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Williams Album 0 : p. 62
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American Legion


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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1911, 1935-1937). Page is hand numbered ""62"". -- 1935 - Keweenaw Barn Dance Troop at Rex theater in Ahmeek. Individuals mentioned Emil Goodreau, Vladimir Floriani, Lado Floriani, Fritz Giessler, Veko Floriani, John Polanich, Joseph Floriani, William Lammi, Peter Lassila, Woodbridge Bensom, Russell Yowell, F. Chopp, Buddy Diring, Wesley Williams, Thomas Curtis, Maxine Wills, Clarice Cronenworth, Ruth Simula, Margaret Diring, Gertrude Leskinen, Mary Varius, Eva Brisky, Lorraine Malmquist. -- 1936- Poem ""The Mountain Drive"" by H. L., about Brockway Mountain Drive. -- July, 1935 -Johnston Post, American Legion of Keweenaw wil entertain, booths to be established at Keweenaw Golf Course for Michigan Tech reunion. Individuals mentioned William A. Rowe, Peter Schlegelmann, Joseph Enriette, Wilfred Dunn, R. M. Dodge, Paul Pintar, Thomas W. Hebbard, Wesley Williams. -- 1937 - Fred Sollman of canal Coast Guard announced opening of winter stations at Jacobsville and Traverse River, for protection of ice fishermen. Individuals Henry Padberg, of Eagle Harbor, Odger R. Anderson. -- June, 1936 - Keweenaw County Tourist Information booth, at U. S 41 and Cliff View to open. Log constructionin charge of NYA workers. Arthur Hagman of Gay Industries, Inc. involved. -- 1935 - Lake shore drive between Eagle Harbor and Copper Harbor to be completed under direction of Frank Galarno. I. L. Whitehead company has contract. Mentioned Judge William E. Smith, Roger T. Vaughn. -- 1935 - Keweenaw Barn Dance Troop wil appear at America Legion hall and at Rex theater in Ahmeek. -- 1936 - Johnston Post, American Legion of Keweenaw holds meeting at Mohawk, will visit Lakeview Cemetery, and Eagle River Cemetery, and Mohawk M. E. Church. Individuals mentioned Thomas W. Hebbard, G. F. Brewington, William E. Smith, Rev. E. W. Tink, Ahmeek male quartet which is Williams, Burrows, Snell and Kestle, Leonard Bartanen. -- 1911 - Officers of Glaciadom company elected, W. J. smith, A. R. Tucker. T. H. Berryman. -- 1911 - Hockey fans to meet, organize Mohawk team with Hogan, Cross, Williams, Treglown, Wills, Brewer, and Uksils.

Williams Album 0 : p. 62

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