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John B. Sanborn Jr., c.1925.
Pastel drawing on paper made c.1900 of John Ball Brisbin, the St. Paul lawyer who defended Ann Bilansky in her 1859 murder trial, as he appeared c.1860.
John Beargrease, undated. Image courtesy of the Cook County Historical Society.
Sanborn is seen here in his brigadier general's uniform, c.1863.
Minneapolis lawyer John Benson, founder of the law office that became Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid.
John Burns, Company F, Ninth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, 1863.
John E. Merritt, 1920.
John E. Strauss Jr. and Sr. in skate shop, St. Paul, c.1939. Photograph by W. Allen Mortenson.
John E. Strauss Jr. sharpening a skate blade, St. Paul, 1940.
John E. Strauss Sr. in front of Strauss Skate Shop, 16 West Third Street, St. Paul, c.1925.
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