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Mural in Minneapolis Armory by Elsa Jemne (seated before mural), c.1940.
Elsa Jemne painting portrait of a Blackfoot woman, c.1915.
Elsa L. Jemne working at an easel, 1922.
Northwest Airlines stewardess, March 3, 1949. Photographed by Philip C. Dittes.
Charles and Anne Lindbergh in flight suits next to Lockheed Sirius during their flight across the Northern Pacific, c.1931.
Evangeline Lindbergh with her son Charles Augustus Lindbergh, c.1902.
Mrs. Thomas Marcum, wife of the post's civilian electrical engineer, seated in her living room in the Round Tower, 1937.
Women with parasols by Round Tower, c.1900.
Clara Mairs, c.1930.
Clara Gardner Mairs was a painter, printmaker, and decorative artist active from the 1910s to the 1960s. She is best known for her prints of children, animals, circus scenes, and Old Testament stories, often with hints of satirical humor.
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