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A crowd of striking workers assembled during the Street Railway Company strike in St. Paul, 1917.
Frank Wostrel's hardware store, left side of the image, where the first floor exploded during the cyclone, dropping the second level to the ground, 1904. Part of the first floor walls can be seen just to the left of the building.
Street view after cyclone, Rochester.
An advertisement for a concert at Wildwood, c.1920.
Striking lumberjacks standing near strike headquarters, Marenisco, Michigan, 1937. The Minnesota Timber Workers Union sent its organizers to coordinate the Michigan strike.
Machinery at work stripping overburden for ore on the Mesabi Iron Range c.1905.
Students at the St. Paul Talmud Torah, 1930.
Three female students studying in the library, Mankato Normal School, c.1900.
Autographed studio portrait of Florence Macbeth, 1917.
Superintendent's Cottage at the Minnesota State Sanatorium, 1913. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.
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