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Black and white photograph of the Gerlach family at their home during a civil defense drill,1956.

Gerlach family civil defense drill

The Gerlach family at their home during a civil defense drill,1956. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gerlach are shown with their children Margaret (age 15), Steve (age 13), Monica (age 11) and Barbara (age 8).

Black and white photograph of the he Germania Life Insurance Building (later called the Guardian Life Building), in St. Paul, 1903–1905. Photographed by Charles P. Gibson.

Germania Life Insurance Building

The Germania Life Insurance Building (later called the Guardian Life Building), in St. Paul, 1903–1905. Photographed by Charles P. Gibson.

Germania Life Insurance Building entrance

The entrance to the Germania Life Insurance Building (later called the Guardian Life Building) in St. Paul, 1890.

Oil on canvas painting of Giacomo Beltrami. Painted in 1931 by Gian Antonio Micheli.

Giacomo Costantino Beltrami

Oil on canvas painting of Giacomo Beltrami. Painted in 1931 by Gian Antonio Micheli.

Ginger spice canister

Ginger spice canister

Ginger spice canister, J.R. Watkins Company, Winona, Minnesota, c.1920–c.1945.

Black and white photograph of a girl being given piano lesson at the Northeast Neighborhood House, c.1925.

Girl being given piano lesson at the Northeast Neighborhood House

Girl being given piano lesson at the Northeast Neighborhood House, c.1925.

Girl in Blue Dress

Girl in Blue Dress

Girl in a Blue Dress, c.1920. Painted by Henrietta Barclay Paist.

Black and white photograph of Girl's Cottage at the State School, c.1905.

Girl's Cottage at the Owatonna State School

Girl's Cottage at the State School, c.1905.

Black and white publicity photograph (taken c.1930) showing arts and crafts activates for kids enrolled at "Stay at Home Camp," a summer camp developed by the Jewish Center Activities Association, for the growing number of families joining the J. E. C.

Girls doing activities at the Jewish Educational Center, Saint Paul

A publicity photograph (taken c.1930) showing arts and crafts activates for kids enrolled at "Stay at Home Camp," a summer camp developed by the Jewish Center Activities Association, for the growing number of families joining the J. E. C. The J. C. A. A. was the Jewish Education Center's programming arm.

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