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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.
Cass Gilbert's wife Julia F. Gilbert, 1880–1885
Julia Ann Sears, c.1872.
Civil rights leader Julian Bond and Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton confer at a rally held to demonstrate opposition to Minnesota Marriage Amendment 1. Photographed by Bobak Ha’Eri on June 19, 2012.
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