Members of the Fifteenth Regiment boarding a train to Camp Mead.
Quarters of the Fifteenth Regiment at Fort McKenzie, c. 1898
Officers of the Fifteenth Regiment at Fort McKenzie, c. 1898
Temporary dwellings of the Fifteenth Regiment after abandoning the Fairgrounds, c.1898
In 1898, 400 members of the Fifteenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry were hospitalized with typhoid after camping at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. U.S. Army Surgeons decided the epidemic's source was the public water of Minneapolis.
Sister Kenny's Polio Solution
Sister Kenny Foundation seals used for fundraising campaign, 3 different presentations, date unknown.
Therapist assists elderly stroke patient with a walker, Abbott-Northwestern Hospital, Sister Kenny Pavilion. 2/21/1981.
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