A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Minneapolis lawyer John Benson, founder of the law office that became Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid.
John Burns, Company F, Ninth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, 1863.
John Cameron House designed in 1918, 9 Benhill Rd., St. Paul. Photograph by Paul Nelson, October 5, 2014.
John Dillinger criminal file, c.1934.
John E. Merritt, 1920.
John E. Strauss Jr. and Sr. in skate shop, St. Paul, c.1939. Photograph by W. Allen Mortenson.
John E. Strauss Jr. sharpening a skate blade, St. Paul, 1940.
John E. Strauss Sr. in front of Strauss Skate Shop, 16 West Third Street, St. Paul, c.1925.
John E. Strauss Sr. inside Strauss Skate Shop, 16 West Third Street, St. Paul, 1925.
Photograph of John F. Vachon, a Minnesota native who became a photographer for the Farm Security Administration and later Look magazine. 1942.
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