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Dr. George Jacob Gordon, founder of the Minneapolis Talmud Torah and instructor in therapeutics and obstetrics at Hamlin University, c.1935.
A family portrait of Dr. Henry P. Fischer and family.
Henry Longstreet Taylor, c.1917. Photograph by Golling Studio.
Dr. Louis A. Fritsche, c.1920.
Dr. Martha George Rogers Ripley, c.1905. Photograph by Marcus W. Owens.
Martin Luther King and his wife, Coretta Scott King, with Vice President Hubert Humphrey, c. late 1960s.
Dr. Moses Barron, c.1930. Barron was instrumental in founding Mount Sinai Hospital in Minneapolis.
Dr. Obadiah D. Howard, Sergeant in the Sixteenth Battalion of the Minnesota Home Guard and his grandson, Howard Maxwell, 1918.
Color photograph by John Vachon for the Office of War Information. April 1943.
Dr. Thomas R. Potts, c.1855. Potts was the assistant surgeon and medical purveyor at Fort Snelling during the Civil War.
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