A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
John L. Morrison, 1916. Morrison published the Duluth magazine Rip-saw, which prompted state officials to create the Public Nuisance Law debated in the case, Near v. Minnesota.
John Lind, 1899. Photograph by Charles Alfred Zimmerman.
John Lind, c.1885. Photograph by Dwight Bangs.
Official Governor’s Portrait of John Lind, 1902. Painted by Max Bohm.
John Lind 1898 gubernatorial campaign button.
John Lind 1896 gubernatorial campaign ribbon.
John Lind in his office, c.1920.
John Lind with his wife Alice and daughters Winifred and Jenny, c.1900.
John McGee, Minneapolis, 1918. Photograph by the Lee Brothers.
Map of North America drawn by John Mitchell, 1755.
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