On the third floor of Minnesota History Center in St. Paul, a large room is filled with artifacts and information which tell the story of the 150 people, places and things that were selected for the exhibit. The Minnesota Historical Society received more than 2,700 nominations for the 150 spots. Included in the final selection are an old snowmobile, a butterhead sculpture, photographs and videos, and even a Greyhound bus.
The exhibit opens Saturday, but MPR's Jim Bickal got in early to take a tour.
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