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Josias King standing in front of a bronze statue patterned after his likeness, 1903.
Colt Model 1862 police revolver owned by Josias R. King.
Josias and Louisa King, c.1858.
Josias King, 1858.
Judge Charles E. Vanderburgh c.1872. Vanderburgh presided over the Eliza Winston court case in August 1860.
Judge Grier M. Orr, ca. 1917. Orr was an early member of the St. Paul NAACP.
Julia B. Nelson, the fifth president of the MWSA, c. 1903
Photograph of Julia B. Nelson c.1866.
Photograph of Julia B. Nelson, first president of the Minnesota Woman Suffrage Association, c.1903.
Photograph of Julia B. Nelson with a pupil, c.1865.
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