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Two women arrested by federal agents for making moonshine near St. Paul, 1921. Photographed by the St. Paul Daily News.
Royal purple velvet maternity gown worn by Mary T. Hill, c.1880.
Dressing gown worn by Mary T. Hill, c.1910.
Dress worn by Mary T. Hill for portrait sitting, 1913.
Wool wedding dress and jacket worn by Mary T. Hill, 1867.
Mary Mehegan Hill speaking at a St. Paul event marking the fiftieth anniversary of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment’s departure for Civil War duty, 1911. Hill presented a duplicate of an old Regimental flag to the group.
Mary Mehegan Hill and James J. Hill, 1915.
James J. and Mary T. Hill, 1906.
Mary T. Hill with her daughters, c.1900.
Mary Mehegan Hill, Grace Upham, and several of their children at the Uphams’ Lowertown St. Paul home, c.1883.
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