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Williams Album 0 : p. 60
Calumet Public School Library




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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 Minning company. Came to Osceola to work for Osceola Mining Company transferred to Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper company. -- Aug., 1936 - Congressman Frank E. Hook to speak at WPA picnic at Eagle Harbor tourist park with Keweenaw County Workmen's Club.Keweenaw band will play, Edward McCormack is chair. Transportation provided from Allouez, Ahmeek, Mohawk, Gay and Phoenix. -- 1936 - Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper company employees advised of wage increase. -- Variety of quotes called ""Gems for Your Scrapbook"". -- 1936 - Partial poem called ""Keweenaw"". -- 1934 - Choir of Allouez Ahmeek Methodist church presents program. Individuals mentioned James Paul, M. Popp, Mrs. J. Williams, H. Kestle, E. Snell, Mrs. J. Greenslade, Ahmek male quartet, F. Bray, Lottie M. Paull, Ruth L. Kestle. -- Aug., 1936 - Eagle Harbor celebrates electric and power lines.Keweenaw band and little Italian bands will play, talk by Francis Allegretti. -- Jan. 13, 1938 - Obiturary of William Taylor of Rockland St., Calumet.Employee of Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper company, member of Odd Fellows. Surviving Mrs. Wilbur Honold, Elmer W. Taylor, Wilfred F. Tekonsha. Body at Thomas funeral home.

Williams Album 0 : p. 60

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