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Williams Album 0 : p. 87
Calumet Public School Library

Mines and mineral resources



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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1914, 1939-1940). Page is hand numbered ""87"". -- Dec. 29, 1939 - Obituary of John Baranowski of Calumet. -- Jan. 17, 1940 - Obituary of Buhadin Kahn, of Calumet. -- Dec. 25, 1939 - Christmas celebrations held underground in Morris and Greenwood mines in the Ishpeming area. Charles Miron, of Vulcan, Michigan, the originator of the underground Christmas celebrations attended. -- Mar. 25, 1940 - Obituary of Isabella Armour of Copper City. -- Casey Jones' family carries on the railroading tradition in Jackson, Tennessee. -- 1914 - Mr. Webster's retirement from management of the Webster, Walz, and Co. store in Calumet is announced. Victor Engstrom will replace Mr. Webster. -- Feb. 2, 1914 - Boxing kangaroo fights against James Lean of Laurium and ""Dummy"" Mihelchich of Calumet at the Crown Theater. -- 1914 - The Imperial Quartet played in Hancock at the McLogan and Pearce music parlors. Members of the quartet include: Will Hall, J. Melvine, George Ross, Fred King. -- 1914 - Officers of the Wolverine Cricket Club were elected: Arthur Williams, Al H. Floeter, James White, Edward Oliver, Sidney paull, Fred Sleep, George Friggens. -- 1914 - Frank Lander resigns from his position as captain at the Kearsarge Mine. Albert Uren takes his place. -- Elmer A. MacDonald of Grand Rapids, racecar driver and formerly of Calumet, visits friends and family in Calumet. -- 1914 - Steamer Baker, of the Pittsburgh Steamship Company is released from Sawtooth Reef near Eagle River. -- Jul. 19 - 1940 - Obituary of Sam Roland, formerly of Laurium.

Williams Album 0 : p. 87

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