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James J. Hill house from rear, 240 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, c.1900. Photographed by Charles P. Gibson.
James J. Hill House, 240 Summit, St. Paul, c.1891.
Riding habit clothing worn by James J. Hill. Clothing made by Schaub Brothers, Inc.
James J. Hill with two engineers on the William Crooks train engine, 1908. Photograph by T.W. Ingersoll.
James J. Hill residence on Ninth and Canada, St. Paul, 1884.
Suit worn by James J. Hill. Suit made by Schaub Brothers, Inc.
James J. Hill Summit Avenue house under construction, 1890.
James J. Hill walking down street with overcoat flapping, c.1915.
James J. Hill warehouse on St. Paul's Mississippi River levee, c.1869.
James J. Hill (left) with his son, Louis W. Hill, 1912.
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