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"Mr. Lowry, Having No Cash to Put in it, Uses the Office Safe for a Coal Bin." Minneapolis Journal, April 15, 1889.
Mrs. Star, oil-on-canvas painting by Elsa Jemne, 1926.
Composite image of “Native Girl Lost,” a four-panel painting by Chicano artist Jimmy Longoria. The painting was created and installed in 2015 as a direct-contact inkjet original in the offices of the Bush Foundation in St. Paul.
Northern Minnesota Lake, watercolor on paper by Adolf Dehn, 1950.
"Nothing to Arbitrate." Minneapolis Journal, April 13, 1889.
"On the Motor – the New Conductor Announcing the Streets." Minneapolis Journal, April 20, 1889.
Paris at Night, undated. Etching on paper by Clara Mairs.
Portrait of An Indian Woman, oil-on-canvas painting by Elsa Jemne, 1926.
"Prosperity" prior to restoration, August 1994. Photographed by Linda A. Cameron
Provencale Landscape, c.1933. Oil on board by Clement Haupers.
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