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Interior, St. Peter Claver Church, St. Paul, c.1916.
Downtown St. Paul at the intersection of Eighth and Robert Streets, c.1932.
Interstate 94 construction at Dale Street and St. Anthony, c.1966. Construction of I-94 in St. Paul displaced African American residents.
Map of interstate boundaries in Lake Superior ultimately fixed in 1947.
Streetcar station, Wildwood Amusement Park, c.1915.
Map of the boundaries of Iowa approved by Congress in 1845 but rejected by Iowa voters.
Irene Levine Paull (right) as a child with her siblings Sam and Etta, c.1915.
Irene Levine Paull testifying before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), July 2, 1963.
Iron lung patient and staff, Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis. c.1942.
Iron lung used at Kenny Institute. 'The Emerson Respirator' manufactured by the J.H. Emerson Co., Cambridge 40, MA, 1953. Juvenile size iron lung used at Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis, to treat polio patients.
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