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Black and white photograph of Foshay Tower, 821 S. Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, 1928–1929.

Foshay Tower, Minneapolis

Foshay Tower, 821 S. Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, 1928–1929.

Color image of the Fournier House, c.1995.

Fournier House

The Fournier House, c.1995.

Black and white photograph of the Fourth Battalion Band, Minnesota Home Guard, c.1918.

Fourth Battalion Band, Minnesota Home Guard

Fourth Battalion Band, Minnesota Home Guard, c.1918.

Color postcard of the fourth Cathedral of St. Paul, c.1956.

Fourth Cathedral of St. Paul

The fourth Cathedral of St. Paul, c.1956.

Painting showing an artist's depiction of the Fourth Minnesota entering Vicksburg after its surrender

Fourth Minnesota Regiment Entering Vicksburg, July 4, 1863

Fourth Minnesota Regiment Entering Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. Painting by artist Francis Davis Millet.

The Fourth Minnesota battle flag is blue with gold fringe. It is missing a large portion of the center, but a motto and image are still somewhat visible.

Fourth Minnesota regimental battle flag

Fourth Minnesota regimental battle flag, front.

The Fourth Minnesota battle flag is blue with gold fringe. It is missing a large portion of the center, but a motto and image are still somewhat visible. This is the reverse side.

Fourth Minnesota regimental battle flag

Fourth Minnesota regimental battle flag, back

Fragment of rope which formed part of the noose used to hang William Willams

Fragment of execution rope

Fragment of execution rope used to hang William Williams in 1906. The rope was too long, causing a slow, grisly death and prompting Minnesota to end the death penalty. Williams was the last person to be executed in Minnesota.

Fragment of execution rope

Fragment of execution rope

Fragment of execution rope used to hang William Williams in 1906. The rope was too long, causing a slow, grisly death and prompting Minnesota to end the death penalty. Williams was the last person to be executed in Minnesota.

Framed portrait of Spangenbergs

Framed portrait of Spangenbergs

Portrait of Frederick Sr. and Anna Spangenberg in a frame, c.1868.

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