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r. and Mrs. Yee Sing Woo while on their honeymoon at the Columbia Exposition in Chicago, Illinois. 1893.
Mr. and Mrs. Yee Sing Woo. Wedding portrait. Photograph by George M. Dempsie, c.1893.
Mrs. Cornelius and son standing by their log house, homesteaded in 1912.They were resettled as part of the Beltrami Island reforestation project. Photographed by Paul Carter for the Farm Security Administration in 1936.
Photograph of Mrs. Emile Amblard, c.1910.
Jane Grey Swisshelm, c.1860.
Mrs. John Schmitt and family. Mrs. Schmitt sitting on chair in center with children all around her. Susie Schmitt Hansen, row two, far right, c.1895.
Susie Schmitt Hanson is seated wearing a light-colored long-sleeve floor-length dress.
Photograph of the interior of Mud Lake School (District #33) in rural Watertown taken during the late 1880s. Photograph Collection, Carver County Historical Society, Waconia.
An aerial view of the Mudcura Sanitarium near Shakopee.
A view of the main sanatorium building, which included twenty-seven bedrooms for up to fifty guests, a cigar and newsstand, a smoking room, and a barbershop.
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