Group of patients, State Sanatorium

Group of patients, State Sanatorium

Group of patients at the Minnesota State Sanatorium, 1915. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.

Black and white photograph of Seventh Minnesota veterans, 1905.

Group of Seventh Minnesota Veterans

Seventh Minnesota Volunteer Infantry veterans photograph at a reunion, 1905.

Group of students at Hamline University, Red Wing, c.1861

Group of students at Hamline University, Red Wing

Group of students at Hamline University, Red Wing; Margaret Fraser Sumner in back row with braids, c.1861

Color image of children and adults during a picnic. Photograph by Charles Chamblis, ca. 1985.

Group on a picnic

Children and adults during a picnic. Photograph by Charles Chamblis, ca. 1985.

Color image of group prayer during the purchase of a building for Dar Al-Hijrah, 2006.

Group prayer

In 2015, Imam Sharif Mohamed, Abdisalam Adam, and other leaders of Dar Al-Hijrah mosque raise their hands in prayer after the remodeling of their building following a devastating fire.

Black and white photograph of a group touring Northwest Experiment Station.

Group touring Northwest Experiment Station

Farmers and local residents were invited to annual visiting days to learn about the latest research.

Black and white photograph of Minnesota Home Defense squadron which took over Sell Airfield in 1941.

Guards at Sell Airfield

Minnesota Home Defense squadron that took over Sell Airfield in 1941.

Black and white photograph of guardsmen arriving by train for annual field training at Camp Ripley in 1938.

Guardsmen arrive by train for training at Camp Ripley

Guardsmen arrive by train for annual field training at Camp Ripley in 1938.

Black and white photograph of Doris Matzke being presented with a bouquet at a Crookston BPW club breakfast, September 22, 1957.

Gudveig Norseth, Doris Matzke, and Betty Ohman

Doris Matzke is presented with a bouquet at a Crookston BPW club breakfast, September 22, 1957.

a gum tree mortar made by a Civil War soldier

Gum-tree mortar barrel

Mortar barrel made from the trunk of a gum tree and bound with iron bands. The mortar was made by a member of the Seventh Minnesota Infantry Regiment and used during the siege of Spanish Fort, Alabama, part of the March–April 1865 campaign against Mobile.

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