Black and white lithograph of Fort Snelling, showing additional buildings on the landing, 1830. Artist unknown.

Lithograph of Fort Snelling

Lithograph of Fort Snelling, showing additional buildings on the landing, 1830. Artist unknown.

Black and white lithograph print on paper of Swede Hollow, c.1936.

Lithograph of Swede Hollow, St. Paul

Black and white lithograph print on paper of Swede Hollow by Vera Andrus, c.1936.

Black and white photograph of a lithographer at work, 1938.

Lithographer at work

Lithographer at work, 1938.

Black and white photograph of Ho-Chunk leader Little Hill, who was one of his people's leading orators, c.1865.

Little Hill, Ho-Chunk leader

Ho-Chunk leader Little Hill was one of his people's leading orators, c.1865.

Living members of the Last Man's Club.

Living members of the Last Man's Club

Adam Marty with Peter Hall, John Goff, and Charles Lockwood surviving members of the Last Man's Club, c.1917.

Black and white photograph of Lizzie Schafman and Minnesota Gold Star Mothers upon sailing to France, July 1930.

Lizzie Schafman and Minnesota Gold Star Mothers upon sailing to France

Lizzie Schafman and Minnesota Gold Star Mothers upon sailing to France, July 1930. Used with permission of the New Brighton Area Historical Society.

Black and white scan of Lizzie Schafman’s cemetery card, ca. 1930. Used with permission of the New Brighton Area Historical Society.

Lizzie Schafman’s cemetery card

Lizzie Schafman’s cemetery card, ca. 1930. Used with permission of the New Brighton Area Historical Society.

Scan of Lizzie Schafman’s passport, 1930.

Lizzie Schafman’s passport

Lizzie Schafman’s passport, 1930. Used with permission of the New Brighton Area Historical Society.

Black and white scan of Lizzie Schafman’s pilgrimage invitation, ca.1929. Used with permission of the New Brighton Area Historical Society.

Lizzie Schafman’s pilgrimage invitation

Lizzie Schafman’s pilgrimage invitation, ca.1929. Used with permission of the New Brighton Area Historical Society.

Black and white scan of Lizzie Schafman’s “Identity Card” to use in France, 1930.

Lizzie Schafman’s “Identity Card” used in France

Lizzie Schafman’s “Identity Card” used in France, 1930. Used with permission of the New Brighton Area Historical Society.

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