Wild, Wild Wonderland

When Wonderland is opened to the public and its ten acres peopled with thousands enjoying themselves in various open air recreations, when the lights gleam from thousands of incandescents, when the band plays, cars flash up-and-down on the undulating surface of the scenic railway, boat dash down shoots into the …

The Hotel Majestic

In September of 1906 W.S. Dwinnel purchased the newly completed Hulett Block building. The lease was made for ninety-nine years. Exact terms were never announced, but the deal was negotiated by the firm Chase & Scanfeld for W. J. Mc Quaid, a St. Paul grocer who erected the building and …

The Funny Thing

This is the story of the mysterious “aminal” dragon that eats dolls. Kindly old Bobo will not stand by and allow the Funny Thing to devour the dolls of good children. He appeals to the dragon’s vanity and convinces the “aminal” to eat tail growing, blue point enhancing “jum-jills”. Bobo …