Black and white photograph of Female employees at the M. A. Gedney Company, c.1912.

Female workers at the M. A. Gedney Company

Female employees at the M. A. Gedney Company, c.1912.

Execution of Ann Bilansky, 1860

Ann Bilansky was the only woman executed by the action of Minnesota courts. She died in 1860, but doubts about her guilt remain alive.

Promotional pamphlet featuring photographs of Florence Macbeth and excerpts from positive reviews of her singing performances.

Florence Macbeth promotional pamphlet

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.

Black and white photograph of Florence Macbeth taken c.1915-1920.

Florence Macbeth seated at piano

Photograph of Florence Macbeth taken c.1915–1920.

Black and white studio portrait of Florence Macbeth, 1917.

Studio portrait of Florence Macbeth

Autographed studio portrait of Florence Macbeth, 1917.

Black and white publicity photograph of Florence Macbeth taken on June 24, 1913.

Florence Macbeth

Publicity photograph of Florence Macbeth taken on June 24, 1913.

Macbeth, Florence Mary (1889–1966)

Mankato-born Florence Macbeth won international acclaim as an operatic soprano during the 1910s and 1920s. Known as "the Minnesota nightingale," Macbeth made hundreds of concert and recital appearances during her career. She toured the U.S. with the Chicago Opera Company for fourteen years before retiring from singing in the 1930s.

Black and white photograph of Sarah Elizabeth Gordon Chubb, c.1870.

Sarah Elizabeth Gordon Chubb

Sarah Elizabeth Gordon Chubb, c.1870.

Photograph of Smith and a client at the Olive Hair Store, 1913.

Lena Olive Smith and client at Olive Hair Store, Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis

Smith owned the Olive Hair Store, before becoming an attorney, 1913.

Black and white photograph of Lena O. Smith, first female African American lawyer in Minnesota, undated.

Lena O. Smith

Lena O. Smith, first female African American lawyer in Minnesota, undated.

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