George H. Crosby home, Duluth.

George H. Crosby home, Duluth

George H. Crosby House, Duluth. Designed by I. Vernon Hill, 1902.

Black and white photograph of George Henry Hazzard, 1889.

George Henry Hazzard

George Henry Hazzard, 1889.

Black and white photograph of George L. Hoage, 1924.

George L. Hoage

George L. Hoage, 1924. Hoage was supply officer for the Sixteenth Battalion, Minnesota Home Guard.

Black and white photograph of George Morrison and Hazel Belvo, 1976.

George Morrison and Hazel Belvo

Morrison and Hazel Belvo, 1976. Photograph by Victor Bloomfield.

Color image of George Powers monument, 2014.

George Powers monument

The tombstone of George Powers, a hospital steward who served with the First Minnesota Heavy Artillery Regiment.

Black and white photograph of George W. Cass, c.1875.

George W. Cass

George W. Cass, c.1875.

Black and white photograph of George W. Manypenny, commissioner of Indian affairs, c.1860.

George W. Manypenny

George W. Manypenny, commissioner of Indian affairs, c.1860.

Black and white photograph of the Gerlach family at their home during a civil defense drill,1956.

Gerlach family civil defense drill

The Gerlach family at their home during a civil defense drill,1956. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gerlach are shown with their children Margaret (age 15), Steve (age 13), Monica (age 11) and Barbara (age 8).

Black and white photograph of German prisoners of war operating farm equipment in Moorhead, ca. 1943–1945. Used with the permission of the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County.

German prisoners of war doing farm work in Moorhead

German prisoners of war operating farm equipment in Moorhead, ca. 1943–1945. Used with the permission of the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County.

Black and white photograph of German prisoners of war outside a farm building in Moorhead, ca. 1943–1945. Used with the permission of the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County.

German prisoners of war in Moorhead

German prisoners of war outside a farm building in Moorhead, ca. 1944–1945. Used with the permission of the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County.

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