a gum tree mortar made by a Civil War soldier

Gum-tree mortar barrel

Mortar barrel made from the trunk of a gum tree and bound with iron bands. The mortar was made by a member of the 7th Minnesota Infantry Regiment and used during the siege of Spanish Fort, Alabama, part of the March-April 1865 campaign against Mobile.

Black and white photograph of gym class at the State School, 1912.

Gym class, Owatonna State School

Gym class at the State School, 1912.

Black and white photograph of a Halloween party for the pre-kindergarten class at the Jewish Educational Center in St. Paul, 1937.

Halloween party for the pre-kindergarten class at the Jewish Educational Center

Photograph of a Halloween party for the pre-kindergarten class at the Jewish Educational Center in St. Paul, 1937.

Hamline University, Red Wing

Hamline University, Red Wing

Hamline University, Red Wing, c. 1865

Hamline University, Red Wing, c.1863.

Hamline University, Red Wing, c.1863.

Hamline University, Red Wing, c.1863.
Image courtesy of the Goodhue County Historical Society

Hand-painted pendant art original

Hand-painted pendant art original

Hand-painted pendant made by Henrietta Barclay Paist between 1920 and 1929.

Handicraft Guild, 89 South Tenth, Minneapolis

Handicraft Guild, 89 South Tenth, Minneapolis

Handicraft Guild, 89 South Tenth, Minneapolis, c.1909. Photographer: Elgin R. Shepard.

Black and white photograph of Hanford L. Gordon, c.1867.

Hanford L. Gordon

Black and white photograph of Hanford L. Gordon, c.1867.

Hans Mattson

Hans Mattson

Hans Mattson. Photograph by Joel Emmons Whitney c.1864.

Hans Mattson

Hans Mattson, Daguerreotype c.1863.

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