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Thomas Lowry’s country estate in Monticello, Minnesota, 1910.
Thomas Lowry’s private streetcar, exterior, c.1912.
The tombstone of African American businessman Thomas Lyles in St. Paul’s Oakland Cemetery. Photographed by Paul Nelson on April 25, 2014.
Thomas Parke Gere, First Lieutenant and Adjutant with the Fifth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry. Medal of Honor Recipient, c.1863.
Portrait of Thomas Wilson, 1899.
Three Egekvist Bakery store clerks, 1947.
Three members of the school police; note their signs, badges, and Sam Browne belts, c.1933.
Photograph of the exterior of Tifereth B’nai Jacob Congregation at 810 Elwood Avenue in Minneapolis. Taken by the Minneapolis Star Journal Tribune in 1948.
Photograph of the exterior of Tifereth Israel Synagogue in Duluth. Tifereth Israel merged with Temple Emanuel in 1969 to form Temple Israel.
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