A "sneak preview" of a watercolor sketch by Alfred Sully, painted in 1856 from the front steps of the St. Louis Hotel and looking toward old Fort Snelling can be viewed at: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~white067/ The Sully sketch is one of 16 paintings, drawings and photographs in the exhibit.

Senator Wellstone's office is in the Court International building (formerly the International Harvester building) at 2550 University Ave. West, Suite 100 North, which is on the southwest corner of the Highway 280 and University Ave. intersection.

Camp Coldwater: The Birthplace of Minnesota

Public exhibit at the Twin Cities office of Senator Paul Wellstone in the Court International Building 2550 University Avenue West, Suite 100N (at University and 280) July and August 2001, M-F, 8-5 Open House July 17, 5-7
Nestled in the trees along the river, sandwiched between public buildings and highways, is a unique and singularly beautiful historic area, a place to be treasured and preserved, a place sacred to Native Americans and the site of first settlement in the Minnesota region.
Reproductions of sixteen historic paintings, drawings, and photographs record some of the characteristics that make Camp Coldwater so important.

For more information call Turnstone Historical Research, 651-310-0601