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Williams Album 0 : p. 72, part 1
Calumet Public School Library

Commencement ceremonies


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MMM items that are related to this object: AH01a088, AH01a089, AH01a090



Newspaper clippings and Calumet High School graduation program (1915). Page is unnumbered. -- 1915 - Announcement that the Calumet High School graduating class will be smaller than in previous years, but still the largeest in the Copper Country. -- Announcement of the Calumet High School commencement exercises to be held at the Calumet Theatre and the honor students: Lyle Dunstan, Mae James, Lucille Amesse. -- Calumet High School baseball team defeated the Houghton High School baseball team. -- Announcements of the Calumet High School Alumni Association's meeting. -- Albert Eddy led the Calumet High School band on the streets of Red Jacket and at the Houghton/Calumet baseball game. -- Tickets for the annual Calumet high school cantata given by the school chorus are on sale at the Vastbinder and Read drug store. -- Announcement of the reception, to be held at the Calumet Armory, in honor of the Calumet High School Graduates of 1915. -- Announcement of baseball games between the Calumet and Houghton High Schools. -- Announcement of the senior class picnic. -- A. M. Walsworth of the Gwinn public schools will succeed C. L. Phelps as principal of the Calumet High School. -- Announcement made by E. J. Hall, superintendent of the Calumet Public Schools, that there will be many changes in the upcoming teaching staff due C. L. Phelps leaving to assume superintendency of the Ishpeming schools. -- Calumet & Hecla orchestra will play at the reception in honor of the graduates of the class of 1915. -- Jun. 17, 1915 - Calumet High School graduation announcement/program for the class of 1915 to be held at the Calumet Theater. -- ""CHS Grad Class - 1915 - My Class"" is handwritten at the top of the page. - ""Wes Williams"" is hand written on the front of the program.

Williams Album 0 : p. 72, part 1

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