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Adults and children walk through the entrance of the J. E. C., c.1940. One of the principle founders of the Center, businessman and philanthropist George Kaplan, is at center in the brimmed hat.
Entrance to Winslow House, St. Anthony. 1860 photo by William H. Jacoby.
Eric Norelius, Swedish-American clergyman.
Ernest Sperry House, 2163 Iglehart, St. Paul designed in 1908. Photograph by Paul Nelson, September 29, 2014.
Eugenie Anderson, 1951.
Eugenie Anderson leaving Christiansborg Palace with Lord Chamberlain after presenting credentials to King Frederick IX, 1949.
Eugenie Moore Anderson, c.1966.
"The European Seminar, July-August, 1938." Itinerary pamphlet cover and pages 1–2. From the Arthur Brin and family papers (1891–1988) in the Manuscript Collection of the Minnesota Historical Society.
"The European Seminar, July-August, 1938." Itinerary pamphlet, pages 1–2. From the Arthur Brin and family papers (1891–1988) in the Manuscript Collection of the Minnesota Historical Society.
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