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Graphite drawing of St. Paul by Seth Eastman, 1848.
A Sketch by Seth Eastman of Fort Snelling in the year James Thompson married Marpiyawecasta, 1833.
Graphite drawing by Adlof Hoeffler of St. Paul, 1849.
Oil on canvas color painting of Rev. Alfred Brunson c.1830.
Water color painting of Little Crow’s Village on the Mississippi by Seth Eastman c.1846–1848.
Black and white print of the first capitol building of Minnesota Territory c.1849.
Promotional pamphlet featuring photographs of Florence Macbeth and excerpts from positive reviews of her singing performances. Image reproduced with permission by Heritage Protocol & University Archives, Florida State University Libraries.
Photograph of Florence Macbeth taken c.1915–1920.
Autographed studio portrait of Florence Macbeth, 1917.
Publicity photograph of Florence Macbeth taken on June 24, 1913.
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