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Playground of the Jewish Sheltering Home for Children in Minneapolis, c.1925.
Children playing on the playground of St. Paul’s Neighborhood House, 1937.
Playground of the State School, c.1915.
Bagone-giizhing (Hole-in-the-Day the younger) wearing Euro-American clothing, c.1860.
Pokegama falls, 1895. Eleven years after the original dam's completion.
Pokegama Sanatorium cottages, c.1920.
Police and strikers, 1934.
Police destroy an illegal alcohol still during Prohibition, 1925. Photographed by the St. Paul Daily News.
Police raid on slot machines, St. Paul, 1935. Photograph from the St. Paul Daily News.
Police with guns on a Minneapolis street during the strike, 1934.
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