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Cabinet photograph of Fredrick McGhee, c.1890. Photograph by Harry Shepherd.
Fredrick McGhee, ca.1910. McGhee was an attorney and civil rights leader in St. Paul. He led the effort to establish a chapter of the NAACP in Minnesota.
Frederick A. Scherf home, splattered with yellow paint, in reaction against Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr.'s speech, Red Wing, 1918.
Fredrick McGhee house, 665 University Avenue, St. Paul, c.1918.
Frederick McKinley Jones standing next to a truck outfitted with a mobile refrigeration unit, c.1950.
Frederick McKinley Jones and drafting team, c.1960. Image is from the Frederick M. Jones papers, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.
Frederick Spangenberg Sr., c.1900.
Frederick Spangenberg Sr. and family, c.1900.
Frederick Spangenberg House, St. Paul, c.1965.
The Swany White Flour Mill,1977. Photograph by Frame, Robert Murray III.
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