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Minneapolis Aquatennial: Secondary Sources: Books & Articles

Secondary Sources

"Crowning Memories and Lost Images: The Aquatennial Queen of the Lakes," by Judy Mellin.
In Hennepin History, vol. 61, no. 3 (Summer 2002): pp. 4-34. 
MNHS call number: Reading Room F612.H52 H42 v.61:3

"Ahhhquatennial-- Fifty Fabulous Years," by John Baule.
In Hennepin County History, vol. 48, no. 3 (Summer 1989): pp. 23-27.
MNHS call number: Reading Room F612.H52 H4 v.48:3
Newcomer's Handbook for Moving to and Living in Minneapolis-St. Paul, by Elizabeth Caperton-Halvorson.
Portland, Ore. : First Books, 2006.
MNHS call number: F613.T15 S77 2006
Minneapolis-St. Paul : Linked to the Future, by Barbara Flanagan and Mary Ludington.
Memphis, Tenn. : Towery Pub., 1997.
MNHS call number: FOLIO F613.T15 F53 1997
Minneapolis/St. Paul Visitor : Dining Out, Shopping, History, Aquatennial, Sports, Winter Carnival, Sights to See, 1977 edition.
Reno, Nev. : Visitor Publications, 1976.
MNHS call number: F613 .T15 M57
Minneapolis, City of Opportunity; A Century of Progress in the Aquatennial City, 1856-1956.
Minneapolis, Minn.: T.S. Denison, 1956.
MNHS call number: F613.M3 M5

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