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Dressing gown worn by Mary T. Hill, c.1910.
Drs. Charles H. Mayo and William J. Mayo in the first operating room at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, 1904.
Drummond Hall, which later became the Northeast Neighborhood House, c.1890.
Musician John Schaefer of the Eighth Minnesota, Company K used these drumsticks during the Civil War.
Racks of corn suspended over a warm kitchen stove.
A farmer and his wife in bed with ears of corn suspended above them for drying in a warm bedroom.
Duck hunters returning after hunting on Heron Lake, c.1887. Heron Lake, in southern Minnesota, attracted many market hunters by the turn of the twentieth century.
Predecessor road Duluth and Iron Range at Two Harbors where car maintenance and repair took place, 1915.
Duluth & Northeastern Railroad yards after the fire, 1918.
Postcard of the Duluth Armory, c.1920.
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