Andreas Helland (1870-1951) was a professor at Augsburg Seminary from 1905 to 1940. He was the author of an early definitive history of Augsburg Seminary titled ""Augsburg seminar: gjennem femti aar 1869-1919."" He also edited George Sverdrup's collected works and in 1947 wrote a biography of Sverdrup titled ""Georg Sverdrup: The Man and His Message."" Helland was very mission-minded and served the Lutheran Board of Missions as secretary (1907-1919), treasurer (1925-1929), and secretary-treasurer (1933-1946). Front of photograph reads: Prof. Andreas Helland, L.B.M. Mission Secretary.
Group portrait of Macalester Baseball team, who tied for State Championship. Phillips-P, Jenckes-SS, Schiek-P, Plummer-Coach, G. Johnson-CF, Fisher-2B, Cardle-LF, Capt.. Ed Carson-P, Bell-SS, Stuhr-CF, Metcalf-RF, E.W. Johnson-3B, Heed-1st, Ellison-Mgr, F. Carson-C.
Posed group portrait of Macalester's men's basketball team. First row: Roy Grieg, Class of 1918; Clarence Wilmert, 1917; Ralph Grieg, 1918; Francis Anderson, 1919; and Arthur Whiton, 1918. Second row: Coach Ralph Thacker; Wallace Gibson, 1917; George Taylor, 1920; and Clifford Medcalf, 1920.
Group portrait of six players in uniform and coach posing in a line (left to right) E.W. Johnson, R.N. Bell, W.H. Holley, W.C. Phillips (Captain), E.W. Jahnke, J. Brinks (Manager), and H.O. Burgess (Coach).
Members of the boys' basketball team are assembled for a portrait. The man with a white beard seated in the center of the front row is Superintendent James N. Tate. Standing behind Superintendent Tate is coach Victor R. Spence.
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf Alumni Association Museum
The Bearmans were a North Side family with a successful produce business. They sponsored a baseball team that played in the municipal league. Of note is the unidentified African-American player at the far left.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives