomanwho was born in Iowa to parents born in Wisconsin and in Norway. Vrooman died in Ramsey County. Oakland Cemetery Association records indicate that Oscar Swanson resided at this address in The federal census indicates that Otto J.

Grossmana car repairer employed by a railroad and the head of household, who was born in Wisconsin to parents who were born in Wisconsin, and his wife, Agnes Grossmanwho was born in Wisconsin to a father who was born in Scotland and a mother who was born in Canada, and Chris Rassmussenan iceman employed by an ice company and the head of household, who was born in Wisconsin to parents who were born in Denmark, his wife, Josephine Rassmussenwho was born in Wisconsin to a father who was born in Norway and a mother who was born in Norway, his daughter, Lorrain Rassmussenwho was born in Wisconsin, and his daughter, Lois Rassmussenwho was born in Wisconsin, all resided at this address.

The city directory indicates that Henry J. Ferodowill, a body builder employed by the Ford Motor Company, and his wife, Lillian Ferodowill, Christ Rasmussen, a laborer, and his wife, Josephine Rasmussen, all resided at this address.

Ford declined to pursue farming and left home in for the nearby city of Detroit, Michigan, to work as an apprentice machinist with James F. Inhe returned to the family farm, became adept at operating the Westinghouse portable steam engine, and was later hired by Westinghouse company to service their steam engines.

Ford married Clara Ala Bryant in and supported his wife and two children, Edsel Bryant Ford and a Chinese adoptee, by farming and running a sawmill. InFord became an engineer with the Edison Illuminating Company, became its Chief Engineer ininvented a self-propelled vehicle named the Quadricycle in and completed a second gasoline powered vehicle with Thomas Edison's blessing in Backed by Detroit lumber baron William H.

Murphy, Ford founded the Detroit Automobile Company inbut the company failed in Harold Wills, Ford designed, built, and successfully raced a 26HP automobile inprompting Murphy and the other Detroit Automobile Company stockholders to form the Henry Ford Company in latewith Ford serving as chief engineer, but left the company in when Henry M.

Leland became a consultant and it was renamed the Cadillac Automobile Company. Ford and Alexander Y. The Model T was introduced in Ford's network of local independent dealers made the car avaialable in virtually every city in North America and, byhalf of all cars in America were Model T's. InHenry Ford turned the presidency of Ford Motor Company over to his son Edsel Ford and the pair began buying back all of the company's stock.

The Ford Model A was introduced in and was produced through Although he historically had paid a premium wage and attracted the best available mechanical talent, Ford was adamantly against labor unions in his plants and to forestall union activity, promoted Harry Bennett, a former Navy boxer, to run an internal security unit that employed various intimidation tactics to squash union organizing.

Ford was the last Detroit automaker to recognize the United Auto Workers union, doing so in Oscar Swanson died in Ramsey County. Ferodowill operated a bicycle repair shop at 86 West Seventh Street in The current owner of record of the property is Loren O. Built in according to Donald Empson; John Krantz, builder. The house was built for Louis Berenbach. The city directory indicates that Louis Berenback, a machine operator for the O'Donnel Shoe Company, resided at this address.

The federal census indicates that Louis Berenbacha stitcher employed by a shoe company and the head of household, who was born in Strausburg, Germany, to parents who were born in Strausburg, Germany, who emigrated to the United States inand was naturalized inand his wife, Emelia Berenbachwho was born in Ohio to a father who was born in Saxony and a mother who was born in Hamburg, Germany, resided at this address.

The city directory indicates that this address was vacant, that Louis J. Berenbach and his wife, Irmgard E. Louis Berenbach died in Ramsey County.

Berenbach was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Schmell, and died in Ramsey County. KrantzEmelia Berenbachand John A.

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Krantz all died in Ramsey County. Krantz was born outside of Minnesota and died in Ramsey County. The current owner of record of the property is Catherine Olmstead. It has one chimney. The house once was Emma Street, but was renumbered and renamed in a prior revision in the city street name and numbering system. The house was the first house built on the block and was located on the edge of the bluff.

It was constructed by Julius Boedecker, who was a brick mason. The city directory indicates that Julius Boedecker, a bricklayer, resided at the rear of this address. The property was subsequently owned by Charlie Howe, who was the operator of the Bell Express Company, a two horse and one wagon freight express company that operated primarily to shuttle baggage trunks to or from the railroad station. The city directory indicates that Charles H. Howe was proprietor of The Bell Express, a business located at Walnut, and resided at this address.

The city directory indicates that Charles C. Howe resided at this address. The federal census indicates that Charlie H. Howea self-employed expressman and the head of household, who was born in Minnesota to parents who were born in Ohio, his wife, Anna Howewho was born in Minnesota to a father who was born in France and a mother who was born in Italy, his daughter, Rose M.

Howewho was born in Minnesota, and his son, Charles H. Howea who was born in Minnesota, all resided at this address. Howe and his wife, Anna Howe, resided at this address. Inthe house was owned by the Callan family. Howe died in Washington County, Minnesota. Howe was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Colburn, and died in Hennepin County. Anna Howe was born outside of Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Simile, and died in Hennepin County.

The current owner of record of the property is Daniel C. Built in according to Empson. The house was built by Joseph Slipka for his larger family. The city directory indicates that Albert J. World War I veterans Frank E. Slipka, and Frank E. Slipkaa Private, resided at this address in Paul, had blue eyes, dark brown hair, and a dark complexion, was 5' 4" tall, was a musician at induction, served in the American Expeditionary Force in France, was a musician employed by Oscar R.

Ericksen at the Arcadia Hall after the completion of service, and was unmarried, resided with his mother, Mrs. Joseph Slipka, at this address. The city directory indicates that Anna Bernatsky the widow of Alb Bernatsky, boarded at this address. The federal census indicates that Joseph H. Slipkaa cabinet maker employed by a box company and the head of household, who was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, who emigrated to the United States inand who was naturalized inhis wife, Rosa A.

Slipkawho was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, who emigrated to the United States inand who was naturalized inhis son, Frank E. Slipkaa musician who was employed in a theatre and who was born in Minnesota, his daughter, May E.

Slipkaa seamstress who was employed by a furrier and who was born in Minnesota, his son, Fred G. Slipkaa motorman who was employed by a street railroad and who was born in Minnesota, and his mother-in-law, Anna Bernatskywho was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, all resided at this address. The city directory indicates that Mrs. Rose Slipka, the widow of Joseph H.

Slipka, a bookbinder, and his wife, Katherine Slipka, all resided at this address. Joseph Slipka resided at Blair Street in Slipka, Rose Slipka, Albert J. Slipka, and Fred Slipka. Rose Bernatskythe daughter of Albert A. Bernatsky and Anna Bernatsky, was born in Bohemia and died in St. Slipka was born in St. Paul, married Adeline Karkosch, and the couple had three children, Joseph A. SlipkaGeorge A. Slipka -and Marie Slipka Rose Slipka was born in St.

Paul, married Leo Nageland the couple had one child, Lawrence Nagel. Paul, married Rose Fierstand the couple had one child, Edward Slipka.

Paul, married Joseph Scharfbillig, and the couple had one child, Richard Scharfbillig. Fred Slipka was born in St. Slipka died in Ramsey County. Slipka was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Bernosky, and died in Ramsey County. Slipka was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Bernatsky, and died in Ramsey County.

Slipka was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Fried, and died in Ramsey County. Rose Slipka was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Burger, and died in Dakota County, Minnesota. Rose Slipka died in Ramsey County. Slipka had a mother with a maiden name of Bernatsky and died in Ramsey County.

Paul publisher during the 's and the early Twentieth century. The current owner of record of the property is Sylvia G. The structure is a one story, square foot, seven room, three bedroom, one bathroom, brick house, with a detached one car garage.

The house was built by Joseph Slipka, a Czech-born builder, and was the original house for the Slipka family. The city directory indicates that George J.

Carey, an engineer, resided at this address. The reverse city directory indicates that Albert J. Slipka resided at this address while the alphabetical city directory indicates that Albert J. Slipka resided at St. The current owners of record of the property are Diane M. Sommers and Ronald L. The house was built by Lumier J. InJoseph J. The federal census indicates that Henry C. McLeana conductor employed by a railroad and the head of household, who was born in Minnesota to parents who were born in Wisconsin, and his wife, Jane McLeanwho was born in Minnesota to a father who was born in Ireland and a mother who was born in Wisconsin, both resided at this address.

The city directory indicates that Joseph J. Scharfbillig, a switchman, and his wife, Mae E. Scharfbillig, resided at this address. Klima was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Ceska, and died in Washington County, Minnesota.

Scharfbillig was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Orth, and died in Ramsey County. The previous owner of record of the property was Tad Kastman and the current owner of record of the property is Candace J. Candace Eck, who runs re: The house was built for Charles Bazel, who was a tailor. The Slama family purchased the property inthe same year that the second story and the porch were added to the house.

The city directory indicates that Frank R. Slama was an operator at the C. Gotzian Company and resided at this address. The federal census indicates that Frank R. Slamaa policeman employed by the St. Paul Police Department and the head of household, who was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, who emigrated to the United States in and was naturalized inhis wife, Anna Slamawho was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, his son, Clarence F. Slamaan auto mechanic who was employed in a garage and who was born in Minnesota, his son, Edwin J.

Slamaa grinder who was employed in an optician's shop and who was born in Minnesota, and his sister-in-law, Barbara Kasala stitcher who was employed in a shoe factory and who was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, all resided at this address. Slama, a clerk employed by the First National Bank, and his wife, Alma Slama, resided at this address. Slama died in Ramsey County. The current owner of record of the property is Valerie A.

Bump is the author of inspirational poetry and short stories, is a lyricist, is the president of the Mississippi Valley Poets, is the corresponding secretary of the League of Minnesota Poets, is the former secretary of the Minnesota Music Academy, and was inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry in The structure was moved to this address in from the Anker Hospital site.

The city directory indicates that Frank J. Doyle, a driver employed by Bucka Brothers, resided at this address. The federal census indicates that Frank J.

Doylea driver employed by a grocery store and the head of household, who was born in Minnesota to parents who were born in Minnesota, his wife, Sophia Doylewho was born in Wisconsin to parents who were born in Bohemia, and his son, Bernard J. Fleckensteinwho was born in Minnesota, all resided at this address.

The city directory indicates that Joseph Basta, a watchman employed by J. John Ayd built the only grist mill in Reserve Township in John Kaydon Ayd was a German immigrant and his grist mill could grind up to 22 sacks of corn a day. Clair Avenue, and Randolph Avenue in Inthe St.

Paul Board of Park Commissioners began making plans to turn the mill site into a park, but the depression made financing of the transformation nearly impossible.

The mill building still stood in Paul instead opened the connection to IE. McKenna, second vice president, J.

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Hiland, third vice president, E. McKinlay, assistant secretary, C. Ferry, assistant secretary, W. Geddes, assistant secretary, Frederic G. Ranney, treasurer, John McNab, assistant treasurer, W.

Winne, general auditor, and J. Ogden Armour, Frank S. Earling, Peter Geddes, Charles W. Harkness, Frederick Layton, Herman S. Rockefeller, William Rockefeller, Henry H. Rogers, and John A. Stewart, members of the board of directors. The Chicago, Milwaukee, St.

Hill railroads into the Burlington Northern, failed to implement a Pacific expansion, de-electrified its line just before the petroleum crisis, was restrucutered between andand was sold to the Soo Line Railroad in Joseph Basta was born outside of Minnesota and died in Ramsey County.

Marie Basta was born outside of Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Jelinik, and died in Ramsey County. James Joseph Basta was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Vojta, and died in Ramsey County.

InJohn Ayd was an early landowner in this part of St. Clair Avenue, and Randolph Avenue, and later built a mill. Paul from the mid to late 's.

Fred WeberFred R. Weberand Fred Weber died in Ramsey County. Weber was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Snyder, and died in Hennepin County. Weber was born in Minnesota and died in Hennepin County. Paul that traveled through the north part of the Merriam Park section of St. Paul, roughly along the path of the old oxcart trail.

Picture of the Ayd Mill and a picture of the Ayd house. The current owners of record of the property are H. Cochrane, who reside in Mendota Heights, Minnesota. McMillan for Lincoln Avenue. The house was built by Rudolph Schneider, who resided at Michigan Street. Dolan, a foreman for the St.

Schneider died in Ramsey County. Dolan died in Ramsey County. Dolan was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Snell, and died in Hennepin County. The current owner of record of the property is John B. The structure is a two story, square foot, nine room, two bedroom, two bathroom, stucco house, with a detached garage. The house was moved to this location from the Ancker Hospital site in and was owned by the Smolik-O'Mansky families from to The city directory indicates that August Smolik, a tailor, resided at this address and that Cecil Smith, a seamstress, and Edward Smith, a tinner, both boarded at this address.

The federal census indicates that August Smolika tailor employed by a tailor shop and the head of household, who was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, who emigrated to the United States inand who was naturalized inhis wife, Catherine Smolikwho was born in Bohemia to parents who were born in Bohemia, who emigrated to the United States inand who was naturalized inhis daughter, Francis Smolika seamstress who was employed in a tailor shop and who was born in Minnesota, his son, Edward Smolika sheet metal worker who was employed in a tin shop and who was born in Minnesota, and his daughter, Cecelia Smolikwho was born in Minnesota, all resided at this address.

Kath Smolik, Marcus M. Omanski, a carman, and his wife, Cecelia Omanski, all resided at this address. Katherine Smolik died in Ramsey County. The previous owner of record of the nonhomesteaded property was Christopher W. The city directory indicates that Mr. Clark resided at this address. Thornton resided at this address. The city directory indicates that William F. Micka, a clerk employed by the U. Customs Service, and his wife, Elizabeth Micka, resided at this address.

The house was owned by the Micka family in Rachel Kaul, a member of the St. Paul Central High School Class ofresided at this address in Micka was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Dvahos, and died in Ramsey County. Micka was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Chalupa, and died in Ramsey County. The current owners of record of the property are Colleen M. Arons and David F.

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The house was moved from Harrison Avenue in The current owners of record of the property are Debera J. Treaner and Edith A. The house was built for Abel Middents. Charles Bloeser resided at this address in World War I veteran Arnold C. Blaeser resided at this address in Mihiel, and the Argonne Forest, was disabled in France with a wound to the left leg, was unemployed after the completion of service, and was unmarried, resided with his mother, Mary C.

Bloeser, at this address. The city directory indicates that Arnold C. Thorne, a rackman, and his wife, Emily E. Thorne, resided at this address. Maria "Mary" Middentswas born in Germany, married Charles Bloeseralso born in Germany, and was an interior decorator inand the couple had two children, Charlotte A.

Straueland Arnold Bloeser Peterson, maintained a small office in the Architects and Engineers Building in Minneapolis untilcontinued to do drafting work for both Purcell and for Elmslie after their partnership ended, worked in the same WPA office as John Jager from toheld a brief wartime job with a chemical company, and then took a staff position with the Minneapolis City Planning Commission from which he retired in Thorne was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Peters, and died in Ramsey County.

The Meuse-Argonne was "probably the bloodiest single battle in U. The current owner of record of the rental property is Donald H. Howland, who resides in Oakdale, Minnesota. Built in according to Ramsey County property tax records.

The property is one story, square foot, industrial building. The structure was built by the Lauer Brothers Construction Company as a storage building. The current owner of record of the property is Timothy J. Timothy Patterson directs Associated Organbuilders, which provides complete service and maintenance of pipe organs in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Timothy Patterson obtained a B. InAssociated Organbuilders restored the solid state control system at the Church of the Sacred Heart in Robbinsdale, Minnesota, in a system that was damaged by lightning storm, restored the chimes and action at St.

Mark's Lutheran Church in St. Paul, restored the computer control system and releathered regulator in Choir division at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in St. Paul, and restored the lightning damaged computer control system at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Minneapolis. Clair Avenue and West St. Built in according to Empson ; Gingerbread in style. The structure is a one story, square foot, seven room, four bedroom, one bathroom, one half-bathroom, brick house, with a detached garage.

The house was built for Louis Steffanous, who was a driver for the Lauer Brothers Construction Company, and is located back-to-back with his brother's house on Emma Street. Mary Steffanus resided at this address. Halla Sergeant, resided at St. Mary Steffanus died in Ramsey County. Hall was born in Minnesota and died in Ramsey County.

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The current owner of record of the property is Roxy L. The structure is a two story, square foot, eight room, three bedroom, two bathroom, two half-bathroom, brick house, with a detached garage. Inthe home was moved by its owner and builder two blocks to its present site to make it closer to the construction site of Henry Lauer's monumental "Lauer Flats.

Henry Lauer died in Ramsey County. The Lauer Brothers construction business, of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, inbuilt the locally quarried stone house that was the replacement building for William Steffanus' initial log cabin in Portage County, Wisconsin. The Lauer brothers were both stone cutters in the 's. Lauer was born outside of Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Stephamus, and died in Ramsey County.

Lauer had a mother with a maiden name of Steffanus and died in Ramsey County. The current owner of record of the property is Laurel J. Rosa Lauer and H. Lauer both resided at the former nearby St. Lauer resided at the former nearby St. Oakland Cemetery Association records indicate that Jeanette M.

Severs resided at the former nearby St. Clair Avenue in Lauer, the widow of Henry Lauer, resided at the former nearby St. Clair Avenue, that Frank Hrachovina, a painter, and his wife, Katherine Hrachovina, resided at the former nearby St. Clair Avenue, and that Rudolph J. Huspek, a carman employed by the Omaha Shops, and his wife, Bessie Huspek, resided at the former nearby St. Frank Hrachovina died in Ramsey County.

Huspek was born in Minnesota and died in Ramsey County. The structure is a two story, square foot, 11 room, six bedroom, two bathroom, one half-bathroom, frame double house. Joseph Bourgeault resided at this address. Loss, a proofreader employed by the Capitol Press, Ladislaw J.

Loss, a clerk employed by the St. Paul Casket Company, James J. Miscera, a car washer employed by Standard Brands, Inc. Stem and was built in Paul Casket Company in its time reportedly was considered to be the finest casket factory in America. Paul Casket Company also had a manufacturing plant in North St.

Paul, Minnesota, in the early 's. Loss was born outside of Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Hytieh, and died in Ramsey County. Loss was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Smetka, and died in Ramsey County. Loss was born outside of Minnesota and died in Ramsey County. Miscera was born in Minnesota, had a mother with a maiden name of Florian, and died in Ramsey County.

The previous owner of record of the property was the Energy Resource Center and the current owners of record of the property are Donald A. Edrington and William C. Edrington, who reside at Grand Avenue. It also has a two story bay window on the east side of the house and a small second floor porch.