William Hamm Jr. talking with reporters after his safe return from kidnapping, 1933.
William J. Mayo, William W. Mayo, and Charles H. Mayo, c.1910.
William McAdam, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Winona, posed with his horse-drawn buggy in Rochester, c.1900.
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.
William R. Marshall, Colonel, Seventh Minnesota Infantry, c.1864.
William R. Merriam, c.1890.
William R. Merriam, c.1885. Photograph by George Prince.
William R. Merriam residence, 25 University, St. Paul, c.1888.
Official Governor's Portrait of William R. Merriam, 1890–1895. Painted by artist Adolf Muller-Ury.
William Spangenberg seated with friends in a hammock, with his parents Anna and Frederick in the doorway behind him, c.1900.
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