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Alexis Jean Fournier (on right), with English writer Richard LaGallienne, 1908.
Alexis Jean Fournier with painters palette, c.1930.
Alfred Merritt, and his wife Jane, c.1900. While Leonidas led the mining operation, it was Alfred that brought suit against John D. Rockefeller.
General Alfred H. Sully (here as a colonel, c. 1862) commanded the Northwest Indian Expeditions of 1864 and 1865.
Alice Ames Winter, c.1923. Winter was chair of the Woman’s Committee of the Minnesota Commission of Public Safety and the Minnesota Woman’s Committee of the Council of National Defense.
St. Catherine’s alumna Betty Hubbard (right) pins a corsage on Alice Gustava Smith (Sister Maris Stella, left) at the College of St. Catherine in 1971. Photographed by P.J. Strasser.
Alice Gustava Smith (Sister Maris Stella, left) with May Sarton (right), c.1958.
Alice Gustava Smith (Sister Maris Stella) at Our Lady of Victory Chapel on the campus of the College of St. Catherine, c.1970.
Alice Gustava Smith (Sister Maris Stella) in her office at the College of St. Catherine, c.1970.
Altar and baldachin (decorative canopy) inside the St. Paul Cathedral. Photographed by Paul Nelson on July 10, 2014.
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