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Poster used by Jewish Vocational Society of St. Paul. Photographed on April 16, 1973.
Jim Younger after being captured, September 1876. His face and shirt are bloody from a bullet wound in his jaw he received during the shoot out outside Madelia. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.
Jimmy Durante (back left) and Mayor Hubert H. Humphrey sing along with two unidentified men, 1946.
Official Governor’s Portrait of John A. Johnson, 1907. Painted by artists Nicholas Richard Brewer.
Carte-de-visite photograph of John Albert Johnson, c.1878. Photograph by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.
John Albert Johnson, c.1893.
Portrait of the Reverend John F. Aiton and Mary Briggs Aiton, 1854.
John B. Bosch, leader of the Farmers' Holiday Association in Minnesota, c.1915.
John B. Sanborn Jr., c.1925.
Pastel drawing on paper made c.1900 of John Ball Brisbin, the St. Paul lawyer who defended Ann Bilansky in her 1859 murder trial, as he appeared c.1860.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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