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Williams Album 0 : p. 92
Calumet Public School Library

Skating rinks

Eagle River (Mich.)


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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1913, 1939). Page is hand numbered ""92"". -- 1913 - Annoucement that the Nestell Stock [Theater] Company will be returning to Laurium. -- Newsphoto of the Duke and Duchess of Windor. -- Article describing a book in London, England, measuring one quarter inch square and it's contents. -- 1913 - Enrollment notice of 900 students at the Calumet High School. -- Article from Wasco, California describing a cat that raised skunk kits. -- 1939 - Announcement of service dedicating the Eagle River bell that was once used on the Eagle River dock warehouse and also at the Tamarack M. E. Church. -- 1913 - The Western Union office in Houghton hires May O'Brien as first female in the position of ""messenger boy"". -- Police Chief Joseph Trudell annouces that the village ordinance prohibiting the use of air rifles will be rigidly enforced. -- 1913 - Several articles refer to international, military, and federal government issues. -- Announcements on the construction and planned opening of the Colosseum skating rink in Calumet. -- Reports on the storms on the Great Lakes and the damaged they caused, including damage to the Raley dock at Eagle Harbor.

Williams Album 0 : p. 92

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