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    • Williams Album 0 : p. 16

    • Williams, Sarah (Richards)
    • Newspaper clippings (Mar. 4 to Mar. 7, 1940), hand written verse, and type written hyms regarding the death of Sarah (Richards) Williams, mother of Wesley Williams. Page is hand numbered ""16"". -- Mar. 4, 1940. Obiturary material for Mrs. Arthur...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 17, part 1

    • Williams, Sarah (Richards)
    • Newspaper clipping (Mar. 1940), hand written text, and type written pages (obscured) regarding the death of Sarah (Richards) Williams, mother of Wesley Williams. Page is hand numbered ""17"". -- One obit, hand written poem, typed out poem, typed...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 17, part 3

    • Williams, Sarah (Richards)
    • Typewritten list of people who had contributed for flowers (Mar. 14, 1940). Eldred Mugford, Jas Belobraidich, Carl Bickle, Russell Waters, Irving Bryant, Arthur Rogers, Ernest Grathwohl, Anton Rost, Thomas Knight, Harold Rapson, Thomas...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 21

    • Mines and mineral resources
    • Newspaper clippings (1942). Page is hand numbered ""21"". -- Mar. 13, 1942 - Lieutenant Paul Simpson King, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. King, graduated from Army Air Forces Advanced Flying School at Yima, Arizona. He was a member of class 43C of...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 23

    • Calumet Public Schools
    • Newspaper clipping about the Calumet Public Schools (1942), continuation of AH01a34 and AH01a35, and obituaries. Page is hand numbered ""23"". -- May 21, 1942 - Continuation of article on Calumet Public Schools, mentions William Heath, a carpenter...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 24

    • Concerts
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics and obituaries (1943). Page is hand numbered ""24"". -- July 24 - Concert given at Service Men's Center in honor of the Coast Guardsmen, presented by John Josey and Esther Cummings. Coast Guardsmen from...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 25

    • Labor unions
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics and obituaries (1942). Page is hand numbered ""25"". -- Lois Miller, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Fred L. Miller, of Eldora wins violin at contest in Minneapolis, accompanist was Mrs. J. D. Leonard. Violin...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 26

    • Railroads
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics and obituaries (1942). Page is hand numbered ""26"". -- Dec. 12, 1942 - Obituary of Julia Polkinghorne, of Houghton, widow of Rev. Steven Polkinghorne. Came from Cornwall to Central Mine, Mr. Polkinghorne was...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 29

    • Osceola Consolidated Mining Company
    • Newspaper clippings (1942) and mining currency (187?). Page is hand numbered ""29"". -- 187? - Two printed vouchers from the Osceola Consolidated Mining Company, each for the amount of $10.00. With Horatio Bigelow noted as treasurer, in Boston. --...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 32

    • Weddings
    • Newspaper clippings and notices (1918, 1943, 1945) . Page is hand numbered ""32"". -- Nov. 18, 1918 - Poem by G. Wesley Williams, called The Bugler. -- Feb. 16, 1944 - Obituary of William Mugford of Ahmeek. Came to Calumet, employed with Tamarack...
    • 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. 36

    • Blackouts in war
    • Newspaper clippings and obituaries (1941-1942). Page is hand numbered ""36"". -- Practice blackout in Calumet, Laurium, the C & H Locations, and adjoining towns, reported by Sigurd Olson of the Civilian Defense. Blackout in Keweenaw county as well....
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 37

    • Pitchers (Softball)
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1942) Page is hand numbered ""37"". -- Article with photo of Bob Giroux, a physically handicapped softball pitcher, by Larry Lawrence of the Journal staff. He was born in Calumet, went to Sacred Heart high...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 50

    • Gipp, George, 1895-1920
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1916, 1937-1938, 1946). Page is hand numbered ""50"".-- March, 1937 - Obiturary of Anthony Beard, of Mason, employed by Quincy Mining Company. Survived by stepdaughters Mrs. Roy S. Gordon, Mrs. Ed Ramey,...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 51

    • Radio stations
    • Newspaper clippings and ration book stub (1937). Page hand numbered ""51"". -- June 7, 1937 - Two Calumet high school graduates from Keweenaw county to receive degrees from University of Michigan. Babette Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ocha...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 53

    • Rotary Club (Hancock & Houghton, Mich.)
    • Newspaper clippings, ticket, and funeral program (1935, 1937). Page is hand numbered ""53"". -- Dec., 1937. Hancock and Houghton Rotary clubs will dine at Douglass House, entertained by Copper Country Cornish Carol choir, Rev. Robert D. Richards of...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 54

    • Gipp, George, 1895-1920
    • Newspaper clippings in memory of George Gipp (1916, 1920?, 1935?). Page is hand numbered ""54"". News photo of George Gipp, born in Laurium, legend at Notre Dame, with quote from Knute Rockne. -- Retelling of 1928 Notre Dame game with quote of...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 55

    • Gipp, George, 1895-1920
    • Newspaper clippings in memory of George Gipp (1916, 1935). Page is hand numbered ""55"". -- Article recalls Gipp's deeds and contributions. Gipp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gipp, attended Calumet high school, went to Notre Dame with three other...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 56

    • Duquesne University. Tamburitza Orchestra
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1935-1936, 1938). Page is hand numbered ""56"". -- 1935 - Article on Edward J. Hall, who retires as superintendent of Calumet public schools. --1935 - William E. Trebilock appointed superintendent of Calumet...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 57

    • Trials (Murder)
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1936). Page is hand numbered ""57"". -- May 9, 1936 - Obiturary of Thomas Hodges, of Old Allouez. Died at Calumet and Hecla hospital, was employee of Ahmeek mine. Inquest to be held by Jacob Hirvela. Survived...

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