Photograph of the front exterior of B'nai Abraham Congregation taken in 1922. The building, at the corners of Ninth Street and Thirteenth Avenue South in Minneapolis, was originally a Methodist church.
Dan Patch badge commemorating his world record mile time, c.1905.
Badly damaged house in St. Peter after the tornado.
Photograph of Bagone-giizhig (Hole-in-the-Day) the Younger, 1858.
Bags of Northrup, King and Company lawn seeds, February 14, 1935. Photographer: Norton and Peel.
1892 Republican National Convention ballot record.
Ojibwe bandolier bag made c.1900.
Bank of Red Wing bank note, signed by T.B. Sheldon, President, 1882 series.
Black and white photo print of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) leader Baptiste Lasallier (center) with Indian Agent Charles H. Mix (right) and an Indian supply merchant from New York (left), 1857.
Black and white photograph of the Ho-Chunk leader Baptiste Lasallier wearing a mix of American Indian and Euro-American clothing, c.1855.
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