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Photograph of Cook’s Bay in Mound, c.1950. This is where the Andrews Sisters spent childhood summers. A portion of Maxene Andrews’s ashes were scattered here.
Joseph H. Volk in his Union Army uniform, Fourth Minnesota, Company C, c.1864.
Corn husking at the canning plant, c.1950.
A photograph of a street in Hibbing showing vacant lots where houses had already been removed, 1920.
Cottage C at the Minnesota State Sanatorium, 1913. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.
This image shows some of the many cottages built as part of the resort, to be rented out by guests.
Rights held by the CCHS.
Cotton bandana given to volunteers when the AIDS quilt was shown at the Metrodome, 1988.
Photograph of Count Rovigno at the foot of the White Iron Portage, Superior National Forest, 1922.
Count Rovigno (left) with an unidentified man, possibly Nicholas I, King of Montenegro. The image was originally printed in a December 3, 1922 issue of the Minneapolis Journal.
Count Rovigno (right) with an unidentified man, probably a participant in Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show. The image was originally printed in a December 3, 1922 issue of the Minneapolis Journal.
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