Fairborne’s Fabulous Fair Food Finder, a new on-line food search engine at www.mnstatefair.org.
The Blue Ribbon Bargain Book
The CHS Miracle of Birth Center just east of the Coliseum.
Ramsey County Poor Farm.
The first flight in Minnesota history.
September 5, 1955. Robert Karklin received a wristwatch and silver trophy for being the fair’s millionth customer.
1,790,497 people attended the fair in 2009.
Little Farm Hands at the Fair, located off of Lee Avenue on Machinery Hill.
Teddy Roosevelt, his “Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick” speech in 1901.
John Phillip Sousa.
At the X-Zone, located at the corner of Underwood Street and Murphy Avenue.
Family Fair at Baldwin Park.
On Last Chance Day, an annual Labor Day promotion held in honor of the last day of the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Brooks and Dunn have won the award 12 times.
The Arts Center and the Progress Center, both built in 1907.
1899; It consisted of an hour of harness racing followed by a massive fireworks show.
2002! Visit the Foundation at the J.V. Bailey House south of the Space Tower or www.msffoundation.org
Race horse Dan Patch, who set numerous records at the State Fair track in the early 1900s.
The Polio epidemic.
1932; Lady Pride produced 35,625 pounds of milk and 1,483 pounds of butter in a year. The average production per cow in the US was 4,000 of milk and 170 pounds of butter.
Alabama has performed 18 times in 13 years.
Coolidge, Eisenhower, Harding, Teddy Roosevelt, Taft.
The fried candy bars.
F. Scott Fitzgerald.
"Minnesota’s Largest Senior Stretch and Stroll" held annually on the second Thursday of the Minnesota State Fair.
Ye Old Mill, built in 1913.