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Group of photos of Danebod buildings and first pastor H. J. Pedersen, c.1890.
Daniel Chester French, 1902. Photographed by James E. Purdy.
Four trade beads created in the eighteenth or early nineteenth century. These European-made objects took on new meaning and significance in the context of the fur trade.
H. David Dalquist, ca. 1955, at a first Chicago Housewares Show—the first in which Nordic Ware participated. It took Dalquist nine years to earn his fledgling company a spot at the large show. Used with the permission of Nordic Ware.
David Draper Dayton, 1919.
David M. Clough, c.1905.
David M. Clough, c.1887. Photograph by Zimmerman and Whitstruck.
Official Governor's Portrait of D.M. Clough, 1898. Painting by artist Herbert Conner.
Freedom Rider David Morton photographed after his arrest by the Jackson Police Department in Jackson, Mississippi on July 11, 1961.
Dawson Bicycle Group, c.1895.
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