Black and white photograph of inmate believed to be Houston Osborne, c.1895.

Houston Osborne

Photograph identified as Phil Rice but likely of Houston Osborne, taken c.1895. Phil Rice and Houston Osborne were both clients of Fredrick McGhee; however, Phil Rice was white, so he is unlikely to be the man in this photograph. A photograph identified as Osborne from the same collection resembles a courtroom sketch of Rice, so it is possible the attributions were switched.
Image reproduced by permission of Minnesota State Archives.

Black and white image of headline from the St. Paul Pioneer Press regarding the near-lynching of Houston Osborne, June 3, 1895.

Houston Osborne newspaper headline

Headline and text of a news item published in the St. Paul Pioneer Press on June 3, 1895, describing Houston Osborne's near-lynching.

Black and white photograph of Howard Kahn, City Editor of the St. Paul Daily News (far right) with Webb Miller of United Press (center) and J. N. Jackson, President of the St. Paul Association

Howard Kahn, City Editor of the St. Paul Daily News (far right) with Webb Miller (center) and J. N. Jackson

Howard Kahn (far right), 1936. Through his editorial efforts, Kahn helped bring about the end of the layover agreement. Photograph by the St. Paul Daily News.

Hoyme Memorial Chapel

Hoyme Memorial Chapel

Hoyme Memorial Chapel was the location of the Christmas Festival for the first ten years.

Black and white photograph of Hubert H. Humphrey says goodbye to the Minneapolis Mayor's office after winning a seat in the U.S. Senate, November 30, 1948.

Hubert H. Humphrey says goodbye to the Minneapolis Mayor's office

Hubert H. Humphrey says goodbye to the Minneapolis Mayor's office after winning a seat in the U.S. Senate, November 30, 1948.

Black and white photograph of Hubert Humphrey, c.1968.

Hubert Humphrey

Hubert Humphrey, c.1968.

Black and white photograph of Hubert H. Humphrey reading from a pile of telegrams the day after winning a seat in the U.S. Senate, November 3, 1948.

Hubert Humphrey after winning election to the U.S. Senate

Hubert H. Humphrey reads from a pile of telegrams the day after winning a seat in the U.S. Senate, November 3, 1948.

Color image of Vice Presidential nominee Hubert Humphrey with President Lyndon Johnson on the way to a landslide victory, 1964.

Hubert Humphrey and Lyndon Johnson

Vice Presidential nominee Hubert Humphrey with President Lyndon Johnson on the way to a landslide victory, 1964.

Black and white photograph of Minneapolis Mayor Hubert Humphrey throws out the first pitch of a baseball game played by the Minneapolis Millers at Nicollet Park in Minneapolis on April 27, 1948.

Hubert Humphrey at a Minneapolis Millers game

Minneapolis Mayor Hubert Humphrey throws out the first pitch of a baseball game played by the Minneapolis Millers at Nicollet Park in Minneapolis on April 27, 1948.

Color image of a lunch box created in support of Hubert H. Humphrey's 1968 presidential campaign.

Hubert Humphrey lunch box

Lunch box created in support of Hubert H. Humphrey's 1968 presidential campaign.

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