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Big Apple Grocery - ApplebaumsFebruary 8, 1966 ad for the grand opening of the Big Apple Grocery at Cedarvale.
Millwork BarnOctober 28, 1969 Minneapolis Star ad for Millwork Barn, Eagan.
Bluff Carpet EaganOctober, 1969 - Bluff Carpet, located in what was once Harolds and the Milk Depot in Eagan.
Cedarvale announced August 25, 1965 Minneapolis Star Tribune, plans for Cedarvale announced.
Joe Reid - Eagan Historical SocietyEagan historian and volunteer Joe Reid center and his cousins present a history of Eagan one room schools - 2022.
Tom Egan, County Commissioner 2019County Commissioner Tom Egan, from Eagan. He served on County Board since 2005
Tom Kennealy (Eagan)The Tom and Mary Kennealy farm at Highway 13 and Silver Bell Road.
Tom Kennealy barn in Eagan 1977A landmark in Eagan is being torn down at the former Thomas E. Kennealy farm, Highway 13 and Siver Bell Road. The barn is being removed as part of the project involved in a million yard soil removal and replacement for the new Cedar Avenue freeway and bridge.
Tom Kennealy farm EaganTom Kennealy on his tractor at his farm in Eagan. This was also his parents farm - Richard and Catherine.
Thomas SlaterSon of James and Margaret Slater, lived with wife Helen on Cedar Avenue.
Changes around CedarvaleThis building was next to Eagan's former dairy and other businesses on Beau d' Rue Drive. in process of demolition - year unknown
Historic Eagan Town Hall restores to old glory 2016March 24, 2016 -Dakota County Tribune reports: Restoration of Eagan Old Town Hall is complete after arson severely damaged the building three years ago.
Event marks Eagan Town Hall's century, and its near demise 2014September 7, 2014 St. Paul Pioneer Press reports: An event marking the centennial of Eagan's Town Hall will be held. But, it will also mark the one year anniversary of the fire that nearly destroyed the white and green wooden building...
Lone Oak Tree renderingThe 1977 Eagan Community telephone directory cover features the historic Lone Oak Tree.
Lone Oak Tree site and Trinty Lone Oak Lutheran ChurchThe Lone Oak tree is a key part of Eagan's history. A plaque at Lone Oak Lutheran Church tells the history of the tree. Also that the oak planted in 1983 to the left of the plaque serves as a symbol of that tree.
Lone Oak Tree sculptureJames Brenner created the Lone Oak sculpture outside the City Hall, 2019.
City of Eagan saves historic treeKnown as the Grandfather Tree project, efforts were made to move and save a century old tree from the Rahn property
and move it to the Commuity Center grounds.
Lone Oak Tree sculptureThe Lone Oak tree, the symbol of Eagan as sculpture outside the City Hall 2019.
Unique slide installation approved for EaganJune 12, 1969 - Minnesota Valley Sun -

The Big Slipper is being erected this week behind Cedarvale...
Sperry Univac - Unisys history in EaganIn 2011 the Dakota County Historical Society agreed to establish a permanent exhibit of items from Unisys in Eagan.
Valley Lounge Eagan May, 2107Established in 1931 and being remodeled by new owners.
Work begins on Valley National Bank (Date needed)Construction to start on new Eagan bank to be located near Highway 13 and Cedar Avenue.
Valley House Supper ClubThe Valley House Supper Club, on Highway 13 - 1.5 miles south of the Mendota Bridge, ad 1962.
The Valley HouseThe Valley House, located on Highway 13 in Eagan, heading toward Mendota.
Valley House to open1957 - Valley House to open in Eagan on Highway 13.
Valley Lounge Eagan May, 2017Interior during remodeling 2017.
Valley Lounge Eagan May, 2017Back view of the Lounge during remodeling 2017.
Valley Lounge July, 2017New owners remodeling the long time Eagan business located at 3385 Sibley Memorial Highway and established in 1931.
Valley Lounge August, 2017Remodeling continues on the Valley Lounge in Eagan.
Valley Lounge August, 2017Remodeling continues on the Valley Lounge in Eagan.
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