Color scan of an invitation to the ceremony on February 10, 1991, that reactivated the Thirty-fourth Division.

Invitation to Thirty-Fourth Division Reactivation Ceremony

Invitation to the ceremony on February 10, 1991, that reactivated the Thirty-fourth Division. The Forty-seventh “Viking” Infantry Division was redesignated as the Thirty-fourth “Red Bull” Infantry Division—exactly 50 years after the Thirty-fourth was activated for what became World War II. The personnel and organizational structure remained the same; only the name and number was changed. Original invitation held by the Minnesota Military Museum.

Map of the boundaries of Iowa approved by Congress in 1845 but rejected by Iowa voters.

Iowa boundaries approved by Congress, 1845

Map of the boundaries of Iowa approved by Congress in 1845 but rejected by Iowa voters.

Irene Paull as a child with her siblings

Irene Paull as a child with her siblings

Irene Levine Paull (right) as a child with her siblings Sam and Etta, c.1915.

Irene Paull Testifying Before HUAC

Irene Paull Testifying Before HUAC

Irene Levine Paull testifying before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), July 2, 1963.

Iron lung patient and staff, Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis.

Iron lung patient and staff, Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis

Iron lung patient and staff, Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis. c.1942.

Iron lung used at Kenny Institute

Iron lung used at Kenny Institute

Iron lung used at Kenny Institute. 'The Emerson Respirator' manufactured by the J.H. Emerson Co., Cambridge 40, MA, 1953. Juvenile size iron lung used at Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis, to treat polio patients.

Iron lung used at Kenny Institute

Iron lung used at Kenny Institute

Iron lung used at Kenny Institute. 'The Emerson Respirator' manufactured by the J.H. Emerson Co., Cambridge 40, MA, 1953. Juvenile size iron lung used at Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis, to treat polio patients.

Color image of a rimmed miner's helmet worn by Adam Shapic circa 1910-1930s

Iron miner's helmet

Rimmed miner's helmet worn by Adam Shapic circa 1910–1930s. Shapic worked in iron mines near Virginia, Minnesota, until he was injured in a mining accident that left him paralyzed.

Black and white photograph of a group of miners at Ironton, 1925.

Ironton miners

Group of miners at Ironton, 1925.

Color print of the Dakota leader Ishtakhaba (Sleepy Eye)

Ishtakhaba (Sleepy Eye)

Print of the Dakota leader Ishtakhaba (Sleepy Eye), 1987. Print by Tre-Mar Photography

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