How to see Minneapolis and St. Paul, Summer 1901
This brochure was distributed by the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railroad. Included were maps of the cycling routes in the Twin Cities.
“In Minneapolis most popular trips include Kenwood Parkway, the boulevards around Lake of the Isles, Lake Calhoun and Harriet and across to Minnehaha Falls and Fort Snelling, Minnehaha Park, Portland and Hennepin Avenues, and the east river bank from Washington to Marshall Avenue. The trip to Lake Minnetonka over a fine pathway is very popular and easy.”
“In St. Paul the most popular trips include boulevard[s] around Lake Como and trip to White Bear and Bald Eagle lakes; Summit Avenue to Minneapolis and Cleveland Avenue to Fort Snelling, reached also by West Seventh, and South Robert Street to South St. Paul. University Avenue path also connects the cities.”