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Williams Album 0 : p. 22, part 1
Evening News Journal

Calumet Public School Library

Calumet Public Schools


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MMM items that are related to this object: AH01a035, AH01a036



Newspaper clipping about the Calumet Public Schools (1942). Page is hand numbered ""22"". -- May 21, 1942 - Article is historical sketch prepared by Superintendent W. E. Trebilcock beginnig with organization in 1867 and concluding with current year (of publication). Mentions high school Washington school, Briggs school, Horace Mann school, Morrison school, Manual Training school, Calumet School, Jefferson school,mCentral school. First high school clas graduated in 1884.New building dedicated in 1907 by Hon. Luther L. Wright, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the dedicatory address given by President James B. Angell of the University of Michigan. Ella Rogers presided over study hall. R.O.T.C. was assigned rooms. High school graduation speakers have included: president Vincent of the University of Minnesota, Mr O. T. Corson,Superintendent of PublicInstruction inOhio, Hon. Simeon D. Fess of Ohio, Mr. Woodbridge N. Ferris and Professor A. B. Hall of the University of Wisconsin. Commencement exercises have been held in the Calumet Methodist Church, and the Calumet Theater. It has served as the high school for region extending from Osceola to Copper Harbor. Tuition students come from Allouez Township, District No. 2, Osceola Township, Eagle Harbor, Eagle River and Copper Harbor. Continued in AH01a35 and AH01a36

Williams Album 0 : p. 22, part 1

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