Color image of a dress worn by Mary T. Hill for portrait sitting, 1913.

Dress worn by Mary T. Hill for portrait sitting

Dress worn by Mary T. Hill for portrait sitting, 1913.

Color scan of a dressing gown worn by Mary T. Hill, c.1910.

Dressing gown worn by Mary T. Hill

Dressing gown worn by Mary T. Hill, c.1910.

Black and white photograph of driving piles for the Stockwood Fill, spring 1906.

Driving piles for the Stockwood Fill

Driving piles for the Stockwood Fill, spring 1906. View to northeast. Photographed by S. P. Wange, Hawley, MN.

Drs. Charles Horace Mayo and William James Mayo

Drs. Charles Horace Mayo and William James Mayo

Drs. Charles H. Mayo and William J. Mayo in the first operating room at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, 1904.

Black and white photograph of the American Legion drum and bugle corps on parade at state competition in Albert Lea, Minnesota, August, 1935.

Drum and bugle corps in Albert Lea

The American Legion drum and bugle corps on parade at state competition in Albert Lea, Minnesota, August, 1935.

Black and white photograph of the drum and bugle corps in pajama uniforms, 1930s.

Drum and bugle corps in pajama uniforms

Drum and bugle corps in pajama uniforms, 1930s.

Drummers from the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe provide accompaniment for a dance performed for Vice President Walter Mondale.

Drum circle, Red Lake Band of Ojibwe

Drummers from the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe provide accompaniment for a dance performed for Vice President Walter Mondale. Photograph by Robert McNeely, July 24, 1978.

Black and white photograph of Ella McCaffrey (left) and Jane Raudiff (right) at Albert Lea American Legion Convention, 1935.

Drum corps members at Albert Lea

Ella McCaffrey (left) and Jane Raudiff (right) at Albert Lea American Legion Convention, 1935.

Black and white photograph of Drummond Hall, c.1890.

Drummond Hall

Drummond Hall, which later became the Northeast Neighborhood House, c.1890.

Drumsticks

Drumsticks

Musician John Schaefer of the Eighth Minnesota, Company K used these drumsticks during the Civil War.

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