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The playground at the Jewish Educational Center in St. Paul, 1946.
Playground of the Jewish Sheltering Home for Children in Minneapolis, c.1925.
Children playing on the playground of St. Paul’s Neighborhood House, 1937.
Playground of the State School, c.1915.
Bagone-giizhing (Hole-in-the-Day the younger) wearing Euro-American clothing, c.1860.
Pokegama falls, 1895. Eleven years after the original dam's completion.
Members of the Political Equality Club of Minneapolis, 1915.
Portrait of Charles Biederman.
Portrait of Dr. Mabel Ulrich, 1931. Ulrich headed the Minnesota Writersâe Program of the Works Progress Administration.
Oil on canvas portrait of Governor Rudy Perpich and First Lady Lola Perpich, painted in 2000 by Mark Balma.
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