Minnesota History Quarterly Winter 2003-2004 (58:8)
"Caucasians Only": Solomon Hughes, the PGA, and the 1948 St. Paul Open Golf Tournament
by Thomas B. Jones
A St. Paul golfer, with other African American players and community supporters, fights to integrate the exclusive game.
The "Historic Fight": The Struggle to Control St. Paul Charity
by Randall T. Getchell
Attack poverty at its roots or keep the poor alive with donations? The battle between social worker Charles Stillman and magnate Louis Hill embodies competing visions of charity work.
First Lady of Preservation: Sarah Sibley and the Mount Vernon Ladies Association
by David M. Grabitske
During tough economic times a respected Minnesota woman launches the state's first historic preservation campaign.
George Slade ponders the motive and meaning of a turn-of-the-century interior scene.
Denis Gardner recounts the wreck of the steamer Hesper, a wooden-hulled victim of a Lake Superior northeaster.
Midwestern Small Town Writings * Labor Journalist Eva Valesh * Minneapolis's Skid Row * Automobiles and the Wilderness Movement
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