William McAdam, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Winona

William McAdam, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Winona

William McAdam, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Winona, posed with his horse-drawn buggy in Rochester, c.1900.

Black and white photograph of WIlliam Monroe Trotter, 1922.

William Monroe Trotter

William Monroe Trotter, 1922. Trotter was an early and energetic opponent of Booker T.Washington's and a persistent voice of protest who had trouble making and keeping alliances. He participated in the founding of the Niagara Movement and the NAACP.

Portrait photograph of William R. Marshall

William R. Marshall, Colonel, Seventh Minnesota Infantry

William R. Marshall, Colonel, Seventh Minnesota Infantry

William R. Merriam

William R. Merriam

William R. Merriam, c.1890.

William R. Merriam

William R. Merriam

William R. Merriam, c.1885. Photograph by George Prince.

William R. Merriam residence, 25 University, St. Paul

William R. Merriam residence, 25 University, St. Paul

William R. Merriam residence, 25 University, St. Paul, c.1888.

William Rush Merriam

William Rush Merriam

Official Governor's Portrait of William R. Merriam, 1890–1895. Painted by artist Adolf Muller-Ury.

William Spangenberg seated with friends in a hammock

William Spangenberg seated with friends in a hammock

William Spangenberg seated with friends in a hammock, with his parents Anna and Frederick in the doorway behind him, c.1900.

William W. Eastman

William W. Eastman

William W. Eastman, c.1890, one of the primary people responsible for the tunnel project.

William Williams in the county jail, 1905

William Williams in the county jail, 1905

Photograph of William Williams. Williams was tried, convicted, and executed for killing his estranged lover, Johnny Keller, and Johnny’s mother Mary. Photo taken by a St. Paul Dispatch photographer in the county jail on April 13, 1905. Image reproduced from microfilm at the Minnesota Historical Society with permission from the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

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