"Remember 'The WILLMAR 8' Chimera Theatre Nov. 12" button, 1980.
Photograph of the Willmar 8's picket line c.1977.
Striking bank employees in Willmar, known as the Willmar 8, 1980. These women brought national attention to inequality in the workplace.
Photograph of a window in the Arnold Nietfield house in Meire Grove. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.
Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1937.
Winneshiek II (second from left) and other Ho-Chunk leaders, at Fort Snelling, c.1865. The man third from the left is thought to be Waukon Decorah, a leader in Ho-Chunk diplomatic relations with the United States.
Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, c.1865.
Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, likely at Fort Snelling, 1863. Winnesheik II led Ho-Chunk resistance against the treaty of 1859. His band was the last to submit to removal from Minnesota.
Lake Winnibigoshish dam after the first round of renovations, 1904.
Winona Masonic Temple, c.1998.
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