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Photo Courtesy of Photo Associates - Art Fleming owner/photographer - Elks Lodge and Ben Pay Hotel at the corner of Hickory and Second Streets

ARTchitecture – The Elks Lodge

The Elks Lodge in Mankato, located at the corner of Hickory and 2nd Streets was a grand structure from the time it was built in 1911 to the time it burned in 1977
Mount Kilimanjaro and its three volcanic cones, Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira, is a dormant volcano in Tanzania and the highest peak in Africa

Dan Lee – Climbing for a Cause

Dan Lee loves adventure but he also loves helping others find their adventures too. After recently climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, he's moving on to the Cotopaxi Volcano in Ecuador but it's always for a cause!
Photo by Rick Pepper - Aerial view of Veterans Memorial Bridge looking south

Mankato New Construction – Aerial Photo Album

Rick Pepper offers some aerial photos of new construction in Mankato
Photo by Rick Pepper - Triple Falls above the Blue Earth River

Working For An Ecologically Sound Southern Minnesota – The Blue Earth Project

The Blue Earth Project seeks to influence Southern Minnesota towards a more sustainable environmental future
Civil War Cannons

The Corn Crib Party – Civil War Heroes from Blue Earth County – Part...

On February 15, 1863, Company H of the 2nd Minnesota Infantry made up of soldiers from the Mankato area found themselves in a difficult situation with the most honorable result! This is the record of the men after the war.