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A large framed photo of the Gopher Elks Drum Corps right after a parade. The group was sponsored by Peter's Meats. During the summer, they toured all over Minnesota.

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Photograph of Gayneel and Leon Ponder's house torn down in 1973. They were the original owners. When their daughter, Margaret Lovejoy, repurchased the lot, in 1975, she found a piece of the original siding in the dirt.

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Tie clip owned by the contributors' father: Robert Archie Jones.

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A Western Union telegram Marvin Anderson sent to his family on his first Christmas away from home while he studied at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA.

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A Western Union telegram sent to Mr. Marvin Anderson from the St. James AME Sunday School congratulating him on graduating from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. Anderson was the first in his family to graduate from college.

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Framed photograph of Rangh Court, a housing development built by Archie and Marvin Anderson's father and colleagues through the Twin City Negro Development Co., Inc.

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Sterling silver baby spoon engraved with the contributors' mother's name: Mary Alice.

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A variety of 45 (rpm) records contained in a blue Samsonite suitcase.

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Photograph of the band in which Estelle Hartshorn-Jones's grandfather, Harold Lewis, was the piano player. Other band members included Mr. Brooks of Brooks Funeral Home.

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A photograph of Marvin Anderson's first car, a used 1954 Chevy Coupe.
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