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World War I-era Red Cross poster, c.1917.
Jose Sherwood, ca. 1918. Sherwood was a leading figure in St. Paul's African American community. He helped found the St. Paul chapter of the NAACP.
Joseph Anderson, 1863. Anderson claimed that the command was his, criticized the choice of campsite.
Photograph of Joseph Elsinger, founder of the Golden Rule department store and member of the board of the Crispus Attucks Home, undated.
Portrait of Joseph Gilbert, c.1925.
Joseph Godfrey, 1862. Drawing by Robert O. Sweeny
Portrait of Joseph Hancock.
Portrait of Joseph Hancock, 1904.
Joseph Renshaw Brown, c.1860.
Participants in the Treaty of Washington, including Henry Belland, Joseph Renshaw Brown, Nathaniel R. Brown, Antoine Joseph Campbell, and the Dakota leaders Wabasha and Mankato, 1858. Photographed by Charles DeForest Fredericks.
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