Charles Biederman – Red Wing, MN, 1976

Charles Biederman

Charles Biederman in Red Wing, MN, 1976. Gift of Gary Mortensen to the Weisman Art Museum.

Carte-de-visite photograph of Charles E. Flandrau taken by Whitney's Gallery in December of 1862. Flandrau served on the Minnesota State Supreme Court from 1858 to 1864.

Charles E. Flandrau

Carte-de-visite photograph of Charles E. Flandrau taken by Whitney's Gallery in December of 1862. Flandrau served on the Minnesota State Supreme Court from 1858 to 1864.

Black and white photograph of Charles E. Kiewel, ca. 1915.

Charles E. Kiewel

Charles E. Kiewel, ca. 1915.

Color image of Charles Flandrau monument, 2014.

Charles Flandrau monument

Grave marker of state supreme court justice Charles Flandrau in St. Paul’s Oakland Cemetery. Photographed by Paul Nelson on April 25, 2014.

Black and white newspaper image of Charles H. Miller, c.1917.

Charles H. Miller

Charles Miller was a founding member of the St. Paul NAACP and led the Sixteenth Battalion Drum Corps. Image is from the St. Paul Appeal, March 31, 1917.

Formal portrait of Charles Hausler

Charles Hausler

Formal portrait of Charles Hausler, ca. 1930. In David Vassar Taylor’s Cap Wigington: An Architectural Legacy in Ice and Snow (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2001), 19.

Charles Hausler

Charles Hausler

Formal portrait of St. Paul City Architect Charles Hausler, ca. 1917.

Charles Hausler

Charles Hausler

Charles Hausler, ca. 1920s. From the Minnesota Historical Society's Minneapolis Times photos and clippings collection (III.55), Box 2.

Charles Hausler

Charles Hausler

Charles Hausler, ca. 1930s. From the Minnesota Historical Society's Minneapolis Times photos and clippings collection (III.55), Box 2.

Charles Hausler House

Charles Hausler House

The house that Charles Hausler built for his family at 1734 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, in 1917. It was moved to 526 Grace Street in 1960. Photograph by Kenneth Wright Studios, ca. 1974.

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