William Colvill

William Colvill

William Colvill in 1904.

William Colvill's splint

Splint made of six pieces of wood nailed together. The splint was used to support the injured leg of Colonel William Colvill at the Battle of Gettysburg on 2 July 1863, during the Civil War. Colvill became the fifth and final colonel of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment on May 6, 1863 and was wounded several times (three times at Gettysburg), leaving him partially disabled for the rest of his life.

William Crooks, Colonel, Sixth Minnesota Infantry.

William Crooks, Colonel, Sixth Minnesota Infantry

William Crooks, Colonel, Sixth Minnesota Infantry, 1862–1864.

William D. Hale, Sergeant Major, Third Minnesota Infantry.

William D. Hale, Sergeant Major, Third Minnesota Infantry

This photo shows Hale as a lieutenant, c.1861. He became major of the Fourth United States Colored Artillery.

William D. Sweasy, 1916–1991

William D. Sweasy

William D. Sweasy, CEO Red Wing Shoe Company.

William De La Barre, engineer engaged by C. C. Washburn

William De La Barre

Photograph of William de la Barre at a writing desk, c.1875.

William DeLaBarre

William DeLaBarre

Photograph of William de la Barre in overcoat and hat, c.1885. Photographer: Stafford and Company.

William H. Illingworth (left) with group at Minnehaha Falls

William H. Illingworth (left) with group at Minnehaha Falls

Photograph of William H Illingworth (left) with a group at Minnehaha falls c.1865.

William Hamm Jr. talking with reporters upon his return

William Hamm Jr. talking with reporters after his safe return from kidnapping, 1933.

William J. Mayo, William W. Mayo, Charles H. Mayo

William J. Mayo, William W. Mayo, Charles H. Mayo

William J. Mayo, William W. Mayo, and Charles H. Mayo, c.1910.

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