A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
J. H. Thomas, head of the Grange in Young America, 1873.
Joseph Alfred Arner Burnquist, ca. 1913. Burnquist was governor of Minnesota from 1915 to 1921. He also served as president of the St. Paul chapter of the NAACP in the 1910s.
J.C. Burbank’s Residence, Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN. Engraving of the house from An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota, by A. T. Andreas, 1874.
J.E. Schroggins, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Red Wing, posed with his horse-drawn buggy, Red Wing, c.1900.
J.R. Watkins Company, Winona, 1956. Photographer: St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press.
J.R. Watkins Company, Winona. Administration building in foreground, c.1945.
Jack Baker and James Michael McConnell apply for a marriage license in Minneapolis, 1970.
Jack Baker’s poster for Student Body President campaign, 1971.
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