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Children playing on top of a car after the Halloween Blizzard, 1991. Photograph by Marlin Levison, Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Children trick-or-treating during the Halloween Blizzard, 1991. Photograph by Brian Peterson, Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Children's theater group at the Phyllis Wheatley House, ca. 1960.
Children’s barber shop, c.1926.
The tombstone and grave of Philip Harris, buried in St. Paul’s Oakland Cemetery in 1882 at the age of eight months. Photographed by Paul Nelson on April 25, 2014.
Pair of Ojibwe child's leather moccasins. Made in Isle, Mille Lacs County, c.1910.
Chimneyless savusauna on an old homestead site near Markham, St. Louis County, c.1950. Photograph by Virginia Mesabi Daily News.
Chinese Bazaar at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis, c.1935. Chinese Minnesotans like Woo Yee Sing and his wife Liang May Seen were prominently involved with Westminster's Chinese outreach programs.
Community memorial in the Chinese section of St. Paul’s Oakland cemetery. Photographed by Paul Nelson on May 2, 2014.
Choir boys with palm leaves, Basilica of St. Mary, c.1940.
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