Frank Valesh (husband of Eva McDonald Valesh)

Frank Valesh (husband of Eva McDonald Valesh)

Frank Valesh (husband of Eva McDonald Valesh), c.1900.

Franklin Cook, Minneapolis.

Franklin Cook, Minneapolis

Franklin Cook, c.1880.

Franklin Cook, Minneapolis.

Franklin Cook, Minneapolis.

Franklin Cook circa, 1880.

Black and white photograph of Franklin J. Covell by the Split Rock Lighthouse lens.

Franklin J. Covell by the Split Rock Lighthouse lens

Photograph of first assistant (and eventual head light keeper) Franklin J. Covell standing next to the Split Rock Lighthouse lens c.1920.

Postcard featuring Franklin Elementary School, designed by Keck in 1908.

Franklin School, Crookston, Minnesota

Postcard featuring Franklin Elementary School, designed by Keck in 1908. The school was located at 517 South Ash Street in the Woods Addition (a neighborhood inside Crookston).

Black and white photograph of Fred Barker, 1931. Photographed by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

Fred Barker

Fred Barker, 1931. Photographed by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

Fred LeQuier, President of the International Workers Association.

Fred LeQuier, President of the International Workers Association.

Fred LeQuier, President of the International Workers Association and organizer of the Timber Workers Union c.1930. LeQuier (also spelled Lequier) was the first president of the Timber Workers Union, when it was affiliated with the American Federation of Labor.

Fred Veilleux, Ojibwe composer and musician talking with Gary Fife in the sound studio of MIGIZI's "First Person Radio"

Fred Veilleux and Gary Fife

Fred Veilleux, Ojibwe composer and musician, talking with Gary Fife in the sound studio of MIGIZI's "First Person Radio" at 2300 Cedar Avenue South, Minneapolis. Photograph by Randy Croce, 1983.

Black and white photograph of Fredrick McGhee, c.1910.

Frederick (or Fredrick) L. McGhee

Fredrick McGhee, ca.1910. McGhee was an attorney and civil rights leader in St. Paul. He led the effort to establish a chapter of the NAACP in Minnesota.

Black and white photograph of Frederick A. Scherf's home splattered with paint.

Frederick A. Scherf home, splattered with yellow paint, in reaction against Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr.'s speech, Red Wing.

Frederick A. Scherf home, splattered with yellow paint, in reaction against Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr.'s speech, Red Wing, 1918.

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