Irene Levine Paull testifying before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), July 2, 1963.
Irene Levine Paull (right) as a child with her siblings Sam and Etta, c.1915.
Writer and activist Irene Levine Paull was born in Duluth to Jewish parents. Faced with discrimination because of her ethnicity, gender, and political views, Paull fought for the rights of people who were oppressed.
Second floor of Weber Werness Studios in the Handicraft Guild Building, 89 South Tenth Street, Minneapolis, c.1930.
Unfinished watercolor and pencil study for a poster, possibly by Mary S. Campbell, c.1915.
Assembly Room of Handicraft Guild, Tenth Street and Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, c.1910.
A hand-formed and hand-finished Arts and Crafts-style hammered copper jardiniere flowerpot, c.1910. Bottom center is stamped "Handicraft Guild/Minneapolis."
Handicraft Guild, 89 South Tenth, Minneapolis, c.1909. Photographer: Elgin R. Shepard.
Arts and Crafts style copper spoon. The underside has the monogram of the Minneapolis Handicraft Guild, c.1905–1918.
Glazed earthenware bookend impressed "Handicraft Guild/Minneapolis" on back, c.1905–1918.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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