Brickyard factory in Chaska, MN circa 1913.
Cherstin Mattson, Hans Mattson's wife. Carte-de-viste c.1865.
Group of children at the Minnesota State Sanatorium, 1915. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.
Child patients at Ah-Gwah-Ching, the state tuberculosis sanatorium at Walker, 1915. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard. Sanatoria provided treatment and isolation to prevent transmission of the disease.
Students on the steps of Pipestone Indian Training School, 1893. The school formed its first baseball team in this year.
Chimneyless savusauna on an old homestead site near Markham, St. Louis County, c.1950. Photographer: Mesabi Daily News.
Chinese Bazaar at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis c.1935. Chinese Minnesotans like Woo Yee Sing and his wife Liang May Seen were prominently involved with Westminster's Chinese outreach programs.
Choir boys with palm leaves, Basilica of St. Mary, c.1940.
Six bullets retrieved from the Mill Springs Battlefield by George L. Gates, Co. A, Second Minnesota Volunteer Infantry.
Saxhorn used by Kelsey D. Chase, Co. K, Second Minnesota Volunteer Infantry.
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