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Highway trucks delivering grasshopper poison to farmers, 1938.
Hiker on rocky hill in Lake Vermilion–Soudan Underground Mine State Park. Photograph by Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Staff, October 30, 2007.
A promotional photo taken early in Hilda Simms’s acting career, c.1940.
Hilda Simms (right) posed with one of her younger sisters, Laura, c.1955.
Hilda Simms (left) posed for a promotional photo for Life Magazine, ca.1945.
Hilda Simms posed for a photo in her dressing room, c.1943.
A promotional photograph of Hilda Simms for the film Black Widow, 1954.
Hilda Simms surrounded by her mother, several of her siblings, and nephews, c.1955.
Hilda Simms with her mother, Lydia Moses, during a photo shoot for Life Magazine, c.1950.
Hilda Simms with Earl Hollman and other actors from the Harlem Theater in New York City, c.1943.
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