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- Members are gathered outside in front of a monument-like structure. The 10th Convention of the Minnesota Association of the Deaf was held in Minneapolis during June 30-July 2, 1909. The man standing on the left side, to the left of a woman with a hat full of flowers and a noticeable belt buckle, is Dr. James L. Smith. To the right of Dr. Smith are the unknown woman with the flower hat, an unknown child, an unknown woman, and then Louis Albert Roth in a dark jacket and tie. The man with a thick dark mustache and beard in the back, near the center, is Anson Spear. To the right of Anson Spear (in the same row) are two unknown women and then Anton Schroeder. To the right of Anson Spear is an unknown woman with a bow tie, and then standing in front of her is Jay Cooke Howard (bald man).
- Contributing Institution:
- Minnesota Association of Deaf Citizens
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- Black-and-white photographs