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Black and white photograph of Franklin J. Covell by the Split Rock Lighthouse lens.

Franklin J. Covell by the Split Rock Lighthouse lens

Photograph of first assistant (and eventual head light keeper) Franklin J. Covell standing next to the Split Rock Lighthouse lens c.1920.

Fred LeQuier, President of the International Workers Association.

Fred LeQuier, President of the International Workers Association.

Fred LeQuier, President of the International Workers Association and organizer of the Timber Workers Union c.1930. LeQuier (also spelled Lequier) was the first president of the Timber Workers Union, when it was affiliated with the American Federation of Labor.

Frederick (or Fredrick) L. McGhee

Frederick (or Fredrick) L. McGhee

Cabinet photograph of Fredrick McGhee, c.1890. Photograph by Harry Shepherd.

Frederick (or Fredrick) L. McGhee

Frederick (or Fredrick) L. McGhee

Fredrick McGhee, c.1910.

Black and white photograph of Frederick A. Scherf's home splattered with paint.

Frederick A. Scherf home, splattered with yellow paint, in reaction against Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr.'s speech, Red Wing.

Frederick A. Scherf home, splattered with yellow paint, in reaction against Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr.'s speech, Red Wing, 1918.

Frederick McGhee house, 665 University Avenue, St. Paul

Frederick McGhee house, 665 University Avenue, St. Paul

Fredrick McGhee house, 665 University Avenue, St. Paul, c.1918.

Frederick Spangenberg Sr.

Frederick Spangenberg Sr.

Frederick Spangenberg Sr., c.1900.

Frederick Spangenberg Sr. and family

Frederick Spangenberg Sr. and family

Frederick Spangenberg Sr. and family, c.1900.

Frederick Spangenberg, 375 Mount Curve, St. Paul

Frederick Spangenberg, 375 Mount Curve, St. Paul

Frederick Spangenberg House, St. Paul, c.1965.

Freeport Mill.

Freeport Mill.

The Swany White Flour Mill,1977. Photograph by Frame, Robert Murray III.

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