Photograph of Willis A. Gorman

Willis A. Gorman

Photo of Willis A. Gorman, c.1861.

Black and white photograph of Willis A. Gorman, c.1861.

Willis A. Gorman

Willis A. Gorman, c.1861.

Willis Arnold Gorman, Brigadier General, First Minnesota Infantry

Willis Arnold Gorman, Brigadier General, First Minnesota Infantry

Willis Arnold Gorman, Brigadier General, First Minnesota Infantry, 1861. Photograph by Whitney's Gallery.

Color image of "Remember 'The WILLMAR 8' Chimera Theatre Nov. 12" button, 1980.

Willmar 8 button

"Remember 'The WILLMAR 8' Chimera Theatre Nov. 12" button, 1980.

Black and white photograph of the Willmar 8 on strike, c.1977

Willmar 8, striking bank employees in Willmar

Photograph of the Willmar 8's picket line c.1977.

Willmar 8, striking bank employees in Willmar

Willmar 8, striking bank employees in Willmar

Striking bank employees in Willmar, known as the Willmar 8, 1980. These women brought national attention to inequality in the workplace.

Black and white photograph of a window in the Arnold Nietfield house in Meire Grove.

Window head, Arnold Nietfield house

Photograph of a window in the Arnold Nietfield house in Meire Grove. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.

Black and white photograph of the interior of the Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1937.

Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis

Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1937.

Black and white photograph of Winneshiek II (second from left) and other Ho-Chunk leaders, c.1865.

Winneshiek II (second from left) and other Ho-Chunk leaders

Winneshiek II (second from left) and other Ho-Chunk leaders, at Fort Snelling, c.1865. The man third from the left is thought to be Waukon Decorah, a leader in Ho-Chunk diplomatic relations with the United States.

Black and white photograph of Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, c.1865.

Winneshiek II, Ho-Chunk leader

Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, c.1865.

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