Mattie McGhee (Mrs. Frederick McGhee)

Mattie McGhee (Mrs. Frederick McGhee)

Mattie McGhee, wife of Fredrick McGhee, c.1900. Photograph by Harry Shepherd.

Photograph of Mayer public school (District #73) c.1895. Teacher Thomas Burns stands with his students outside the one-room schoolhouse. Photograph Collection, Carver County Historical Society, Waconia.

Mayer public school

Photograph of Mayer public school (District #73) c.1895. Teacher Thomas Burns stands with his students outside the one-room schoolhouse. Photograph Collection, Carver County Historical Society, Waconia.

Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, c.1930.

Black and white photograph of Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 1915.

Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, c.1915.

Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, c.1928.

Photograph of members of the Fifth Minnesota in 1896

Members of 5th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry

Members of 5th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, c. 1896

Members of the 15th Minnesota Regiment boarding train for Camp Meade.

Members of the 15th Minnesota Regiment boarding train for Camp Meade.

Members of the Fifteenth Regiment boarding a train to Camp Mead.

Members of the 3rd Minnesota Regiment, Company F in camp at Nashville, Tennessee

Members of the 3rd Minnesota Regiment, Company F in camp at Nashville, Tennessee

Members of the 3 Minnesota Regiment, Company F in camp at Nashville, Tennessee.

Black and white photograph of members of the Afro-American Council, in session at St. Paul

Members of the Afro-American Council, in session at St. Paul

National Afro-American Council meeting, St. Paul, 1902. Booker T. Washington stands in the front row, hat in hand; McGhee stands two rows behind him. To Washington's left, Bishop Alexander Walters, then Ida B. Wells-Barnett. Over Walter's right shoulder, T. Thomas Fortune; over his left. W.E.B. Du Bois. Emmett Scott is behind Wells-Barnett.

Black and white photograph of members of the Home Guard, December, 1917.

Members of the Home Guard on Duty During the Twin Cities Rapid Transit Workers Strike

Members of the Home Guard, December, 1917. The Home Guard was created by an order of the Public Safety Commission after Minnesota's National Guard units were federalized. Though the Home Guard helped citizens in need, it was also used by the Minnesota Commission of Public Safety to break strikes and police the citizenry.

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