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    • 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. 34

    • Mines and mineral resources
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1928, 1934). Page is hand numbered ""34"". -- 1928 - Skating party at Colosseum, mentioning Keweenaw band performers, Charles Malmquist, Bert Lanyon, Tommy Knight, Fred Nordstrom, Ed Sundberg, Roy Snell, Ray...
    • 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. 52

    • Concerts
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1937-1938). Page is hand numbered ""52"". -- 1938 - Legion convention parade announced by Jack Hamm. Parade will start at First and Hecla Streets Laurium, going to Lake Linden Avenue over to Osceola, north to...
    • 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...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 58

    • Wrestling
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1935). Page is hand numbered ""58"". -- Aug. 27, 1935 - Obiturary of William R. Bolley, mining engineer of Mohawk. Born in Copper Falls, graduated from Michigan Tech, employed at Champion mine and Baltic,...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 59

    • Concerts
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1916, 1935-1936, 1942). Page is hand numberd ""59"". -- Aug. 31, 1935 - Clyde Johnston Post Number 230, American Legion of Keweenaw sponsors icnic at Pine Grove Hall at Ojibway. Keweenaw band will play....
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 60

    • Concerts
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1934, 1936, 1938). Page is hand numbered ""60"" -- Aug., 1936 - Obiturary of Frank H. Haller of Calumet. Attended Michigan College of Mines, now Michgan Tech, returned tp Ironwood, worked for Oliver Iron...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 61

    • Independent Order of Odd Fellows
    • Newspaper clippings on varous topics (1935-1938). Page is hand numbered ""61"". -- 1935 - Odd Fellow Lodge founding commemorated in Keweenaw Lodge Hall, Number 535 of Ahmeek. Copper Country Odd Fellows association in charge, all Odd Fellows and...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 62

    • Roads
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1911, 1935-1937). Page is hand numbered ""62"". -- 1935 - Keweenaw Barn Dance Troop at Rex theater in Ahmeek. Individuals mentioned Emil Goodreau, Vladimir Floriani, Lado Floriani, Fritz Giessler, Veko...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 63

    • Isle Royale (Mich.)
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1911-1912, 1935-1937, 1942-1943). Page is hand numbered ""63"". -- 1935 - Moose from Isle Royale transported to Cusino refuge and Detroit Zoo. Individuals mentioned Paul Hickie, Ellsworth St. Germain, Captain...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 64

    • Mines and mineral resources
    • ""Newspaper clippings on various topics (1912, 1916). Page is hand numbered """"64"""". -- Article written by Bessie Phillips called """"A Story The Old Tombstones Tell in Keweenaw"""". Mentions Central mine, Copper Falls, Phoenix, and Cliff....
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 65

    • Weddings
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1936-1937, 1942). Page is hand numbered ""65"". -- Jan. 7, 1936 - Voice of the People, letter to editor written by Fred J. Yelp, Supervisor, Portage Township. Refers to letter written by Edward B. Dunn, of...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 66

    • American Legion
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1935-1938, 1940). Page is hand numbered ""66"" -- 1940 - Obiturary of John Trevarrow of Mohawk, died in Memorial Hospital. Settled at Central in Keweenaw, worked for Central Mining Company, then Quincy Mining...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 67

    • Mines and mineral resources
    • Newspaper clipppings on various topics (1916, 1935, 1938, 1941). Page is hand numbered ""67"". -- 1941- Article about a 1902 Oldsmobile automobile owned by Al Paulson, on display at the Paulson museum, on U.S. 41, opposite the Paulson store at...
    • Williams Album 0 : p. 76

    • Fire departments
    • Newspaper clippings on various topics (1915). Page is hand numbered ""76"". -- 1915 - Matthew Kraemer, formerly of Ahmeek, has struck a vein of high-grade ore near Butte, Montana. - Clarence H. Cook, director of the Calumet & Hecla band, has been...

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