Woman standing wearing dark dress and an apron covered with buttons. A table showing her button collection on the right, 1930s or 1940s.
Susie Schmitt Hanson's millinery store, on the corner Main and Olive in Waconia.
Susie Schmitt Hanson pictured at age eighty-five with a birthday cake, c.1945.
Triple exposure of Susie Schmitt Hanson seated at a table : back to audience, standing behind table working and seated to right of table. Each exposure shows her in a different outfit.
Susie Stageberg, c. 1940
State Fair display swine, 1905.
Sybil Carter, c. 1890.
Sybil Carter with instructors and lace makers at Birch Coulee, c. 1896
Sylvanus Lowry, politician and supporter of slavery who fought against Swisshelm in St. Cloud.
T. Thomas Fortune, 1902. Fortune, a former slave, became a well-respected newspaperman and author. Among the reporters he employed was Ida B. Wells-Barnett.
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