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A. P. Cook House, Duluth. Designed by I. Vernon Hill, 1900.
A. A. Baker, member of the Minnesota Home Guard, 1917. The star he wears designates him as a special deputy sheriff sworn in during the Streetcar Workers Strike.
A.B. Lyman transports Grimm alfalfa seeds from his farm, Alfalfadale, near Chanhassen, c.1902–1910.
Rockne seated at his senate desk, c.1940.
Political poster with slogan, "A.O. Eberhart for United States Senator," 1916.
A.W. Jesperson, salesman for Watkins' Remedies of Minneapolis, posed with his horse-drawn buggy, Princeton, c.1900.
More curling at the St. Paul Curling Club, c.1955.
Curling on the Mississippi River, c.1891.
Ada Village Hall, c.1998.
Adam Marty in fire fighter uniform, undated.
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