Black and white photograph of the interior of the Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1937.

Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis

Winkley Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1937.

Black and white photograph of Winneshiek II (second from left) and other Ho-Chunk leaders, c.1865.

Winneshiek II (second from left) and other Ho-Chunk leaders

Winneshiek II (second from left) and other Ho-Chunk leaders, at Fort Snelling, c.1865. The man third from the left is thought to be Waukon Decorah, a leader in Ho-Chunk diplomatic relations with the United States.

Black and white photograph of Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, c.1865.

Winneshiek II, Ho-Chunk leader

Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, c.1865.

Black and white photograph of Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, likely at Fort Snelling, 1863

Winneshiek II, Ho-Chunk resistance leader

Ho-Chunk leader, Winneshiek II, likely at Fort Snelling, 1863. Winnesheik II led Ho-Chunk resistance against the treaty of 1859. His band was the last to submit to removal from Minnesota.

Winnibigoshish Dam.

Winnibigoshish Dam

Lake Winnibigoshish dam after the first round of renovations, 1904.

Color image of the Winona Masonic Temple, c.1998.

Winona Masonic Temple

Winona Masonic Temple, c.1998.

Black and white photograph of Winslow Hotel and Seven Corners, 1861.

Winslow Hotel and Seven Corners, 1861

Winslow Hotel and Seven Corners, 1861.

Black and white photograph of Winslow Hotel, St. Anthony, c.1865.

Winslow Hotel, St. Anthony

Winslow Hotel, St. Anthony, c.1865. Visitors playing croquet. Until 1860, the Winslow Hotel was popular among vacationing Southern slaveholders, who often stayed there with their slaves. Eliza Winston came to the Winslow Hotel with her slaveholder, Richard Christmas, and his family.

Black and white photograph of Winslow House, St. Anthony, 1860.

Winslow House, St. Anthony

Winslow House, St. Anthony, 1860.

Black and white cabinet photograph of the Winter Carnival ice palace in St. Paul's Central Park. Taken in 1886 by Allen Swain.

Winter Carnival ice palace, Central Park, St. Paul

Cabinet photograph of the Winter Carnival ice palace in St. Paul's Central Park, 1886. Photograph by Allen Swain.

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