Sister Kenny demonstrates her techniques, c.1942. Her pioneering physical therapeutic approach to polio first received a positive response at the University of Minnesota and later shaped the standard treatment for polio.
Sister Kenny Institute polio patients help Sister Kenny celebrate Institute's first birthday. December 1943.
Sister Kenny Institute staff helps Sister Kenny celebrate Institute's first birthday. December 1943.
In this brief radio documentary, MN90 producer Andi McDaniel learns how Aussie-Minnesotan Elizabeth Kenny revolutionized polio care.
Skyline from Prospect Park Tower looking over University Avenue to elevator district, Minneapolis, c.1925. Photographer: Charles P. Gibson.
Skyway near Sixth and Marquette, Minneapolis, c.1975.
Skyway in the Baker Building, Minneapolis, 2002.
Skyway leading to the Northstar Center, Minneapolis, 1969.
Skyway over Sixth Street, Minneapolis, 2002.
Slave quarters, Helena, Arkansas; taken while 6th Minnesota Volunteers were camped in Helena.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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