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Eugene Uphoff, one of the Freedom Riders from Minnesota, photographed after his arrest by the Jackson Police Department in Jackson, Mississippi on July 11, 1961.
U-Meet-Us, Black Senior Citizens Lounge, and Minneapolis Urban League, East 38th St and 4th Ave, Minneapolis, 1975.
Businesses near the intersection of East 38th St and 4th Ave, Minneapolis, 1975.
38th St Food Market, 3800 4th Ave S, Minneapolis, 1975.
Muhammad's Mosque, and Church of God in Christ, Minneapolis, 1975.
East 38th St near Portland Ave, Minneapolis, 1968.
Greater Sabathani Baptist Church, 3805 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, 1975.
4th Ave S at 37th St, Minneapolis, 1957.
Nacirema Club (“America backwards), 1975.
Minneapolis Spokesman and St. Paul Recorder office, 3744 Fourth Avenue South, 1958.
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