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Tobacco tin featuring images of Dan Patch, 1910s.
Dan Patch with driver Harry Hersey, 1906.
Dan Patch with his private train car, 1904.
Dan Patch's stable, c.1905.
Ojibwe black velvet dance costume shirt was probably made for Kay-zhe-baush-kung (Otto Bismark) of Walker, Minnesota. Purchased by Neal Barnard at the Leech Lake Reservation ca.1920.
Color postcard of the Dancing Pavilion at the Hotel Del Otero, c.1910.
Folk School building and Stone Hall building, Danebod campus, c.1910.
Danebod Lutheran Church, c.1950.
First Folk School building, c.1900.
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