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Item also published with caption in: Dickinson County, Michigan : from earliest times through the Twenties / compiled and edited by William John Cummings. Iron Mountain, Mich. : Dickinson County Board of Commissioners, 1991. 432 p. : ill, maps, ports. ; 3

Photograph of the students on the steps of the Sagola schoolhouse, later St. Margaret's Catholic Church. Pictured from left to right are: back row (standing), Myrtle LaCourt, Fern Couillard, Agnes Kramer, Miss Mary McCole (teacher), Eddie Olson, John O'Callaghan, Jim LaCourt, Felix Meyers, curtis Pringle, Hary Carlson; third row (standing), Arthur Wifler, Clarence O'Callaghan, Julia Johnson, Patrick Hebert, Oscar Carlson, Edward O'Callaghan, Veronica wifler, Alma Kramer, Nina Erb, Margaret Jeppeson, Maggie Shannon, Gertrude Kramer, unidentified, Hazel Fruik, Gunhild Broadland, Dora Plankey; second row (seated), Lawrence Meyers, Margaret Theisen, Margaret Kramer, Theresa Theisen, Elizabeth Broadland, unidentified, Pearl Plankey, Rose Shay, Pearl Hebert, Ray Shay, Lil Jeppeson, Della Wifler, Alfred Johnson, Martin Rasmussen, Olive Christy, ---- Rasmussen, Darius Steele; front row (seated), Bob Peterson, Emil Wifler, Russell McGregor, Chester Carey, unidentified, Lester Carey, Walter Carlson, ---- Hebert, Elmer Wellendorfer, Esther Johnson, ---- Hebert, Art Carlson, Sam Plamkey, Frank Dorfler and Victor Peterson.

Sagola schoolhouse

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