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Charles August Lindbergh with his son Charles Augustus Lindbergh, c.1910.
View of the Minnesota Capitol before the installation of the Quadriga, possibly during the dedication ceremony, 1905.
Demonstrators gather in St. Paul to show their support for immigrants’ and immigrant-workers’ rights, 2006. Photographed by Mary Turk.
Pinback button showing the support of Puertoriceños (Puerto Ricans) for presidential candidate Hubert Humphrey and his running mate, Ed Muskie, in 1968.
Samuel Gompers, c.1918.
Charles Wilberforce Ames, c.1925.
Governor Joseph Alfred Arner Burnquist, c.1916.
Union supporters outside the St. Paul Public Library, December 2, 1917.
Union supporters rally in Rice Park on December 2, 1917.
Street Railway union supporters gather in Rice Park in St. Paul on December 2, 1917 for a meeting.
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