33a-HALL'S MILL OF ALGOMA

* Hall Mill; old & not used for yrs./ built 35 yrs. ago/ July 30, 1891, Apr. 15, 1897 & Apr. 6, 1893
* History of Hall Mill by U.S. Plywood; Old Mill stones placed in Haney's store wall on Steele St./ Oct. 5, 1906; good story
* Hall Mill & Saw Mill; picture of Mill in 1891 at Algoma/ Oct. 21, 1938



34-HISTORY OF AHNAPEE TOWNSHIP

* History of Algoma, in Simon Warner 50 yr. wedding party, write up/ Oct. 25, 1929
* History of Algoma's English Settlers; in Mrs. M. Barrand Obit./ May 22, 1925
* Sailors of Algoma in 1873 by G. Wing/ Dec. 19, 1924
* Book on Algoma by McDonald & Elliot, for sell, "Wolf River; Ahnapee Algoma"/ May 4 & 24, 1934
* History of Ahnapee's first Wolf River romance; by Wing/ June 15, 1923
* History of Early days of Ahnapee, by A. Karel/ May 15, 1925
* List of "Oldest persons in Township, "Frank digging up History"/ June 9, 1938
* Book of Algoma history by F.M. Wit, is working on it called "The Monument"/ July 7, 1933
* History of Ahnapee, first settlers, in 1856, by Fellows/ Feb. 20, 1925
* Early settlers of Kewaunee Co. & Mrs. Hall tells of early days in Algoma/ Mar 30 & Apr. 20, 1923
* Early Algoma Houses; by Mrs. Witte/ 69 yrs. old/ July 10, 1925
* Story of lives in Algoma, by Aug. Krause, in "Excerpt tells story of early Pioneer Trials"/ June 29 or July 6, 1934
* Ahnapee tells of Early settlers & Civil War/ by Peter Simon; Apr. 27 & May 4, 1923
* History of Algoma fair; picture of Steel St./ Aug. 21, 22 & 23/ Aug. 9 & 23, 1901
* Story on Algoma History; & Ahnapee Village Board/ Mar. 23, 30 & Apr. 20 & May 4 & 25, 1945
* Algoma City Board History, about Net Co. & Street Lights/ July 6, about the bridge; July 20 & 27/ about the 1891 Jail/ July 13, 1945
* Oldest resident in Ahnapee Township; story of each; Mrs. Harriet Hall; Aug. 5 & Charles Berg; Sept. 2, 1927
* Banks of Algoma, short history "1 1/4 tons of records leaves Bank"/ Apr. 14, 1944
* Savings and Loan history of it; started in 1924/ Jan. 24, 1941
* Grimshaw, Sarah; story "Receive greetings from old times"/ Dec. 17, 1943: from Wolf River Ahnapee Book; July 13, 1934
* Jirtle, Frank, sold harness shop on State St./ Mar. 22, 1940 & Jan. 11, 1946
* Movie of Algoma; 1851 to 1881; showed at Women's Club/ Apr. 24, 1925
* Schubich Furniture Co.; history of its business in Algoma; picture of it/ Nov. 23, 1928
* Barber shop in Algoma on Steele St.; history of the Steel St. landmark/ July 5, 1935
* Ahnapee became Algoma (City board story) also about library & bridge work/ Aug. 10 & 17 & 24, 1945
* History of Algoma; told at Woman's Club/ Jan. 30, Feb. 6 & 13 & 20, 1948
* Methodist Rev. once of Algoma recalls early days of Algoma/ Oct. 6, 1933
* History of Water & Light Dept. by E. Storm/ Mar. 23, 1945 more on electricity work in city in 1920/ Oct. 12 & 26, 1945
* Algoma in 1885; city Board History; a series of history of Algoma stories/ June 8 & 15, 1945
* Algoma City Council Meeting of 1900; history of it/ Aug. 31 & Sept. 7, 1945
* Aerial picture of Algoma in early 1800's & write up/ Sept. 20, 1946
* Parker Pen Co.; Mr. Parker, once of Algoma; history of the Co./ Dec. 7, & Nov. 30, 1928
* Perlewitz, William & Henry; 50 yrs. in Wagon making business in Algoma & pictures/ Dec. 14, 1928
* Libral Hardware (423 Fourth St.)/ history of the place/ Dec. 29, 1944
* History of Algoma Banking; by Leo Burge/ Dec. 22, 1944
* Algoma Homes got House numbers; in Feb./ Feb. 9, 1940/ got mail home delivery, started in June/ Apr. 4, 1941



35-HISTORY & CHANGES OF ALGOMA

* History of Ahnapee Harbor & city/ Jan. 11, 1877
* Algoma Welcome; name changed from Ahnapee to Algoma/ July 22, 1897
* Ahnapee is now a city not a village/ Jan. 24, 1878
* Algoma; name change; Bill in Legislature/ Feb. 11, Mar. 18 & June 17, 1897
* (H). Ahnapee is now a city; Bill signed by Gov. last Fri./ Mar. 6, 1879
* Ahnapee means "Rosey Hill", in Indian/ June 25, 1896 & Sept. 2, 1897
* Historical sketch of the Town of Ahnapee/ by M.T. Parker/ June 19, July 17, 24 & 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21/ Sept. 11, 4, 25, Oct. 2, 30, Sept. 18, Nov. 13 & 20, 1873
* History; local history of Ahnapee in 1876/ Jan. 11, 1877
* History of Ahnapee, a retrospect of Ahnapee by an old settler/ Jan. 25, 1877
* Ahnapee, its growth & future prosperity/ Now 1300 people/ Sept. 25, 1879
* Ahnapee, what had been done here the past years/ Aug. 28, 1882
* Ahnapee & surroundings, short history of it/ Aug. 3, 1882
* Ahnapee in 1885, from the Census; 4 churches, 4 hotels, 5 blacksmith shops/ July 23, 1885
* Civil War Vet; picture of Elliott, Gregor, & Mr. Heald/ June 6, 1930
* "First settlers in 1852", by a settler that came to Ahnapee in 1854/ Nov. 15, 1907
* History of Algoma in Simon Hall's obituary/ Apr. 9, 1915
* See Stories of Kewaunee Co.; Wolf River History of Algoma 50 yrs. in this index
* Why some Townships & Villages were named what they were, by G. Wing/ Jan. 19, 1923



36-HISTORY OF KEWAUNEE CO. FAIR

* History of Algoma Fair, picture of Steel St./ Aug. 21,22, & 23/ Aug. 9 & 23, 1901/ more; council meeting; Sept. 7, 1945
* Fair Grounds, where should it be "Vital Question"./ May 27 & June 10, 1910
* Kewaunee Co. Fair; all 3 days/ list of premiums awards/ Oct. 9, 1873
* Kewaunee Co. Fair; 3 day program/ Sept. 17, & Oct. 1 & 9, 1874



37-HISTORY OF KEWAUNEE CO. & STURGEON BAY NEWSPAPER

* History of the Record since June 1873/ June 14, 1877
* Geo Wing; & Chas. Borgman, no longer editors & publishers of the Record/ Mr. Seymour bought it/ Sept. 17 & 24, 1874
* (H). Newspaper office moved to N.E. Corner of 2 & S. Water St., near S. end of the bridge/ Sept. 17, 1874
* History of the Sturgeon Bay Paper/ Apr.. 15, 1875
* (H). Kewaunee Enterprise is 16 yrs. old/ June 17, 1875
* Record has new owner; D.W. Stebbins/ May 25 & June 1, 1876
* New Editors; H.D. Wing, Mr. Stebbins left the paper/ May 31, 1877
* The fun of running a County newspaper/ Jan. 25, 1877 & again Jan. 27, & Feb. 3, 10 & 27, 1939
* New Publisher of the Record; Mr. O.J. Barnes/ Aug. 21, 1879
* First newspaper in Kewaunee Co. printed in Kewaunee City/ June 22, 1859/ Apr. 29, 1880
* Paper sold to M.T. Parker & H.O. Overbeck Jr./ Sept. 8, 1881
* Paper sold; Mr. C.J. Barnes leaves with hurt feelings/ Sept. 8, 1881
* Parker & Overbeck Jr. leave; Stebbins editor again/ May 15, 1884
* History of Kewaunee Enterprise paper & history of the Co./ July 20, 1893/ & 75 yr. celebration/ June 29, 1934/ History of the Kewaunee Enterprise & Kewaunee Co. Press; they merged/ Jan. 27, 1928
* (H). Name changed from Ahnapee to Algoma paper/ Sept. 23, 1897
* New publisher; J.E. Harris; now published on Fri., not Thurs./ Oct. 28, 1897
* Record; more paper, less news/ new office over bank/ Dec. 1, 1899
* (H). Changed publishers; to Record Publishing Co./ Mar. 8, 1900 & Feb. 9, 1906
* (H). Algoma press started in Algoma 5 yrs. ago; by M. McDonald, sold to Atkinson./ Mar. 28, 1902
* (H). Ed. Decker Jr. quit being publisher of Record; now just Machia/ Sept. 16, 1904
* (H). Changed publishers; Frank Elliot, now new one at Record/ June 14, 1907
* Record; the men it has gone through; "Exchange Notices"/ July 5, 1907
* (H). Luxemburg Newspaper; started by Shanan; Luxemburg News/ July 10, 1908
* (H). Luxemburg Times, paper, by McDonald, bought by the Luxemburg News Newspaper/ Mar. 5, 1909
* Paper in Algoma, 36 yrs. old/ first paper printed in 1873/ June 4, 1909
* (H). Paper is now printed, all in Algoma/ May 13, 1910
* (H). Changed publishers; Elliot left/ Now Record Publishing Co./ May 20, 1910
* Record; the improvement in 1 yr.; new type machine/ Mar. 1, 1912 & New Press/ July 23, 1937
* Office now in Kewaunee City; by Geo. Wing/ Oct. 30, 1914
* Paper; short history of Algoma paper; 38 yrs. /June 10, 1910
* Paper; 43 yrs. of the Algoma paper/ May 21, 1915 & History of the paper/ Oct. 4, 18, 25/ Nov. 29/ Dec. 6, 1940
* (H). Kewaunee Paper; The Bohemian paper; sold to a Chicago Man/ June 2, 1916
* Record-Herald/ Herald bought the Record paper/ Feb. 8, 1918
* Old 1876 Algoma paper found/ what it said/ July 20, 1928
* History of Algoma paper/ 75 yrs. & picture; June 11, 1948
* (H). Algoma printed on Thurs, not Fri./ Oct. 21, 1948
* First home delivery of paper in Algoma/ May 30, 1941



38-HOSPITAL AT ALGOMA

* Hospital in Algoma; Dr. Foshion, buys building on Mill St./ Oct. 7, 1928
* Hospital of Algoma; open less than 1 month/ Mar. 3/ first baby born; to N. Naze; Mar 9/ more on Hospital/ Mar. 15, 1929
* Hospital of Algoma; history of it; 272 patients since it opened/ Nov. 28, 1930
* New hospital in Algoma, would like to have one built/ Jan. 26, 1945
* Algoma city backs a Municipal Hospital building/ Apr. 20, 1945
* Hospital at Algoma, start plans/ Mar. 15, 1946
* Hospital at Algoma, parade, pictures & celebration/ July 12/ more on the building/ July 19 & Nov. 22, 1946
* Hospital; Algoma needs one/ Oct. 27, 1911/ See Diseases in Co.
* Algoma Hospital drive; about it, picture of new hospital/ Nov. 29, 1946
* Hospital gets vote; July 30 & Aug. 27 & pictures/ Sept. 10, 1948
* Hospital old one; picture of the small building/ Sept. 17, 1948
* Building site; on Division & Ohio St./ Jan. 20, 1949
* Hospital site; voted/ Mar. 24 & Apr. 7, 1949
* Small fire at old hospital/ May 12, 1949


39-HOTELS IN ALGOMA

* Wis. house hotel; history of it/ Apr  15, 1875
* (H). Wis. House Hotel, changed it's name to Algoma Hotel/ Aug. 13, 1896
* (H). Corner of 4 & Steele St. remodeled Hotel Algoma, owned by Fretl & Drug Jewlor Store/ Mar. 21, & May 10, 1902
* (H). Algoma House corner of 2 & State, will build a brick barn/ Aug. 30, 1907
* (H). Hotel; The Dorner Hotel is the old Baptist Church/ Dec. 20, 1901
* (H). Dorner House change name to ENOLA/ May 8, 1903/ fire there; July 15, 1904
* (H). Hote1 Martin, closed, not big enough to pay for itself/ Feb. 3, 1905
* (H). Charles House Hotel sold after 18 yrs. to Mr. Houart/ Jan. 1898
* (H). Corner of 4 & Nevarino St.; Cepek is going to build a Hotel or bar 2 stories high of brick 20 x 80 ft./ May 4, 1900
* (H). Cream City Hotel was where Math. Melchior had building, corner of 3 &
     Steel St./ Apr. 21, I916; Carl Hanneman talks/ more; Apr. 21, 1887



40-INDIANS OF THIS AREA

*  Indian Mound found in Forestville/ June 9 & 23, Aug. 25, Nov. 3, 1887, Dec. 13, 1888
* Kewaunee; New Neighborhood, Indian Chief's grandson, once of Carlton, came for a visit, a good story/ June 2, 1922
* "What's in a name?"; about Indians name of cities; good story/ Mar. 23, 1917
* Algoma; Indian's name, meaning of cities/ May 6, 1898
* (H). Indian skeletons found in Algoma gravel pit, about 7 bodies/ Oct. 7, 1904
* Indians in Door & Kewaunee Co.; what they planted; how they lived around here/ Nov. 16 & 30, 1893/ more in Kewaunee Co. History
* Indians; Echoes from our Indians, stories about Indians in Kewaunee & Manitowoc Co.; good stories/ Nov. 23, 1917
* Indian; Chief Bernard Kaquuetosh of Menominees, history of him & his tribe.  Born in Kewaunee Co./ July 7, 1911
* Indians in Brown Co.; Oneida Settlement, started in 1858, now has 800 members, now has 800 members/ Oct. 4, 1877
* Indians in Wis. story from Ashland paper/ Mar. 13, 1879
* Bolt News; "About a Montement to a Indian trader in Jambo Creek"./ June 16, 1922
* "Potawatomie Chief returns to birthplace/ June 26, 1925/ more; Aug. 28 & Sept. 4, 1925/ Chief tells story of their Chief/ Aug. 4, 1939



41-KERMISS: A BELGIAN CUSTOM

* Belgian settlement book by H. B. Holland; of Door Co./ Sept. 29, 1933
* Kermiss at Algoma, at Dugout, re-enact first Kermiss/ Nov. 10 & 24, 1933
* History of Belgian festival/ Oct. 26, 1934
* Kermiss; old Belgian custom; history of it/ Aug. 4, 1949



42-KEWAUNEE CITY HISTORY

* Hamachek, Frank, invented the Pea Harvester; "Gave it a Trial"/ July 19, 1907
* Story of early days in Kewaunee; by Mrs. Mary (Meisner) Smith/ Nov. 6, 1914
* Kewaunee city/ the improvements there lately/ May 8, 1879
* Factory in Kewaunee making concrete blocks, for harbor/ Mar. 20, 1908/ closed/ Oct. 16, 1909
* Kewaunee Harbor; to improve it & about the rivers & ships/ Feb. 11, 1875
* Factory in Kewaunee City; Kewaunee Furniture Co.; makes bed springs & cheese boxes & furniture/ mar. 2, 1893
* Kewaunee Old Canning Factory; of Mr. Svoboda's now his new factory; "Svoboda Alton Manufacturing Co."/ Apr. 2, 1915
* Kewaunee City Leyse Co.; Aluminum Works/ about the place/ Feb. 21, 1908
* New Factory in Kewaunee; "The Storke Plant"; a car engine/ Feb. 26, 1915, moved to Green Bay/ June 24, 1910
* Kewaunee Co.; Machine Shop & Foundry; A. Hamacek & Co./ Apr. 3, 1884
* Kewaunee's Svoboda Furniture store sold to Ramans & Blahnik on Ellis St./ Mar. 26, 1915
* Kewaunee New Jail; foundation is done, about the size & cost/ Aug. 10, 1876
* (H). Kewaunee City; 215 family's only 10 are Amer./ in Township; 267 family's; only 6 are Amer./ July 15, 1875
* "Kewaunee, New Neighborhood"; Indian Chief's grandson, once of Carlton, came for a visit, good story/ June 2, 1922
* Street car in Kewaunee, will be built/ Nov. 29, 1901
* (H). Kewaunee City; Chantilly home; Janda's corner; of Milwaukee & Kilbourn St. will build/ May 22, 1884
* Kewaunee Manufacturing Co.; closed doors; Nov. 29, 1940; Now Kewaunee Shipbuilding & Engineering Co./ May 1, 1942
* History of Hamacek Co. & family/ Mar. 19, 1948
* Factory in Kewaunee; the Pearl Button Co./ Feb. 18, 1892
* Pea Canning News; New building on Elsie St./ Oct. 6, 1916
* New Opera House; on the lot of the old Bohemian Hall/ That was 40 yrs. old/ Aug. 7, 1914
* New Bank in Kewaunee city/ makes 3 banks in the city/ corner of Milwaukee & Ellis St./ Apr. 23, picture; July 9, 1915
* Laying of corner stone of Court House/ July 26, 1873
* (H). Old corner stone of Kewaunee Court House of 1873, opened/ July 25, 1902
* 2 banks in Kewaunee merge; policy of banking commission/ Dec. 15, 1933 & Jan. 5, 1934
* Kewaunee city will build a new city bridge/ Aug. 24, 1928
* Kewaunee bridge; will be built, tells how it will be done/ Oct. 4, 1929
* Kewaunee; dedicate stone table on H. Baumeister land/ tells of Kewaunee early history/ Nov. 9, 1934
* Kewaunee city; Father Marquette tablet dedication; Oct. 9 & 16, 1936
* History of 1891 Jail/ Algoma City Board History/ July 13, 1945
* Kewaunee dedication of airport there/ May 31, 1935
* Kewaunee opens a new post office/ Nov. 4, 1938
* City bought land for a road to the carferry/ Mar. 10 & June 2, 1939
* Hanson Glove plant; in Kewaunee; remodeling/ July 23, 1943
* Hanson Glove Co./ 75 yrs./ started at Milwaukee/ Nov. 8, 1946
* Kewaunee Ship Builders on Strike/ July 17; for 10 days/ more July 31, 1942
* Strike at Kewaunee Ship Yards; "Workers back to Work"/ May 14, 1943
* Karsten Hotel; sold to Hardy/ short history of the place/ Apr. 9, 1948



43-KEWAUNEE CO. HISTORY & ITS PEOPLE

* History of Kewaunee Co. in 1876/ lots of information/ Jan. 4, 1877
* Kewaunee; What the immigrant would read about Kewaunee Co. overseas, in a Gov. letter/ Nov. 6, 1879
* Bohemian Day; about the Bohemias of Kewaunee Co./ Aug. 4, 1911
* Land, oldest track of land cultivated in Kewaunee Co. by the indians Sec. 29 in Carlton Township/ sold in 1848/ Mar. 7, 1878
* Bolt News; about a Montement to a Indian trader, in Jambo Creek/ June 16, 1922
* Land of Kewaunee Co.; "Its Natural Expedients and Land Resources"./ Aug. 14, 1873/ Geology of Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 12, 1912
* Lumber in 3 big Kewaunee Co. Mills/ Apr. 8, 1875
* A visit to a logging camp in Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 25, 1877
* (H). The Township of W. Kewaunee is founded/ Jan. 4, 1877
* Kewaunee Co. boundaries may change around Kewaunee city & Pierce, & W. Kewaunee Townships./ Feb. 15, 1907
* McNally, John; of Sandy Bay, wife & child & father-in-law; Hugh Ritter, died & buried, then moved to a different cemetery/ Nov. 18, 1886
* History of Carlton & Sandy Bay/ Aug. 17, 1876
* (H). Volk, John; of Oconto Falls, first white settler in Co., is up for Co. treasurship/ Aug. 24, 1876
* "First White Settler in Kewaunee Co."/ about the Volk family & Oconto Co./ May 7, 1874
* History of Kewaunee Co. the early days/ Feb. 13, 1879
* Early days of Kewaunee Co. by Simon Hall/ Feb. 20, 1879
* Kewaunee in 1897, a nice place to see, the growth of the Co. in 25 yrs./ Nov. 6, 1879
* History of Kewaunee Co. the improvements of the Co. in 1 yr./ Feb. 10, 1881
* History of W. Kewaunee, in obit. of Seth Moore/ Aug. 7, 1914
* Tom Thumb in Kewaunee Co.; son of Simon Blaha, 26 inch high, 22 yrs. old/ Nov. 8, 1877
* Early days of Kewaunee Co.; by Mrs. Sophia Besserdich/ Mar. 4, 1932
* Dishmaker, Geo., worked for Great Northern Railway; history of him & the railroad/ Jan. 9, 1925
* (H). Kewaunee Co. has 35 cars; Algoma has 7, Kewaunee 14, Luxemburg 6/ Oct. 14, 1910
* Cars in Kewaunee Co.,; "Charm of Motoring"./ June 30, 1911
* Dreding in Kewaunee Co. with Capt. Vollmer & history of him/ Feb. 2, 1923
* First election in Kewaunee Co. history of it on Page 8/ Feb. 9, 1923
* History of Door & Kewaunee Co. by French Explorers, by G. Wing/ Feb. 16 & 23, Mar. 2 & 9, 1923
* Volk, John, history of coming to Kewaunee Co. on the Old Green Bay Road from Chicago/ Dec. 12, 1924
* Early settlers of Kewaunee Co.; by Mrs. Hall/ Mar. 30 & Apr. 20, 1923
* Oldest residents in Kewaunee Co.; stories of each; John Kinnard/ Aug. 12, 1927/ Oliver DeBaker; of Red River/ Sept. 9, 1927
* Kewaunee Co. honors R.A. Moore; about him & his work/ July 5, 1929
* Elliot, I.W., masons of Door & Kewaunee Co./ pay tribute to oldest member/ Oct. 4, 1929
* Smelt run; of Kewaunee Co.; history of the fishing party/ 2 stories 4 pictures/ Apr. 22, 1938
* Hunck, Father Henry; once of Luxemburg, now of Chilton, his story & about his life/ June 13, 1941
* History of Wis. & Kewaunee Co.; told at Men's Club by Judge/ July 2, 1948
* Kewaunee 1876 Map; about it & Kewaunee Co./ Dec. 30, 1948
* Marquette, Jacques; history of him; by Rev. at Maplewood/ Jan. 27 & Oct. 27, 1949
* Historic Dresses; old clothiers & how each looked & worn by whom/ July 1, 1939
* Ihlenfeld, John, of Algoma, has Civil War newspaper, at Milwaukee/ Sept. 18, 1936
* Holtz, Louis, get aquatinted; Sept. 7, 1945
* Runke, Henry, history of his fruit & Dairy Farm at Kodan/ Feb. 8, 1924/ Meteorite found on his farm in 1887; picture/ Feb. 2, 1940/ Walter; once of Algoma; tells of his life & work at Arizona in 1901/ May 31 & June 21, 1929
* Johns, Mrs. Pat, gets divorce; was granted/ Nov. 22, 1940
* Rolle, Chris, a very good wood carver, about him & his work/ Mar. 3, 1939
* Dalebroux, Joe; hurt by bull/ Jan. 6, 1932
* "GEE-EYE" people where they are now; by Mr. McDonald/ Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 16 & 23, 1927 & Jan. 6, 13, 20 & Feb. 17, 1928
* Fellows, Dr. Frank, once of Algoma, tells of his work for Public Health/ May 16, 1941
* Dishmaker-Bach store; Dishmaker retires/ Nov. 15, 1929
* Shestock; orchard, history of it; "Notion gives birth to cherry orchard"/ July 25, 1925 (of Ahnapee Township)
* Perlewitz, Bill; sold his home on 5th St. to Sadie Wilke & more about the family/ Apr. 16, 1937
* Perry, K.E.; His ranch & picture, from a magazine/ July 14, 1939/ Picture & story of his new barn at S. Caroline/ May 31, 1940



44-LACE CO. IN ALGOMA, HISTORY OF THE PLACE

* Factories; 2 new ones in Algoma; Lace & Pea canning/ Dec. 30, 1898
* Lace factory/ Mar. 11 & 18; Apr. 29, May 13, June 3, July 8, Aug. 26, & Sept. 23, 1898
* (H). Lace Co.; had 6 persons working Yr. round, owned by Geo. Marr Sr./ July 15, 1910
* (H). New Plant in Algoma "leather goods"./ the Lace Factory owned & Operated by Geo. Marr will discontinued & the building & property sold to the Leather goods Co./ May 29, 1914
* (H). Lace Factory; Perry's & Anderegg Fly Net Co. leased the Lace factory building from Geo. Marr Sr./ July 16, 1915
* (H). "Plant running nights"./ Algoma Fly Net Co.; in Old Lace Factory/ Apr. 14, 1916
* (H). Old Fly Net Factory, sold to McCoskey, on Buchanan St., will make into apartments/ Aug. 15 & Dec 1, 1928



45-LEGION HALL & DUG-OUT

* Pea Canning Co. building sold to Amer. Legion Post/ Aug. 29, Sept. 12, & 26, Nov. 7 & Nov. 14, 1924
* Legion Hall; Nov. 21 & 28, Dec. 5, 1924/ Also; Apr. 10 & 17, May 22, 29, Sept. 4 & 11, Oct. 9, & Mar. 13, 1925
* Dugout dedication; party; May 21, 1926
* Dug-out "To burn mortage at Dug-out", pictures too/ July 28, 1939



46-LETTERS & TRIPS BY PERSONS OF KEWAUNEE CO.

* (H). Round trip from Ahnapee to Europe & back; $40 is fare/ Feb. 5, 1885
* Trip to Calif. from Chicago; by J. Peters; from Forestville/ July 4, 1878
* Trip to Sweden; by Frank Oden, of Clay banks/ Mar. 13, 1903
* Trip to Europe by Chas. Herison of Rosiere/ Feb. 13, 1903
* Letter from San Francisco by Geo. Fax to parents in Algoma/ May 11, 1906
* Groessl, Quinen; takes boat to France with brother/ Sept. 2 & 30, 1927



47-LIGHTS & WATER WORKS IN ALGOMA

* Fire at Electric Shop Light Plant,/ Aug. 8 & 22, 1895/ rebuild/ Aug. 29, 1895
* Lights; electric lights plant in Ahnapee; at Hamecek & Co. Factory/ Feb. 6 May 29, & July 10, 1890 & May 14, 1891
* Lights in Ahnapee; by Hamacek; got bigger dynamo (2000 candle power) Dec. 10; more lights; Dec. 24, 1891; more lights; Jan. 7, 1892
* Street lights on again; New light plant is working; etc.; / Nov. 7, 1895
* Street Lights history/ Algoma City Board meeting/ July 6, 1945
* (H). Building lit by gas & heated by hot water; on Steele St./ Sept. 2, 1898
* Light plant, electric; owner by Wodsedelek, will rebuild/ Oct. 6, 1899
* Water Works news; Nov. 13, Dec. 4, 1903/ Jan. 15, Feb. 26, Mar. 11, Apr. 29, May 4, June 10, 1904, & Dec. 26, 1902
* (H). Work started on Water & Light Station in Algoma/ Sept. 25, Oct. 23, & 30, 1903
* (H). Franklin Township gets electric lights, Casco next/ June 24 & July 29, 1921
* History of Algoma utility Water & Light Dept.; by Emil Storm/ Mar. 23, & Oct. 12 & 26, 1945
* Picture of Utility Lawn; a reservoir filled in/ Apr. 28, 1949
* Electric extensions 85 miles, now rural area have lights/ Mar. 18, 1938
* Municipal Utility Comm., M. Melchior leaves comm./ Oct. 9, 1942
* Algoma gets new street lights; "No more brown outs"./ May 26 & June 2, 1946(?)
* Water pipes system in Algoma/ Aug. 24 & 31, 1923
* Algoma Progression & start on city water softener/ Oct. 12 & June 15, 1945
* Softener, goes into operation/ Mar. 1, 1946


48-LINCOLN TOWNSHIP NEWS

* (H). Census of Lincoln Township/ No. 976 an increase of 35% in 5 yrs./ June 10, 1875
* List of persons, mostly from Lincoln area, signed a paper for support for a man for Judge/ is a list of persons that lived in the Lincoln area/ Mar. 28, 1889
* (H). School, a new Catholic school house in Euren, near Bottkol Mills./ Jan. 12, 1882
* (H). Euren of Lincoln Township, little stories about it/ Aug. 27, 1885
* Rosier; Rubens, Louis; about him & Rosiere area; picture; Sept. 30, 1938/ more about the hatchery/ June 5, 1942
See Fires in Lincoln Township



49-LUXEMBURG NEWS

* Land in Luxemburg & Casco, buried on a forest/ July 9, 1915
* Luxemburg is "A hustling Village"/ about the place/ Feb. 14, 1908
* Factory in Luxemburg, "Inland Wool Mills", owned by Boucher, Bellin, & Moreaux/ Sept. 20, 1907
* "Luxemburg Wollen Mills", starts next week, 15 persons work there/ Mar. 13, 1908
* (H). Mill property; "Bought by Fair management"; with the idea W.P.A. would tear the building down; "in Fair meeting next Tues."/ Oct. 4, 1940
* "Inland Knitting works"; of Luxemburg moved to Green bay/ Mar. 10, 1911
* Banks of Luxemburg & Casco, run by Mr. Decker family/ Dec. 5, 1902
* Picture of New fire truck & a fire at a Hotel/ July 8, 1927
* Rendezvous Built & opened/ Nov. 20, 1932



50-MOP CO. IN ALGOMA

* Mop Factory to start "new Industry to open here."/ June 18 & July 16,/ fire there/ Nov. 26, 1926
* Factory moves to Green Bay/ Sept. 11, 1931
* Mop factory, in Old Algoma Produce Co. building on Navarino St./ will build on/ Feb. 13, 1931
* Mop Co.; moves back to Algoma, was in Green Bay 2 yrs./ Feb. 17, 1933
* Mop Co. of Algoma, add facilities of Mop sticks/ Aug. 31, 1945



51-NAME CHANGES OF DOOR CO., KEWAUNEE CO., ALGOMA & BROWN CO.

DOOR CO.
* Salona is in Door Co.; Clay Banks Township
* Leccia; is a village between Rosiere & Brussels/ July 22, 1885
* Keogh's Corner is in Forestville Township, between Forestville & Maplewood, on Hwy., the cemetery is there; at Keogh's corner.
* Bay View is a part of Sturgeon Bay City
* South Port Wis. is now Kerosha; Sept. 1, 1911
* Schiller; is in Manitowoc Co. near the Kewaunee Co. line
* Union Township; in Door Co. was once called Delwiche; July 26, 1918
* Wequiock; is in Brown Co.; Obit of Mrs. McConiville/ Sept. 14, 1917
* Wequiock; in Brown Co.; means; Bay or Harbor in Indian/ Sept. 15, 1887
* Stokes; is in Door Co.; Nasewaupee Township; 6 miles North of Forestville
* Chesseville; was in Door Co.; between Salona & Clay Banks/ Oct. 13, 1892
* Foscoro; is on the line between Door Co. & Kewaunee Co. between Clay Banks & Ahnapee Township, along the lake.
* Marchant is in Union Township; Door Co.
* Clay Banks village; was about 10 miles N. of Algoma/ Apr. 14, 1887

KEWAUNEE CO.
* Why some Townships & villages were named what they were/ By G. Wing/ Jan. 19, 1923
* Clyde; is in Casco township
* Kirchman Corner; is in Rio Creek/ June 28, 1888
* Kuke's Corner became Rankin/ named after Jos. Rankin; a congressman/ May 27, 1886
* Croyville; is in W. Kewaunee; obit of Fred Vorpahl/ Mar. 17, 1916
* Freiman's Place; was Luxemburg, in the Township of Casco/ May 27, 1880
* Casco Pier, is 3 miles S. of Algoma/ Mar. 18, 1875
* Darbelley; was Thiry Daems; changed name/ Feb. 18, 1875
* Broodside; is in Pierce Township area
* "Langworthy" is in Pierce Township, N.W. part/ June 2, 1887

ALGOMA
* Baconville; is S. part of Algoma, named after Bacon family/ Feb. 28, 1878
* Riverside; is N. side of Algoma/ Nov. 29, 1901
* "Canada" is the N. side of Algoma/ Also called Big Bug Hill; about it/ Jan. 11, 1877
* Slab Town; is the South Branch of Algoma/ Jan. 18, 1877
* Lake View; is the land E. of the Catholic Church in Algoma, was the Fax place, now is the Lake View Addition/ July 19, 1907
* Eveland Swamp; is land W. of 5 St. in Algoma/ Jan. 19, 1882
* South Water St. is from corner of 4 & Navarino St. going E., also Parkway St./ Oct. 6, 1881
* Defaut Cemetery & Busch Cem. is Evergreen Cem.

BROWN CO.
* Fonteney is near Denmark, Brown Co.



52-NEW BUILDINGS IN ALGOMA AFTER 1940

* Building apartment house on Church St. in Algoma; Wenniger owner/ Feb. 20 & July 31; pictures; Oct. 30, 1942
* Homes build & moved in Algoma, this month, pictures too/ Dec. 6, 1946
* Building; new ones in Algoma; list of the places/ May 2, 1947
* Picture of Division St. near Adams St. the new small houses being built there/ Sept. 19, 1947
* 17 building permits in Algoma/ July 18/ More permits; Sept. 5, 1947/ more building permits; 61 buildings; a list/ Oct. 8, 1948



53-NEWS THAT WAS LEFT ABOUT EVERYTHING

* DYKESVILLE; the building & harbor, that were there in 1874/ Sept. 3, 1874
* (H). Lumber; after 22 yrs. all the pine trees are exhausted/ Apr. 8, 1875
* (H). People leaving for the Black HIlls, for gold/ May 3, 1877
* (H). Saw Hill, 3 miles S. of Algoma fell apart by a flood/ Apr. 14, 1887
* Old map; of 1876; about it/ Jan 1, 1915
* Red River; uncovers skeletons at Park/ Sept. 27, 1940
* How to get a copy of Birth Certificates/ May 22, 1942
* History of Bay View; by Anton Delimont of Neb./ Mar. 23, 1923
* How to spoil a child, in 1879, 14 ways to do it/ Jan. 9, 1879
* Ayer; Sarsaparrillie; a cure for Syphilis & Scofula/ Mar 21, 1920
* (H). Overall craze; 1920/ May 21, 1920
* (H). Law to stop spitting on side walks/ May 6 & June 3, 1910



54-PARADE & PICTURES OF ALGOMA

* Picture of 4th July parade, on 4th St. at Algoma/ July 11, 1924
* Parade in Algoma; pictures of Steel St./ May 10, 1929
* Parade & picture at Algoma/ July 1 & 8, 1938
* Algoma in 1879; picture of Steele St.; at July 4 parade/ July 5, 1940
* Algoma air plane view/ Sept. 6, 1946



55-PARKS IN ALGOMA

* Park along lake; from Judge Boalt/ Dec 3, 1897 & Feb. 11, 1898
* Perry Park on Steele St. the old swamp, a public playgrounds/ Feb. 13, 1914
* Lakeshore land (Decker's land) want to have a horse track & baseball field there/ Jan. 29, 1915
* (H). Bandstand on "City Water & Light Plants" grounds/ July 6, 1917
* Build a bath house on Lake shore, in Algoma/ July 12, 1918
* Park on Lake Shore, landscape it/ May 14, & June 4, 1920
* Perry Park, Mrs. Perry offers land for park/ July 11 & Aug. 1, 1924 & land sold for ball field/ Dec. 1, 1933
* Park in Algoma; Newman Memorial Park; Mrs J.L. Johns/ June 5 & July 3, 1936/ Boys Club plant trees at park/ May 11, 1945 & Jan 25, 1946



56-PEA CANNING CO. IN DOOR & KEWAUNEE CO. & VAN CAMPS OF ALGOMA

* Factories; 2 new ones in Algoma; Pea Canning & LAce/ Dec. 30, 1898
* Pea factory in Algoma; Sept. 23, Oct. 7 & 14, 1898/ more Mar. 17 & July 7, 1899
* Pea Canning Co; about the building and Canning news/ Aug. 4 & 18, 1899/ building on Mar. 30, 1900/ started up; June 29, 1900
* Pea Factory; July 13 & Aug. 3/ closed for season/ Aug. 17, 1900
* Pea canning factory may lay idle/ Oct. 21 & Nov. 25, 1904/ Sold; Jan. 6, 1905
* (H). Pea canning factory in Algoma, changes made there/ Sept. 20, 1904
* Factory not in operation/ Aug. 4, Nov. 3 & 24, 1905
* Pea canning factory News; July 6 & 20, Aug. 10/ sold; Aug. 17, 1906
* Pea canning season; canning factory getting ready/ Mar. 1, 1907
* Factory; the changes for the canning yr./ June 21, & July 26, Aug. 30 & OCt. 18, 1907
* Canning of Beans, started at Pea Canning Factory/ Aug. 7 & Sept. 18, 1908
* Pea Canning News; May 7, June 26; July 9, 17, 23, & 31, 1909, July 1 & 8, 1910
* Van Camp Packing Co. bought plant in Sturgeon Bay; "The Crary Canning Co."/ Feb. 17, 1911
* Pea Canning Co./ Van Camp Factory News; July 12/ & Bean Canning News; July 19, 1912
* Pea canning season done/ July 26 & Aug. 2 & 9/ Beans open; Aug. 23 & Done/ Sept. 27, 1912
* Pea Canning Co.; improve plant/ Feb. 28, 1913
* Van Camp Co. activity/ May 2, 1913
* Canning News; about hrs. & season opened/ July 4, 1913
* Van Camp Co.; break law; working more than 10 hours/ Sept. 26, 1913
* Van Camp Co. Factory in Algoma & Sawyer; for sale/ Dec. 18, 1914
* Canning News; Van Camp Co. News; July 3, 17, 26, 1914
* Van Camp Canning News; Co. took out viners machines, in their 8 factories around Door & Kewaunee Co.; list them/ Jan. 29, 1915
* (H). Pea Canning News; New building in Kewaunee on Elsie St./ Oct. 6, 1916
* Van Camp Co. News/ to make into a condensey for Milk/ Nov. 9 & 23, 1917 & Jan. 18, 1918
* Van Camp Co.; work started on building/ Nov. 15, 1918
* (H). "Dismantling machine" of Van Camp Factory, stopped work/ Feb. 14, 1919
* Pea Canning Co. building sold to Amer. Legion Post for Hall/ Aug. 29, Sept. 12, 17, Oct. 24 & Nov. 14, 1924



57-PEOPLE OF AHNAPEE TOWNSHIP

* Wing, Geo.; history of collection of things/ Dec. 18, 1908
* (H). Hall house is on Mill St./ Aug. 25, 1911
* With the Belgium's, by Ben Fagg/ Sept. 20, 27 & Oct. 4, & 11, 1912
* Hillman, hurt in Murder story/ Nov. 6, 13, 20, 1914
* Kutnik murderer in 1914/ Nov. 6, 13, Dec. 11, 25, 1916 June 16, 1916, more Feb. 14, 1930/ pardon; Oct. 7, 1932 & Jan 11, 1943
* Awe, Gus; insane; May 12, 1892/ found 2 skeletons on his land/ Apr. 22, 1915
* (H). Utecks farm, found 2 graves on farm 2 miles N. of Algoma/ Aug. 25, 1922
* Old settlers of Ahnapee Township, list of 6 persons over 70 yrs./ Sept. 1, 1911
* Life & Services of Hon. Lynn Walker, was District Att./ June 13, 1878
* (H). Judge Parker, has office upstairs of bank; "moved to New Quarters" /Feb. 13, 1914
* (H). Colored man had a barber shop in Ahnapee in 1879/ May 1; Left; July 3, 1879
* (H). County Judge; John Perry is the new Judge; L. Brummer died/ Sept. 23, 1904
* Migrate from Bohemia, why F. Swaty came to U.S./ June 24, 1898
* Fax, Jos.; from Belguim, now in Algoma, got a medal for his devotion & courage in the public service in Belguim/ Apr. 29, 1875
* (H). Stebbins; State Senator, running for Governor of Wis./ Feb. 9, 1900
* (H). Picture of Mayor; Haney Cleck, Melchior, & Wm. Perlewitz/ Apr. 4, & Aug. 29, 1902
* Parker, Judge, takes job of Judge Rodgers; who died/ Aug. 25, 1911
* Mrs. Christine Fax (Dames) disappeared; Jan. 3, 1884/ & Mar. 13 & 27 & May 14. (County Seat News) 1909
* Hamachek, Frank, history of him, age 63 yrs./ Oct. 4, 1935
* Sen. W. Stebbins; of Algoma, history of him & his work from Madison/ Jan. 14, 1938
* Harkins; John & Mary; "from Wolf River Book"; history of Family/ July 20, 1934
* Miller, Mrs. Cemy, 67 yrs. old of Algoma/ "Weaves with Irish Grit"/ Nov. 9, 1923
* Perry, M.W.; honored, started U.S. Plywood/ May 2 & 9, 1941



58-PEOPLE TELL ABOUT THEIR BUSINESS

* Perliwitz shop; Farmer's Co-op bought their shop on the triangle in Algoma/ Jan 18, 1935
* Zimmerman, Aug.; bought Triangle; a Blacksmith shop/ Algoma Post Office building there in 1970's/ June 23, 1939
* Capelle, Miss Mabel, retiring at Post office/ about her job/ Mar 31, 1944
* Driz? in Algoma, moved across the hall into new office; Dr. Foshion & B. Bertram, in Schubich building/ Sept. 3, 1943
* Dr. Foshion-Bertram, dissolve partnership in Algoma/ Aug. 25, 1944
* Granius?, bought Ostrem Store in Algoma on Church St./ Sept. 26, 1947
* Melchior Michael, leaves Algoma Municipal Utility Comm./ Oct. 9, 1942
* Cotteges on S. side of Algoma, all about them in 2 articles, ?? by Frank Chapek age 70 yrs old/ June 24, 1938
* Srnka, Frank, will build garage, corner of 3 & Navarino St. /May 2, 1941



59-PIERCE TOWNSHIP NEWS

* History of Alaska, by a grade school student/ Apr. 20, 1923
* (H). Langworthy; is N.E. part of Pierce Township, once a busy place/ June 2, 1887
* History of Pierce Township; "Only plowed fields", good story/ Oct. 6, 1916
* Alaska Resort; sold to Scherer; history of the place/ Sept. 14, 1945
* Alaska; 2 pictures of the place/ Sept. 29, 1933



60-PLUMBERS WOODWORK FACTORY

* Fire at Plant/ May 3, 1912
* Plumbres Woodworks start building. "Another factory in Algoma/ Dec. 8, 1905 & Feb. 2, 1906/ First day of work/ Mar. 12 & 9 & July 13, 1906/ adding on/ Sept. 21, 1906
* Plumbers of Algoma; what is made there/ Apr. 15 & 22, 1910
* (H). Plumbers Woodworks Co.; building on/ May 11, 1917
* Plumbers Woodwork Co.; sold 1/2 interest, about the place/ Nov. 19, 1920
* Plumbers closed for indefinite; no orders/ June 8, 1934
* Plant on strike; May 6 & 13/ back to work/ May 27, 1938
* Plumbers; talk of selling & moving/ Apr. 14/ Strike/ Apr. 21 & 28 & June 2, 1938/ pictures/ May 19/ strike ends/ June 16, 1938



61-PLYWOOD, HARDWOODS, VENEER & SEATING CO. & PANEL CO. HISTORY

* Fire at Plywood/ Sept. 5, 1913
* (H). Ahnapee Veneer & Seating Co. will build new offices/ Sept. 17, 1896
* Ahnapee Veneer & Seating Co. News; Apr. 28, 1892, June 20, 1894, Dec. 3, 1897 & Oct. 13, 1892
* Plywood News; May 20, 1898/ building on; Dec. 30, 1898/ add on; Sept. 21, 1906
* Veneer Factory Strike; "11 Men on strike in glue room, poor water, very hot dept., 3 men went back to work.  a new crew took the place of the others"./ Jan. 26, 1900
* Plywood build on; 50 X 100 Ft. 4 stories high, of brick/ Apr. 26, 1901
* (H). Plywood, now has a branch factory in Memphis Tenn./ Jan. 16, 1903
* (H). Plywood; at Birchwood Wis., will have a sawmill there, for a factory/ July 29, 1904
* Plywood; sprinklers put in for fire; $7,500/ July 19, 1907
* (H). Plywood builds a dry kiln 'a 3 story building/ July 2, 1909
* Plywood; "enlarge plant", working 18 yrs., have 150 men/ July 8 & Aug. 12, 1910
* Plywood building on again, on E. side, for office & storing room/ Sept. 22, 1911/ Veneer & seating Co. building on/ Aug. 9 & Nov. 1, 1912
* History of Ahnapee Veneer & Seating Co.; 3 pictures too/ Dec. 19, 1913
* (H). Hardwood orders new big press, biggest one made/ Feb. 20, 1914
* Plywood, 3 floor of plywood is the Anderegg & Perry Fly Net Co./ "New Factory Started"./ Dec. 4, 1914
* (H). Labor Day; (I think first time people got the day off, Plywood men had a picnic)/ Sept. 11, 1914
* (H). Birchwood plant of Plywood plant closed there/ Sept. 19, 1915
* Plywood "Veneer factory pays dividends"./ history of the place/ Jan. 5, 1917
* Panel Co.; merges with Eastern Co./ Jan. 23, 1931
* Algoma Panel Co. is 18 yrs. old. "New Manufacturing Co./ Feb. 6, 1920
* Algoma Panel Co. & Algoma Wood Products; will build on/ Sept. 22, 1922
* Panel Factory; what is made there/ July 8, 1923
* Panel Co.; adds on/ May 20, 1927/ add on again for electric unit/ Jan. 3, 1930/ Panel Co.; "Loyalty of employees factor in development of Industry/ July 2, 1926
* Plywood; started the Union at factory/ Aug. 11, 1939
* Plywood buys "Caroling Mill at Orangeburg"/ Sept. 18, 1936
* Plywood; strike; Union trouble/ June 4, 11, 18 & July 2 & 16, 1937
* Plywood sold stock to U.S. Plywood of N.Y./ history of plant/ Nov. 8 & 22, 1940
* Shirkey, William; Plywood worker; story of the plant & him/ Sept. 27, 1940
* Plywood is remodeling plant/ Mar. 28, 1941
* Plywood history & men who work there, for yrs./ May 2 & 9, 1941
* Birchwood Veneer Plant moved to Algoma Plywood factory/ Dec. 25, 1942 & Jan. 1, 1943
* Red letter day for Ace & Plywood/ Plane help build Lockeet planes/ Aug. 6, 1943
* Arndt, Aug.; worker at Plywood, about him & plant/ Jan. 14, 1944
* Plywood plays part in Mac Arthur's rescue from Bataan/ May 19, 1944
* Plywood workers gather for patriotic rally picture/ July 21, 1944
* Plywood-post War Plans, for conversion/ Sept. 1, 1944
* Plywood new construction program will add on/ Oct. 13, 1944
* Algoma Plywood buys Canadian Timber, 44,000 acres/ Feb. 2, 1945
* Plywood got award for high achievement of war material/ Mar. 9 & 30, 1945
* Plywood honored the men fighting in the War, in ceremony/ Apr. 6, 1945
* Marquardt, Herman; 50 yrs. working at Plywood/ June 22, 1945
* Plywood got new contract, tells of the changes/ June 29, 1945
* Plywood has dance & picnic for celebration of E. award, list oldest workers/ Aug. 10, 1945, more & picture too/ Aug. 24, 1945
* Plywood starts work in a new power plant, pictures too/ May 11 & dec. 14, 1945
* U.S. Plywood; Pres. Ottinger, about his business with the Plywood/ Jan. 11, 1946
* Plywood for Passenger plane's, 2 pictures too/ Aug. 2 & 9, 1946
* Plywood men 35 yrs. at work, picture of 11 of the men/ Jan. 9, 1948


62-POOR FARM OF KEWAUNEE CO., PIERCE TOWNSHIP

* Fire at poor farm, one man died/ Feb. 27, 1896
* Poor farm is bought, by Fred Schmidt/ opened the end of march of 1878/ Jan. 10, 1878
* Poor farm, Kewaunee City didn't like buying the place/ Apr. 11, 1878
* Want to make poor farm an insane hospital; Kewaunee Co. has 40 person's in 9 hospitals in Wis./ Apr. 15, 1910
* List of persons at Poor farm, also list of EVERYTHING at farm/ Jan. 17, 1908
* Building, new building at Poor Farm at Alaska/ Sept. 15, 1916



63-POOR PERSONS & INSANE PERSONS & POOR FARM NEWS OF KEWAUNEE CO.

* Insane list of Kewaunee Co. person's at Oshkosh Insane Asylum/ Nov. 15, 1883
* List of persons on County aid from Soldiers relief comm./ Jan. 22, 1891
* List of persons at the Co. Poor farm; 17 names/ Dec. 15, 1892
* Poor person's in Kewaunee Co. & amount each got & why; 16 names/ Dec. 6, 1894
* Poor farm list of names/ Dec. 13, 1894
* List of poor persons, 15 names, amount each got/ Apr. 9, 1896
* List of persons at Poor farm; 20 names/ Jan 2, 1896
* List of poor persons in Kewaunee Co./ Nov. 26, 1896
* List of persons at Poor farm, from each township/ Dec. 24, 1897
* List of persons at Poor farm, from each Co./ Dec. 23, 1898
* List of persons at poor farm, from each Co./ Feb. 2, 1900
* List of persons on Co. aid; 17 persons/ Dec. 19, 1898
* List of persons at the Poor farm, from Kewaunee Co./ Dec. 14, 1900
* List of Paupers in Kewaunee Co.; 9 names/ Aug. 17, 1900
* List of insane people of Kewaunee Co., a visit to each/ Jan. 10, 1902
* List of persons at Poor farm, of Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 17, 1902
* List of persons on Co. aid, a visit to each/ Mar. 6, 1903
* Persons at Poor farm/ May 13, 1904
* Persons on relief & aid, on 2 pages/ May 6, 1904
* List of persons on Co. aid of Kewaunee Co. & persons at Poor farm/ Dec. 21, 1906
* List of persons on Co. aid of Kewaunee Co. & Poor farm list/ Feb. 5, 1909
* Small list of persons on Co. aid of Kewaunee Co./ Feb. 14, 1908
* List of persons at Poor farm & persons on Co. aid & persons at insane hospitals/ Dec. 17, 1909 & Feb. 18, 1910
* List of persons on aid & at Poor farm in Kewaunee Co./ Dec. 30, 1910
* List of persons on Co. aid; 6 names/ also 23 persons on aid or insane/ Dec. 27, 1912
* List of persons on aid in Kewaunee Co; 8 names/ Jan. 12, 1912 & Feb. 23, 1912
* List of persons at Poor farm, of Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 10, 1913
* List of Insane & Idiotic persons of Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 8, 1915
* List of persons at Poor Farm of Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 1, 1915
* List of persons of each Co. on Co. aid; amount each got/ Jan. 7, 1916
* List of 8 insane persons of Kewaunee Co. & Date found insane/ Jan. 7, 1916
* List of persons at Poor farm/ Feb. 9, 1917
* List of insane/ Feb. 16, 1917
* List of persons on Co. aid & their responsible parties/ Feb. 23, 1917
* List of paupers; 4 names/ also insane list/ Jan. 18, 1918
* List of persons on Co. aid & persons that take care of them/ Jan. 16, 1920
* Poor farm, is talked about; $2,000 per yr. is now spent on the poor/ Nov. 22, 1877



64-POST MASTERS OF AHNAPEE

* Bill Fellows; 20 yrs. mail carrier; history of it/ Dec. 19, 1924/ his 25 yrs. of mail carrier; picture too/ Dec. 20, 1929
* Fellows retires/ June 1, 1934
* Postal service; Fellows family in the business 60 yrs./ July 24, 1936
* Algoma Postmasters; a list & history of them/ Oct. 4 & 11/ Mail carriers/ Oct. 18, 1940



65-POST OFFICE'S OF DOOR & KEWAUNEE CO.

* (H). Post office; started one in Woodside; Ahnapee Township/ Apr. 14, 1899/ stopped; Dec. 7, 1900
* (H). Post office at Foscoro stopped; Dec. 7, 1900/ started one in Door Co. near there; Feb. 11, 1898 (3 families at Foscoro in 1898)
* (H). Post office at Rankin; stopped; rural delivery started/ Oct. 24, 1902
* Post office; new one at Algoma at Stebbin's Hotel/ June 10 & Aug. 19, 1910
* Algoma Post office looking for a new site; list of the location of the office through the yrs./ Nov. 17, 1944
* Mail route from Algoma going S.; names all the "Corners", etc./ Oct. 14, 1904
* (H). Post office started at Forestville/ Mar. 12, 1874
* (H). Post office started at Darbellay; in Red River/ Mar. 12, 1874
* (H). Post office, 3 miles S. of Ahnapee; called Casco Pier/ Mar. 18, 1875
* (H). Post office at Foscoro; opens/ Mar. 29 & Apr. 4, 1878
* (H). Post office started at Slovan in Pierce/ Aug. 1, 1878
* (H). Post office at Tornada, was discontinued (Door Co.)/ Feb. 6, 1879; started again/ Oct. 2, 1879
* (H). Post office in Euren, Lincoln Township/ established some time ago/ Jan. 1, 1880
* (H). Post office in Brussels; southern Township called "Leccia" (between Rosiere & Brussels)/ July 23, 1885 & May 20, 1880
* (H). Post office at Peot in Casco Township; is discontinued/ Aug. 12, 1880
* (H). Post office at Luxemburg in Town of Casco, at "Freiman's" place/ May 27, 1880
* (H). Post office; Voseville (near Whitefish Bay; Door Co.) named after Tom Vose; the first postmaster there/ Oct. 13, 1881
* (H). Post office; at Kodan: Blahnek District; at Ullsperger's store/ Feb. 14, 1889
* (H). Post office at Washington Island; named Fagerwick/ Dec. 8, 1881
* (H). Post office; new one in Brussels Township; named Minor; after E.S. Minor of Sturgeon Bay/ July 27, 1882
* (H). Rankin; Post office at "Kuke's" Corner's; names after Jos. Rankin, a congressman/ May 27, 1886
* (H). Rio Creek Post office; started by Aug. Kirchman postmaster/ June 28, 1888/ Closed/ July 6, 1934
* (H). Post office; Darbellay in Red River Township/ Nov. 10, 1887
* (H). Post office in Franklin Township; called Curran/ May 29, 1890
* (H). Post office; Duvall in Red River, named after Jos. Duvall of Kewaunee/ Sept. 11, 1890
* (H). Post office in Door Co.; Carnot; Township of Forestville/ Aug. 6, 1891
* (H). Post office; Kodan named after a German town that Ullsperger lived at/ Nov. 30, 1893
* (H). Post office; Bolt; named after Judge C.G. Boalt, once of Ahnapee/ Apr. 13, 1893
* (H). Post office in Ahnapee, moved from Bank to Melchior's corner at 3 & Steel St. once door S. of Steel St. on 3 St./ Aug. 30, 1894
* (H). Post office in Forestville Township; called Kilborn (Kolberg)/ Jan. 24, 1895
* (H). Post office in Montpelier; Neuern (Sic; Newern)/ July 18, 1895
* (H). Post office at Rostok; 3 miles N. of Kewaunee on Highway/ Aug. 18, 1899
* (H). Post office; Darbelley at Red River may close/ July 14, 1899
* (H). Post office; Woodside; between Algoma & Clay Banks area/ Started; Apr. 14, 1899/ stopped the post office at Foscoro/ Feb. 11, 1898
* (H). Post office in Lincoln Township; Gregor/ Mar. 24, 1899
* Post office at Kewaunee/ Nov. 4, 1938
* Post office at Stangelville closed; short history of it/ Aug. 15, 1930
* List of Post office Locations at Algoma for the last 20 yrs./ Oct. 25, 1940
* Mail delivery in Algoma starts in June/ Apr. 4, 1941
* Algoma homes got house numbers on each place/ Feb. 9 & 23, 1940, Sept. 6 & 20/ Oct. 11/ first mail box; Oct. 25/ numbers for mailing/ Nov. 29 & Dec. 6, 1940



66-RAILROADS & TRAINS & DEPOTS IN KEWAUNEE CO.

* Railroad in Kewaunee Co.; for & against it/ Oct. 25, 1877
* Railroad; Milwaukee is for it/ Dec. 25, 1879
* Railroad in Kewaunee Co.; editor is VERY against it/ Nov. 20, 1879
* Railroad in Door Co. & KEwaunee Co.; which road will it take/ Jan. 20, 1881
* Railroad; one paper said one thing & Ahnapee paper said other/ Feb. 10, 1881
* Railroad talk/ Feb. 21, Mar. 24, Apr. 28, May 12, July 30, July 7, 1881
* Railroad; Ahnapee would like one from Two Rivers to Ahnapee/ Dec. 2, 1886, May 15, Mar. 20 & 31, 1884
* Railroad talk;/ Apr. 28, June 9, Mar. 10, Aug. 11, Sept. 1, Nov. 10, 1887 & Oct. 10 & 24, Dec. 5 & 19, 1889, Jan 9, Feb. 27, Sept. 25, May 29, July 17, & 24 & 31, 1890, May 14 & 21 & 24, June 4, July 16 & 23, Oct. 1 & 8, 15 & 22, 1891
* Railroad came to Kewaunee city; had a party/ Nov. 12 & 19, 1891
* Railroad talk; Sept. 1, Oct. 20, Dec. 8, May 19,  June 9, Aug. 25, 1892
* Railroad in Ahnapee; the schedule; Sept. 29, Oct. 6 & 27, 1892
* (H). First train to Forestville/ June 21, 1894
* Railroad to Sturgeon Bay/ June 28, July 26, Aug. 2/ done Aug. 16, 1894
* (H). Railroad will stop at Zettle's corner in Maplewood, old station at Maplewood will be discontinued/ Nov. 21, 1902
* Train wreck in Forestville, a picture too; a mess/ Apr. 2, 1915
* (H). Depot, end of S. Water St./ Feb. 28 & June 27, 1895
* New Depot in Algoma will build/ Mar. 27, will not build/ May 1, 1914
* New Depot in Algoma; "Ice House is there now"/ Dec. 11, 1914 & Jan. 15, 1915
* Depot; building question; to build or not/ July 14, 1916
* New depot; started building/ Jan. 12,  & Mar. 9, 1917, June 22 & Sept. 21, 1917
* History of the railroad; by George Dishmaker, worked for the Great Northern Railroad/ Jan. 9, 1925
* (H). Train discontinue passenger service on G.B. & W. trains/ June 17, 1938
* Ahnapee & Western Railroad changes owners/ June 6, 1947



67-RIO CREEK NEWS

* (H). Rio Creek in 1893; had 2 stores, 2 bars,; etc./ June 8, 1893
* (H). Creamery sold in Rio Creek; Kirchman bought Hoppe creamery/ Mar. 2, 1900
* Factory; Albrecht of Lincoln will move cheese box factory from Rio Creek to Kewaunee/ Jan. 17, 1908
* Factory in Rio Creek; Otto Haack, Pres.; will start building next week/ about the building/ Sept. 30, 1910
* Factory; Haack & Co. of Rio Creek, will make tables, paper holders, & other household articles/ Dec. 12, 1895/ stopped; Nov. 19, 1896
* (H). Factory in Rio Creek, "Wis. Chief Fanning Mill", owned by John & Louis Albrecht/ Dec. 22, 1899
* (H). Factory in Rio Creek; furniture factory; J. Brann & G. Haack; owners/ Apr. 27, 1893
* (H). Rio Creek Veneer Co.; started work last Tuesday; Rio Creek News/ May 12, 1911/ Veneer Plant sold to a Green Bay Co./ Nov. 1, 1946
* (H). Rio Creek; Mr. Gaulke will build a upstairs dance hall, downstairs is now a hardware store/ Feb. 1, 1901
* Picture of Rio Creek; Gaulke's place, about 1800's & story of the store/ Dec. 30, 1948
* (H). Cider mill in Rio Creek, owned by John Brown/ Aug. 5, 1898
* Rio Creek to have a Bank/ Apr. 13 & Sept. 7, 1917
* History of Rio Creek; of school, Cheese Factory; pictures & of Bank & story of Rio creek, 3 pages long/ Nov. 24, 1922
* Picture of Rio Creek; factory & history/ Dec. 16, 1948
* Rio Creek, 102 freezer lockers, at Paque's store/ Mar. 10, 1939
* Van Dam & Sons Mill; at Rio Creek; history of the man & his work & WWI in Holland/ Aug. 18, 1939 & May 17, 1940



68 -ROADS IN KEWAUNEE CO.

* Roads; Black Ash Swamp road done; lot of talk about it, Belgium Swamp/ June 8, 1876
* Roads in Kewaunee Co., are in poor shape/ Oct. 25, 1877
* Road from Sturgeon Bay to Ahnapee (hwy. 42) a bill in the Legislature/ Mar. 7, 1878
* (H). Ahnapee Swamp road; between Tannery & Hall's farm is impassable/ Apr 6. 1882
* Kewaunee Co. New Highway shop at Footbridge/ picture & story/ Nov. 29, 1935
* County D. road, building the road/ July 27, 1934
* Highway 17; between Algoma & Kewaunee; opened with party/ Sept. 26, 1939?
* Highway Dept. prepared for winter, pictures too/ Jan 19, 1945



 

 

 

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