Location #7: New Ulm, Minnesota
Everyday life in New Ulm, Minnesota was documented by photographer Flip Schulke and his students at the University of Missouri’s Columbia School of Journalism. The photographers captured images of the town’s architecture as well as the daily lives of its citizens.
The town of New Ulm was founded in 1854 by German immigrants. How does today’s New Ulm still reflect this history? How has it changed? Send us your pictures.
- Location: Minnesota Street blocked off for "Crazy Days"
- Location: The Post Office in New Ulm
- Location: The Armory on Broadway Street
- Location: The Grand Hotel on Minnesota Street
- Location: The original Dr. Martin Luther College Building, used for Administration
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