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Ruins of car after fire, Kettle River Road, 1918.
Ruins of Masonic Temple, Cloquet, 1918.
Ruins of the Pettit, Zenith, and Galaxy Mills after Washburn A Mill explosion on the Mississippi Riverfront, 1878.
Ruins of Weber's residence after cyclone, Rochester. Stereograph by J. C. Cook, August 21, 1883.
Ruth Boynton, who would go on to direct the University of Minnesota Student Health Service from 1936 to 1961.
Ruth Melamond, Dr. Owen Wangensteen, and Luella Maslon at a Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary function, 1952. Dr. Wangensteen of University Hospitals was a supporter of Mount Sinai.
Portrait of Ruth Myers
Ry-Krisp Company, 824-830 Sixth Avenue Southeast, Minneapolis, c. 1925.
Political poster depicting Sidney M. Owen, the Farmers' Alliance candidate for governor, 1890.
Sacks of sugar produced by the American Crystal Sugar Company sit in a storage warehouse. Photographed by Norton & Peel on November 30, 1949.
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