Color image of a Cotton bandana given to volunteers when the AIDS quilt was shown at the Metrodome, 1988.

Cotton bandana given to volunteers when the AIDS quilt was shown at the Metrodome

Cotton bandana given to volunteers when the AIDS quilt was shown at the Metrodome, 1988.

Color image of the exterior of the Minneapolis location of Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES), a nonprofit social service organization for Latinos, at 720 East Lake Street in Minneapolis, February 20, 2016. Photographed by Lizzie Ehrenhalt.

Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES)

The exterior of the Minneapolis location of Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES), a nonprofit social service organization for Latinos, at 720 East Lake Street in Minneapolis, February 20, 2016. Photographed by Lizzie Ehrenhalt.

Black and white photograph of Dr. Louis A. Fritsche, c.1920.

Dr. Louis A. Fritsche

Dr. Louis A. Fritsche, c.1920.

Black and white photograph of Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor entertaining children at the Ramsey County Preventorium, c.1930.

Henry Longstreet Taylor and children

Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor entertaining children at the Ramsey County Preventorium, c.1930.

Black and white photograph of Pokegama Sanatorium cottages, c.1920.

Pokegama Sanatorium cottages

Pokegama Sanatorium cottages, c.1920.

Black and white photograph of Henry Longstreet Taylor, c.1917. Photograph by Golling Studio.

Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor

Henry Longstreet Taylor, c.1917. Photograph by Golling Studio.

Black and white photograph of Luther Hospital in St. Paul. Photograph by Charles P. Gibson, c.1905.

Luther Hospital

Luther Hospital in St. Paul. Photograph by Charles P. Gibson, c.1905.

Black and white photograph of Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor in his St. Paul office, 1896.

Henry Longstreet Taylor

Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor in his St. Paul office, 1896.

Taylor, Henry Longstreet (c.1858–1932)

Henry Longstreet Taylor was a key figure in the development of tuberculosis treatment in Minnesota. The sanatoriums he helped establish in the early 1900s were an essential part of a statewide anti-tuberculosis campaign to control and study the disease.

Black and white photograph of Dr. Thomas R. Potts, c.1855. Potts was the assistant surgeon and medical purveyor at Fort Snelling during the Civil War.

Dr. Thomas R. Potts

Dr. Thomas R. Potts, c.1855. Potts was the assistant surgeon and medical purveyor at Fort Snelling during the Civil War.

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