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    • Henry Muck, freight operator

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • Source: The Mining Journal
      Marquette, Mi.
      February 20, 1892 Saturday

      Republic - Henry Muck, freight conductor on the main line of the DSS&A was here a few hours shaking hands with his numerous friends.
    • No. 104

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • Source: Law Register, DSS&A Ry.

      No. 104
      United States Circuit Court, Western District, Wi. NP RR., vs DSS&A Ry., and Horace C. Henry and Henry F. Balch.
      Injunction Bill.
      July 21, 1892 - Subpoena served on Agent at Ruthmoore, Wi.,...
    • Claim no. 16

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • DSS&A Ry.

      1889

      Claim No. 16
      Montreal Riber Lbr. Co., for $1,518.48 for 379,670 feet of timber cut by Brown, Howard & Co., on ROW in Sections 33, 27, 34 and 25, R47-1E and Sections 1 and 2, R46-1E. Papers from W. F. Fitch, March 5,...
    • Contract for building

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • Source: Northwestern Lumberman
      July 16, 1892

      The contract for building an extension of the DSS&A Ry., from Iron River, Wi., 40 miles, to West Superior, has been let to Henry & Balch of Minneapolis, Mn., and work is proceeding with a force...
    • From James W. Lydon

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • From James W. Lydon

      On September 3,1879, a group of Detroit businessmen headed by James McMillan[,] J. S. Newberry, Francis Palms, George Hendrie, F. E. Driggs, Hugh McMillan of Detroit and George I. Seney of New York[,] incorporated the...
    • Something of an order

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • Source: The Newberry News
      Newberry, Mi.
      March 3, 1887 Thursday

      Something of An Order

      The DSS&A placed its first order for rolling stock for its new lines, and the order includes 20 Mogul engines from Brooks Locomotive Works;...
    • DSS&A Ry

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • DSS&A Ry.

      1888

      John Foulkes, Fireman, May 3, 1887
      Fred D. Fletcher, Fireman
      Fred D. Fletcher, Engineman, May 12, 1888
      Walter Ferries, Fireman, May 12, 1887
      John S. Ferries, Wiper, April 21, 1887
      John S. Ferries,...
    • First section

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • Source: The Mining Journal
      Marquette, Mi.
      August 25, 1888
      Saturday

      The First Section

      Part of the extension of the DSS&A from Iron River Junction to West Superior is all ready under contract, the first seventeen miles having...
    • Work progressing fast

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • Source: The Daily Mining Journal
      Marquette, Mi.
      March 21, 1890
      Friday

      Work Progressing Fast

      Pi1e driving the new No. 4 Dock is progressing rapidly. The contractors, Messers. Henry and Balch, expect to have the dock...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 35

    • Weddings
    • Newspaper clippings and obituaries (1937-1938). Page is hand numbered ""35"". -- Article by Dr. Irving S. Cutter on artificial respiration called How to Keep Well describes a technique proposed by Henry Robert Silvester. -- March, 1937 - Obiturary...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 44

    • Trials (Murder)
    • News photos on Bruno Richard Hauptmann's trial (Feb., 1935). Page is hand numbered ""44"". More news photos of Lindbergh kidnapping trial. George Steinweig, Henry Uhlig, Violet Sharpe, Anna Bonesteel.

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