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Edward Foote Waite, c.1945.
Edward Foote Waite, c.1890. Photograph by Dennis B. Nye.
Edward Foote Waite, 1918. Along with his other work, Waite was a founding member of the Minneapolis NAACP. Photograph by the Lee Brothers.
Edward Foote Waite was a distinguished Minneapolis judge and community leader. His involvement in public affairs spanned much of the twentieth century.
A crowd gathered at the Minnesota State Fair listening to Theodore Roosevelt speak during his "Bull Moose" campaign, 1912.
Oil on canvas painting of Governor Samuel R. Van Sant, 1905. Painting by artist Herbert G. Connor.
Clara H. Ueland, 1918.
A crowd of striking workers assembled during the Street Railway Company strike in St. Paul, 1917.
Anti-Saloon League 16th National Convention delegate button with attached ribbons. The button's face reads: "16th National convention. Anti-Saloon League of America. Atlantic City, July 6-9, 1915. / A Stainless Flag / A Saloonless Country".
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