Martha George Rogers Ripley

Martha George Rogers Ripley

Martha George Rogers Ripley, c.1868.

Photograph portrait of Martin Webb. He is seated in a chair with his legs crossed and he is wearing his uniform.

Martin L. Webb, Private, Fourth Minnesota Infantry, Company D

Martin L. Webb, Private, Fourth Minnesota Infantry, Company D.

Marvel Cooke

Marvel Cooke.

Black and white photograph of Marvelous Minnesota display at Dayton’s, 1955.

Marvelous Minnesota Display

Marvelous Minnesota display at Dayton’s, 1955.

Black and white portrait of Mary Gibbs, commissioner of Itasca State Park and the first woman in the U.S. to hold the position of park commissioner, 1903.

Mary Gibbs

Mary Gibbs, commissioner of Itasca State Park and the first woman in the U.S. to hold the position of park commissioner, 1903. Photographer unknown.

Black and white photograph of Finnish immigrant Mary Harju Paavola, 1925.

Mary Harju Paavola

Finnish immigrant Mary Harju Paavola, 1925.

Black and white photograph of Mary L. Griggs, daughter of Theodore and Mary Griggs, 1931. Photographed by Kenneth M. Wright Studios

Mary L. Griggs

Mary L. Griggs, daughter of Theodore and Mary Griggs, 1931. Photographed by Kenneth M. Wright Studios

Black and white photograph of Mary Livingston Griggs, c.1936. Photographed by Charles H. Wiebmer.

Mary Livingston Griggs

Mary Livingston Griggs, c.1936. Photographed by Charles H. Wiebmer.

Black and white photograph of Mary Mehegan Hill speaking at a St. Paul event marking the fiftieth anniversary of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment’s departure for Civil War duty, 1911.. Hill presented a duplicate of an old Regimental flag to the group.

Mary Mehegan Hill

Mary Mehegan Hill speaking at a St. Paul event marking the fiftieth anniversary of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment’s departure for Civil War duty, 1911. Hill presented a duplicate of an old Regimental flag to the group.

Black and white photograph of Mary Mehegan Hill and James J. Hill, 1915.

Mary Mehegan Hill and James J. Hill

Mary Mehegan Hill and James J. Hill, 1915.

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