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Motor Corps officer, Chet Walker, nicknamed "the Army," during a recruiting tour in Red Wing, Minnesota, 1918.
Motor Corps vehicles at Camp Lakeview, Lake City, Minnesota, September, 1918. An estimated $300,000 worth of automobiles were present. Photograph from Minnesota Historical Society Sound and Visual Collection II.4
Relief workers unloading coffins from Motor Corps vehicles after the fires of 1918.
Motor Corpsmen presenting arms at Camp Lakeview, Lake City, Minnesota, September, 1918. Photograph from Minnesota Historical Society Sound and Visual Collection II.4.
Motorette Helen Murphy at the Snelling Station, Snelling and University Avenues, St. Paul, about 1945.
Motorette Helen Murphy, St. Paul, 1946.
A streetcar operated by a motorette in Willernie, c.1945.
Motorettes Marie Hagen (left), Bernice Nelson, and Verna Fox at Lake Street Station, Twenty-first Avenue South and Lake Street, Minneapolis, 1945.
Mount Sinai Hospital, 1962.
Luncheon for the Mount Sinai Auxiliary, 1952.
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