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L to R: Eugene McCarthy, Orville Freeman, Eugenie Anderson, 1958.
Sarah Hubbard Heywood Folwell, Charles M. Loring, and William Watts Folwell, with Margaret and Fritz Chute, 1915.
Adam Marty, second from left at a Grand Army of the Republic event, 1905
La Pointe, Madeline Island, Lake Superior, Wisconsin, c.1905.
Lace makers at Leech Lake, 1906.
Lace makers at Morton.
Lace Makers at the Redwood Mission, Morton, 1897.
1939 photograph by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration.
Lafayette School, 1917. Image from Aronovici, Carol. Housing Conditions in the City of Saint Paul. St. Paul: Amherst H. Wilder Charity, 1917, 80
Lafayette School, corner of Kentucky and Fenton, the only public school in the Flats, c.1921.
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