Portrait of Maria Louise Sanford from a program from a convocation in honor of her eightieth birthday

Portrait of Maria Louise Sanford from a program from a convocation in honor of her eightieth birthday

Portrait of Maria Louise Sanford from a program from the convocation honoring her eightieth birthday, 1916.

Black-and-white photograph of Wilbur Foshay and his wife Leota.

Portrait of Wilbur B. Foshay and his wife Leota

Wilbur Foshay and wife Leota pose for a photograph.

Postcard advertising Northrup, King and Company carnations

Postcard advertising Northrup, King and Company carnations

Postcard advertising Northrup, King and Company carnations, c.1915.

Postcard advertising Northrup, King and Company's Sterling Seeds

Postcard advertising Northrup, King and Company's Sterling Seeds

Postcard advertising Northrup, King and Company's Sterling Seeds, c.1912.

Poster for Sokol gymnastics festival

Poster for Sokol gymnastics festival

Poster for Sokol gymnastics festival at the fairgrounds, c.1938.

Poster from the State Board of Health

Poster from the State Board of Health

"Girls and Women, Sex and Health Exhibit" poster from the State Board of Health, undated.

Participants at a pow wow organized by the Prairie Island Dakota community and held on July 13, 1969. Photographed by Monroe P. Killy.

Prairie Island pow wow, 1969

Participants at a pow wow organized by the Prairie Island Dakota community and held on July 13, 1969. Photographed by Monroe P. Killy.

Premature infants who were kept in incubators at Wonderland Park, Minneapolis.

Premature infants who were kept in incubators at Wonderland Park, Minneapolis

Two babies at the Infantorium, c.1905. The one on the left has been in an incubator for some time while the one on the right is a more recent arrival.

Black and white photograph of President Lyndon Johnson, Senator Hubert Humphrey, Governor Karl Rolvaag and party at Minnehaha Falls.

President Lyndon Johnson, Senator Hubert Humphrey, Governor Karl Rolvaag and party at Minnehaha Falls.

President Lyndon B. Johnson visited the falls during a campaign stop, June 27, 1964. At left is Minnesota Governor Karl Rolvaag. Behind the president is Minnesota U.S. Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, whom Johnson would choose as his vice-presidential running mate later that summer.

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