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MISLS students Isami Osato and George Sakanari translate Japanese civil service regulations into English at Fort Snelling, c.1944.
Three members of the Minnesota Home Guard during the Streetcar workers strike of 1917. The stars they wear designate them as special deputy sheriffs of Ramsey County.
Members of the Sixteenth Battalion of the Minnesota Home Guard, c.1918. After petitioning the governor, African American citizens formed their own battalion in order to serve.
The St. Paul Curling Club at practice, 1940.
Curling at the St. Paul Curling Club, undated.
Curling club members receiving a trophy, undated.
Members of the St. Paul section of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1933. Pictured are Mrs. Segal, Mrs. Firestone, Mrs. Bronstein, and Mrs. Phillips.
Members of the Third Minnesota Regiment, Company F in camp at Nashville, Tennessee, 1862.
Members of the Minneapolis Workmen's Circle, c.1920. Forms part of the Sharron and Oren Steinfeldt Photography Collection, Theresa and Paul Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
Men and officers of the Sixteenth Battalion, Minnesota Home Guard, c.1918. Officers (L to R) are Capt. Orrington C. Hall and Lt. Thaddeus Stepp.
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