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Two campers at Dick Butwin Day Camp, 1986. Photographed by Allen Shumeister. From the Sharron and Oren Steinfeldt Photography Collection of the Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives.
Campers cook outdoors at Dick Butwin Day Camp, July 1967. From the Sharron and Oren Steinfeldt Photography Collection of the Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives.
Dining room in the St. Paul Athletic Club, c.1925. Photograph by Charles P. Gibson.
State School dining room, c.1900.
Dirt Track Specialist oil painting, 1940. Painted by George Morrison.
A group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.
Division Street, Northfield 1870. The First National Bank is the first door to the left of the staircase. Photographed by Sumner’s Gallery.
Charity-ball announcement featuring the proposed new facility for the Crispus Attucks home. St. Paul Appeal, November 11, 1911.
Following the death of Tatankamani (Red Wing) in 1829, Lawrence Taliaferro, the United States Indian Agent at Fort Snelling, recognized "Wahcoota" as his successor.
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