Group of people posed on the porch of the Geneva Beach Hotel. Emma C. Eddy(1), Baby Marjorie(2) and A.A. Eddy(3) (see numbers above heads on photo). A man is holding onto a penny-farthing bicycle. In 1896, J.L. Dickinson acquired the Alexandria Hotel at Geneva Beach from Mr. Letson, an early resort builder, and changed the name to the Geneva Beach Hotel. The hotel burned down on September 2, 1911.
Members are gathered in front of Mott Hall at the Minnesota Institute for Defectives (Deaf, Blind and Feeble-Minded). The 2nd Convention of the Minnesota Association of the Deaf was held in Faribault during June 24-27, 1890. The man sitting in a chair in front on the left end is Superintendent Jonathan L. Noyes. In the front row, sitting on the steps from left to right, the second man is Anton Schroeder, the third man is Dr. James L. Smith, and the fourth man (with a little child in front of him) is Jay Cooke Howard.
Interior of the Minneapolis Young Men's Christian Association Central Branch, located at 10th Street and Mary Place, showing members dining in the restaurant and a woman working behind the counter. Gas lights and home cooked meals for 25 cents were features of the Y. M. C. A.'s restaurant in the Mary Place building, 1890s.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Kautz Family YMCA Archives
Members are gathered in front of Mott Hall at the Minnesota Institute for Defectives (Deaf, Blind and Feeble-Minded). The 4th Convention of the Minnesota Association of the Deaf was held in Faribault during June 23-26, 1896. The man sitting in the front row, third from the left, is Olof Hanson. The man with white hair and a white mustache sitting in the center of the front row is Superintendent Jonathan L. Noyes. The man sitting to the left of Superintendent Noyes is Dr. James L. Smith. Sitting to the right of Superintendent Noyes are Anson Spear, Elizabeth Noyes, Charles Thompson, and Alice Noyes Smith (daughter of Superintendent Noyes and Elizabeth Noyes). The woman standing behind Elizabeth Noyes is Margaret Brooks, who met Charles Thompson at this convention and then became his wife.
William Nixon, C.F. Hausdorf, W.H. Dooley, Stephen Lyons, J.G. Sanderman, R.S. Moroney, E. Needham, H.C. Coates, Melvin Fuller, and D. Farguhan reclining on the spot where they fought during the Civil War.