Turnblad Mansion: In 1903 Swan J. Turnblad, a Swedish-American newspaper publisher, commissioned a 30 room mansion in Park Avenue, Minneapolis. After Turnblad's wife died in 1929, he and his daughter moved across the street and turned their former home into a museum creating the American Swedish Institute, which was housed in his former residence, as a place to preserve Swedish customs and culture.
Travel Booklet published in 1959 by the Swedish Tourist Traffic Association in collaboration with Scandinavian Airlines System - Swedish American Line & Swedish State Railways. via what makes the pie shops tick?
Genealogy | Augustana College. Named one of best undiscovered websites by Family Tree Magazine in 2005. Find lists of Swedish American churches, immigration, etc, etc. Can subscribe to this site and use their research service.
https://flic.kr/p/Qcg3yG | Ann Margret | Spanish postcard by Postal Oscarcolor, S.L., no. 336. Ann-Margret (1941) is a Swedish-American actress, singer and dancer, with a career that spans five decades. Her trademarks are her breathless voice, strawberry blonde hair and voluptuous figure which lead to the nickname 'sex kitten'. Ann-Margaret was born Ann-Margret Olsson in Valsjöbyn, Jämtland County, Sweden, to Anna Regina (Aronsson) and Carl Gustav Olsson, who worked for an electrical…