Dr. William J. Mayo and Dr. Charles H. Mayo with President Franklin Roosevelt

Dr. William J. Mayo and Dr. Charles H. Mayo with President Franklin Roosevelt

Dr. William J. Mayo and Dr. Charles H. Mayo with President Franklin Roosevelt, Rochester, 1934.

Dr. William W. Mayo

Dr. William W. Mayo

Dr. William W. Mayo, c.1900.

Drawing by Leroy S. Buffington, Architect, for the state capitol building, St. Paul, ca. 1881. Photographed by Farr.

Drawing by Leroy S. Buffington, Architect, for the state capitol building

Drawing by Leroy S. Buffington, Architect, for the state capitol building, St. Paul, ca. 1881. Photographed by Farr.

Black and white drawing of Abigail Hunt Snelling, c.1875.

Drawing of Abigail Hunt Snelling

Black and white drawing of Abigail Hunt Snelling, c.1875.

Pastel drawing on paper of Adolf Dehn made by Wanda Gág, c.1915.

Drawing of Adolf Dehn

Pastel drawing on paper of Adolf Dehn made by Wanda Gág, c.1915.

Drawing of Crookston’s city hall as depicted in the “Souvenir Art Album 1874–1910.”

Drawing of Crookston city hall

Drawing of Crookston’s city hall as depicted in the “Souvenir Art Album 1874–1910.”

Fort Ripley, 1862. Pen and wash drawing made in 1864 by Corporal August Harfeldt, Third Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery.

Drawing of Fort Ripley

Fort Ripley, 1862. Pen and wash drawing made in 1864 by Corporal August Harfeldt, Third Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery.

Fort Ripley view from the north, 1864. Pen and wash drawing by Corporal August Harfeldt, Third Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery.

Drawing of Fort Ripley from the north

Fort Ripley view from the north, 1864. Pen and wash drawing by Corporal August Harfeldt, Third Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery.

Architectural drawing of the Minnesota Building, c.1928.

Drawing of Minnesota Building

Architectural drawing of the Minnesota Building, c.1928.

The North West Fur Post as it appeared during John Sayer's tenure as partner in the early nineteenth century. Drawn by David Geister, ca. 2000.

Drawing of North West Fur Post

The North West Fur Post as it appeared during John Sayer's tenure as partner in the early nineteenth century. Drawn by David Geister, ca. 2000.

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