Photo and caption by Megan Suckut
Atop the Mill City Museum in Minneapolis, one can view the last remaining flour separating bags of the 1880 flour mill that was once the largest in the world. A 1991 fire nearly destroyed the old mill, but the top floor, accessible by a grain elevator, escaped the damage. Mills like this are the reason Minneapolis is on the map, and people like these are the reason such historical landmarks are preserved for future generations to enjoy and learn from.
Location: Mill City Museum, Minneapolis, MN