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Williams Album 0 : p. 29
Calumet Public School Library

Osceola Consolidated Mining Company



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Newspaper clippings (1942) and mining currency (187?). Page is hand numbered ""29"". -- 187? - Two printed vouchers from the Osceola Consolidated Mining Company, each for the amount of $10.00. With Horatio Bigelow noted as treasurer, in Boston. -- June, 13, 1942 - Obiturary of Charles C. McLeod, former Calumet resident, pioneer in radio in the Copper Country. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex McLeod of Church Street and a graduate of Calumet High School. He was employed with the Calumet News, later with his father-in-law Edward Ulseth, and later operated an electric store on Fifth Street. He pioneered radio station WHDF, and in Marquette, WDMJ. He was active in American Legion and past commander of Ira Penberthy post. He was a member of the Calumet Lodge of Masons, and of Montrose Commandery, Knights of Templars. Surviving: daughter Mollie McLeod, brother Stuart McLeod, and sister Mrs. C. J. Ross. -- British War Relief Committee holds English Tea in Laurium Community building. Rev. Howard F. Snell of Calumet Methodist Church will give address and WPA band will play. Mrs. William Cornish and Mrs. Raymond Phillips head the committee. -- Dec. 24, 1942 - Article from Associated Press Leased Wire on Joe Louis teaching boxing to troops in Kansas. -- Article from London on retreat of Russian army along the Dniester River. -- News photo of Doris Rice operating license machine.

Williams Album 0 : p. 29

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