Black and white photograph of Frederick McKinley Jones and drafting team, c.1960.

Frederick McKinley Jones and drafting team

Frederick McKinley Jones and drafting team, c.1960. Image is from the Frederick M. Jones papers, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

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.

Black and white photograph of Frederick Weyerhaeuser, ca. 1900

Frederick Weyerhaeuser

Frederick Weyerhaeuser, ca. 1900

Fredrick L. McGhee

Fredrick L. McGhee

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

Freeport Mill.

Freeport Mill.

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

Color image of models participating in the Fresh Traditions VII Fashion Show, October, 2013.

Fresh Traditions VII Fashion Show

Models participating in the Fresh Traditions VII Fashion Show, October, 2013. Photographed by Andrew Xiong.

Color image of Friday prayer at Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque, 2015.

Friday prayer at Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque

Interior of Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque during a Friday prayer led by Imam Sharif Mohamed, 2015. The first floor of Dar Al-Hijrah consists of two large rooms covered wall to wall in soft rugs where hundreds of Muslims, mostly Somali and Oromo, come for their daily prayers. Friday afternoons are special prayer days and attract large crowds of worshippers.

Color image of a fringed and beaded Dakota bag with drawstring closure created in the 1930s for sale to tourists.

Fringed and beaded Dakota bag

Fringed and beaded Dakota bag with drawstring closure created in the 1930s for sale to tourists. The five left-facing swastikas rendered in beads are traditional American Indian (as well as Southeast Asian) symbols of peace and good fortune. Their use in this context pre-dates, and is unconnected to, Nazism.

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