69-SHIPPING FROM ALGOMA

* Shipping from Ahnapee port; in & out; amount of everything/ Jan 18, 1899
* (H). Shipment; 3 hundred, 86 vessels have arrived & departed from Ahnapee since spring; also number of logs & wood; etc./ Dec. 6, 1877
* (H). Shipping across Lake Mich., to Frankfort, first shipping trip/ Jan. 28, 1892



69a-SHIPS ON LAKE MICH.

* Ship Rouse Simmon's Christmas Ship/ Dec 6, & 27, 1912 & Aug. 1, 1913
* (H). Rouse Simmon's, carries on business, by owners wife; Mrs. Schueneman/ Jan 21, 1916
* Ships; Marine disasters for 1876, around Algoma/ Jan. 4, 1877
* (H). Lake Mich. ship disasters; 5 short stories about them/ July 1, 1904
* (H). Columbus's; 3 ships redo trip on Lake Mich. "See Strange Ships"/ Sept. 25, 1914
* Sailors of Algoma in 1873; by G. Wing/ Dec. 19, 1924



70-SHIPWRECK & DOCKS & HARBORS OF KEWAUNEE CO.

* Shipping from Algoma in 1866/ 6 ships & steamers in Harbor/ Feb. 27, 1925
* Harbor in Algoma, why Algoma does not have a Big harbor/ Sept. 25, 1925
* Christmas tree Ship; Schueman; by G. Wing; story of the boat/ Jan. 9, 1925/ More of the tragedy of 1913/ Nov. 27, 1936
* Steamer Ship on Lake/ short history of the boats/ July 15 & 22, 1927
* Algoma landing dock, an old landmark, torn down/ Aug. 26, 1927
* Lake-ship disaster of "Emerald", 39 yrs ago/ near Kewaunee City/ Nov. 25, 1927
* "80 yrs. on the Lake" by Fellows, of Clay banks/ Feb. 15, 1929
* Sailing, 90 yrs. on the lake by C.L. Fellows/ "reprint from Advocate"/ Apr 24, 1936
* Lake Mich. depth of the Lake, the whole report of the findings/ Sept. 19, 1930
* Old boat of the Lake, burned at Sturgeon Bay Stone Quarry/ "Old steamers at Bay Quarry Burns"./ July 3, 1931
* Harbor in Algoma; New lighthouse & New piers/ July 15, 1932
* Harbor in ALgoma; New fog signal & pier light/ Jan. 6, 1933
* Marine story of Christmas on Lake Mich. in 1873; by Wing/ Jan. 5, 1934
* Ship wreck; reciprocity of 1881 story; history of it/ May 25, 1934
* Ship capsized in lake/ Algoma men saved the sailors, 65 yrs. ago/ Apr. 24, 1936
* Stoney Creek; short history of ship wreck there, & about the pier/ Oct. 29, 1937
* Lighthouse in Kewaunee Co. (started in 1893) & in the U.S./ Aug 11, 1939
* Algoma harbor deepened/ July 26, 1940
*  Ships launching at Kewaunee; ceremoniees; pictures too/ Apr. 2 & 9, 1943
* Algoma lighthouse; golden jubilee; started in 1893/ Mar. 5, 1943
* City of Ahnapee, makes new dock in 1881; history of it/ June 22, 1945
* Ship "Scow Ahnapee", sunk 60 yrs ago, about it/ Sept. 6, 1946
* Fish story; by the men who catch fish in Algoma, history of fish in the Lake/ Sept. 27, 1946
* Car Ferry run aground N. of Algoma/ picture & write up, about it/ Apr. 16, 1948
* Kewaunee Launches a fishing vessel, first civilair ship/ Sept 29, 1941



71-SKETCH OF CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR OFFICE

* Parker, M.T./ Oct. 26, 1900
* Lietz, Albert/ Oct. 26, 1900
* Massart, F.J./ Oct. 26, 1900
* Dishmaker, John/ Oct. 26, 1900
* Schauer, Anton/ Oct. 26, 1900
* Walecka, Joseph/ Oct. 17, 1902
* Frawley, Thomas/ Oct. 17, 1902
* Romden, V.J.; Rep. for school Supt./ Oct. 17, 1902

PICTURES OF MEN RUNNING FOR OFFICE
1902
* Decker, Ed; of Casco/ Sept. 19
* Drissen, W.H.; Supt. of Schools/ Oct. 31
* Bruemmer, O.H.; Dem./ Oct. 31
* DeWane, J.H.; Dem./ Oct. 31
* Fenske, Aug.; Dem./ Oct. 31
* Karel, Albert; Dem./ Oct. 31

1904
* Haney, C.; Mayor/ June 17
* Paarman, F.; Rep. Co. Treas./ Oct 21
* Decker, Ed Jr.; Member of Assemble; Dem./ Oct. 28
* Fenske, Aug.; Clerk of Circuit Court; Dem./ Oct. 28
* Konop, Thomas; District Attorney; Dem./ Oct. 28
* DeWane, James; Reg. of Deeds; Dem./ Oct. 28
* Mahlberg, Jos.; Co. Clerk; Dem./ Oct. 28
* Filz, Jos; Treas. Dem./ Oct. 28
* Shilbauer, Martin; Sheriff; Dem./ Oct. 28

1906
* Buettner, John; Co. Treas; Rep./ Oct. 12
* Lutien, Charles; Sheriff; Rep./ Oct. 12
* Shimanek, Mathias; Clerk of Court; Rep./ Oct. 12
* Frawley, Thomas; Reg of Deeds/ Oct. 12
* Schauer, Anton; Rep. member of Assembley/ Oct. 12
* Walecka, Joseph; Rep. Co. Clerk/ Oct. 12

1908
* Konop, Thomas; District Attorney; Dem./ Oct. 30
* Buettner, John; Co. Treas./ Oct. 23
* Shaw, Moses; Member of Assemble; Rep./ Oct. 23
* Mahlik, M.J./ Clerk of Court; Dem/ Oct. 30
* Borgman, John; Assemble; Dem/ Oct. 30
* O'Brien, W.H.; Treas; Dem;/ Oct. 30
* Forst, W.R.; Sheriff/ Oct 30
* Bastar, W.H.; Co. Clerk; Dem/ Oct. 30
* Mahlberg, Jos.; Reg. of Deeds/ Oct. 30
* Salmon, A.J.; Sheriff/ Oct. 23
* Cowell, W.A.; Rep. District Attorney/ Oct. 23
* Skala, Jos.; Reg. of Deeds/ Oct. 23

1910
* Walecka, Joseph; Rep. of Co. Clerk/ Sept 2
* Shaw, Moses; Member of Assemble/ Aug. 19
* Ray, Jos.; Sheriff/ July 29
* Seiderglanz, Emil; Rep. District Attorney/ Aug. 26
* Maedke, Emil; Dem. County Clerk/ Aug. 26 & Nov. 4
* Wiesner, W.; Rep. for Sheriff/ Aug. 26
* Forst, W.R.; Dem. Clerk of Circuit Court/ Sept. 2
* Skwor, C.J.; Coroner/ Nov 4
* Perry, M.W.; Rep. State Senate; First District/ Nov. 4
* Kreitzer, A.J.; State Senator, Ind./ Nov. 4

1912
* Walecka, Jos.; Co. Clerk; Rep./ Oct. 25
* Parker, M.J.; Judge/ Feb 9
* Cowell, W.A.; District Attorney/ Oct. 25

1913
* Graass,Henry; Cir. Judge/ Feb. 28
* Huntington,Solp;Circuit Judge/ Feb. 28
* Valecka, Joseph; Co. Judge/Feb. 28
* Teske,Charles;Co. Superintendent of Schools/ Mar. 7
* Minaham, Victor; Circuit Judge/ Mar. 7

1914
* Dobry, Rudolph; Sheriff; Dem./ Oct. 9
* Worachek, John; Rep./ Reg. of Deeds/ Oct. 9
* Hoverson, paul; Member of Assembly/ Oct. 9
* Maedke, Emil; County Clerk/ Aug. 28

1916
* Cowell, W.A.; County Judge/ Mar 31
* Maedke, Emil; Dem.; Clerk of Kewaunee Co./ Aug. 18
* John, Joshua; district Attorney; Rep./ Aug. 18
* Mashek, C.V.; Dem. County Clerk/ Aug. 25
* Andre, Carl; Dem. Reg. of Deeds/ Sept 1
* Jirtle, Jos. Clerk of Circuit Court/ Oct. 13 & Nov. 3
* Koutnik, Frank; Co. Treas. Rep./ Oct 27 & Nov. 3
* Jonet, (Peter), Joseph; Rep. of Deeds/ Nov 3

1917
* Worachek, F.J.; for Supt. of Schools/ Apr. 9
* Jones, John; Co. Supt of School/ Apr. 6
* Frawley, Thomas; Co. Supt of Schools/ Apr 6

1918
* Jones, John; Co. Supt. of Schools/ Feb. 28
* Dobry, Rudolph; Dem. Clerk of Cercuit Court/ Oct. 25
* O'Brien, W.H.; Dem; Assembly/ Oct. 25
* Duescher, Wm. F.; Rep. for Sheriff/ Oct. 25
* Chada, Joseph; Dem; for Sheriff/ Oct. 25
* McDonald, Andrew; Dem.; Congressman/ Nov. 1
* Wisnicky, Stanley; Clerk of Court/ Nov. 1
* Allard, Edw.; Rep. Co. Treas./ Nov. 1
* Stangel, Louis, Dem; Co. Treas./ Nov. 1

1920
* Petrie, Math.; Sheriff; Dem./ Sept. 3
* Holly, Anton; Rep. for Assembly/ Oct. 22

1921
* Frawley, Thos.; Supt. of Schools/ Apr. 1

1922
* Holly, Anton; Rep. for Assembly/ June 16
* Cashman, John;Rep. State Senator of Kewaunte Go./June 16
* Marek,W.J.;Dem. Assembly/Aug. 11
* Hlinak, Thomas, Sheriff;Dem./Aug. 25
* Bruemmer.Leo.;Dem.; District Att./Oct. 27
* O'Konski,Jos.;Rep. Co. Treas./Oct. 27
* Stangel, Louis.Dem;Treas/Oot. 27
* Crowns, Geo.;Rep. District Att./Nov. 3
* Webb, Dr. G.C.;Rep. for Sheriff/ Nov. 3
* Romden,V.J./Oct. 17
* Wattaw, John/ June 20



72-SMALL BUSINESSES AND FACTORIES IN ALGOMA

* Factory; makes washing machines in Grimm's factory/ July 22, 1910
* (H)  Paul Gablowsky sold factory to H. Grimm; will make cheese boxes & run his
    saw mill/ Sept. 7, 1900
* (H) Factory; P. Gablowsky & Co. on Navarino St. will make butter Tubs./ June 7, 1894
    & Mar. 14, 1895 & Apr. 23, 1896
* Factory; Shingle Mill by Paul Gablowsky & Co., on Navarino St. W. of Fly Net Co.
    started May 5, 1892, more Oct. 20, 1892 & sold; Apr 1, 1897
* (H) Factory; Cheese Box factory, on Fremont St. starts next week/ Apr. 14, 1887
* Ahnapee Tanny will close & be sold/ Apr. 18, 1889; see Fly net News
* (H) Factory; Pop factory; will move to Mill St. owned by Austin & Culligan/ Jan 14, 1898/
    moved; Jan 20, 1899 paper
* Factory; sugar beet factory; to start/ Feb. 18, 1898
* Algoma Toy Co./ owned by 12 yr. old Ralph Perry/ Dec. 28, 1906
* (H) Cigar factory, on Mill St. owned by John Boehm/ Apr. 19, 1907
* Factory; new one in Algoma, owned by Newman, in Plumbers building/ Jan 1, 1900
* (H) Meyer, Julius; opens Meyer's sheet Metal Works; a tin & plumbing shop on corner
    of Steel & 5th St./ Local News; Jan 6, 1911/ made into a house & garage; Oct. 28, 1948
* Algoma Produce Co. will build new office & storage building on S. Water St./ Feb. 23, 1912
* (H) Corner of navarino St. & 4th St. N.W. corner, Froemming & Busse Co. bought building
    for a Flour & Feed warehouse/ Apr. 19, 1918
* Wheeler break ground for building, next to Katch's store/ June 22 & Sept. 28, 1928
* Farrel Lumber Co., corner of 4 & Navarino St., moved office/ Oct 19, 1923
* New industry in Algoma, making washing machines/ Sept 17 & Oct 22, 1926
* A & P Store in LuMaye store on Steel St./ Jan 10, 1930
* Gerharts hardware Store on 2 St., bought it from H.C. Durcker/ Feb. 21, 1930
* Flora Lee Beauty Parlor, in Barnes Building/ Aug. 22, 29 & Sept. 5, 1930
* Gamble store came to Algoma (until 1983)/ Dec 8, 1933
* Factory built by Art Sell, S. side of Algoma/ Mar 26, 1937
* (H) Schwedler will open business in Dames building/ Sept 15, 1939
* Gerharts hardware, 2nd St. in Algoma, bought Capelle Site/ Mar 10, 1944
* Algoma new factory; by J.C. Anderegg Co. near N. Water St./ Sept 13, 1946
* Red Owl Store, in Druk Store, N. corner of Steele St. opens/ July 4, 1947
* Piggy Wiggle; Jefferson St. Store; super market will start to build/ Oct 1, 1948
* Van's flower shop in Algoma/ Van Price, bought the store/ Nov. 18, 1948
* Algoma Farmer's Co.; operative co. on Navarino St. pictures/ Aug. 20 or 27, 1943
    & more Apr 11, 1924
* Lidrel hardware (423 Fourth St.) sold to Rapin & Gruenke; history of the place/ Dec 29, 1944
* (H) Carol's Kitchen; LePage buys it/ Sept 15, 1949



73-STATE & CO. LIST OF CITIZENSHIP & POPULATION

* (H). Co. Census; Algoma from 1910 to 1920; lost 171 persons; they moved/ July 2, 1920
* (H). All births are to be reported; a state law/ Nov. 24, 1899
* First white child born in Wis.; in 1821, was Mrs. Mary Mitchell, died in Nov./ Nov. 13, 1903
* List of all the births in Kewaunee Co. for Feb. to May/ May 13, 1910
* Belgiums; list of all the Belgiums in Wis. & Minn; etc./ Nov. 26, 1909
* Long list of Belgians that gave money, overseas, from Door & Kewaunee Co./ Apr. 2, 1915
* (H). List of men that sign a pledge, of 5 Co. in Kewaunee Co./ Mar. 19, 1885
* (H). Immigrants; 9,200 came to N.Y. last week, 136,902 this year/ May 26, 1881
* (H). Population of Ahnapee increased; 101 people in 5 yrs./ July 9, 1885
* (H). Citizen of the U.S.; 10 men became U.S. Citizens' list of them/ May 3, 1877
* (H). Citizenship; 14 men became U.S. Citizens; a list of them May 6, 1880
* Nationalization of citizens; a list of 10 men that became U.S. citizens/ Oct. 30, 1879/ more persons; May 22, 1914
* Naturalization; list of men that became citizens/ Feb. 24, 1876 & July 22, 1875
* List of New citizens; 56 persons, listed in Township order/ Sept. 17 & 25, 1914
* Immigration to Wis.; the number of persons from each County/ population of each Co. & Number of colored in Kewaunee Co./ Feb. 3, 1881
* (H). Wis. population has increased 260,827 in 10 yrs./ Dec. 22, 1881
* (H). Census; an increase of 185,900 in Wis./ an 4,277 increase in Kewaunee Co. in 5 yrs./ Aug. 19, 1875
* (H). Census of Ahnapee & Township in 1880; No. of people & increase/ July 1, 1880
* (H). Census of Kewaunee Co. of 1880 & increase of Persons in 5 yrs./ July 1, 1880
* List of 13 girls that married; from Kewaunee & left this area/ list name & town; "Vital Statistics"./ Jan. 15, 1915
* List of birth in Kewaunee Co./ July 23 & Aug. 20, 1943
* List of death of 1944 in paper; 163 persons/ Jan. 5, 1945
* List of everyone that got married in 1944, that was in the paper that yr., good list/ Jan. 5, 1945



74-STEBBINS & BASTOR BUILDING IN ALGOMA

* Barstar hotel, the lay out of the building/ Sept. 30, 1880
* (H). Bastar will build a brick barn on S.W. corner of 4 & Clark St./ June 9, 1892/ Was Kirchman's Hotel; Aug. 28, 1908
* Stebbins Hotel; Slaby will build/ Mar. 13 & Apr. 21, 1905/ History of Hotel (Ahnapee House) good story/ May 5, 1905
* (H). Hotel Stebbins; Frank Slaby name the building/ July 28, 1905 & July 21, 1905
* (H). Hotel Stebbins; Ice Cream parlor in the basement; will install fountain/ July 30, 1920
* Hotel Stebbins; Slaby will build on/ Mar. 3 & Apr. 21 1905
* Stebbins; remodeling kitchen/ Dec 21, 1945/ tear down old stables/ Sept 15, 1933/
* Stebbins sold to Graf; history of the place/ Oct 27, 1944



75-STORIES & HISTORY OF KEWAUNEE CO.

* "Geology of Kewaunee Co."/ about the land; good story/ Jan 12, 1910?
* Wolf River; history of Algoma 50 yrs./ May 20, 27, June 3, 10, 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15/ Aug. 12, 19, 26/ Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30/ Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28/ Nov 4, 11, 18, 25/ Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1910/ Jan. 6, 13, 20, 1911
* "Sketch of Ahnapee Township"/ See history & Changes of Algoma, in this book
* Ancient History; Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, 1911/ Mar. 10, 17, 24/ Apr. 3, 7, 14, 21, 28/ May 5, 12, 19, 26/ June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30/ July 7, 14, 21, 28/ Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25/ Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29/ Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1911
* "My Partner"; a history story/ Jan. 27, 1911
* "Belgian Pioneers'; by John B. Gigot of Lincoln/ Apr. 14, 1911
* "With the Belgiums"; by Ben Fagg/ Sept. 20, 27/ Oct. 4, 11, 1912
* History of Wis. since 1820/ Feb. 26 & Mar. 18, 1880
* History of Northern Wis. in 1859; from a Green Bay paper/ Apr. 1 to 22, 1880
* Pioneer Story; Nov. 13, 1914 to may 18, 1917, part of the story in the paper each week



76-STREETS & SIDEWALKS OF ALGOMA

* (H). Streets of Ahnapee; W. of Steel St. & 8th St. (Mill) from Navarino St. South, are going to be fixed/ May 11, 1882
* (H). Cement sidewalks in Algoma/ Aug. 10, 1900
* (H). Will soon have cement sidewalks from the Lake St. to Mill St., on Steel St./ Mar. 18, 1910
* Start this spring, paving streets in Algoma, with concrete/ May 21, 1915
* (H). Wood sidewalks, in Algoma, all that is left is a few on 4th St./ all others are cement walks/ May 16, 1919
* Street widen; 4 & Steele St; the report/ Jan 16 & Apr. 2, 1948
* Street & curb replaced on 4th St; stories & pictures/ Aug. 4 & 18, 1949
* (H). Streets in Algoma got new street signs; pictures/ Aug. 16, 1940



77-TELEPHONES OF THIS AREA, THE HISTORY OF THE PHONES

* (H). Telephone exhibition at Kewaunee/ June 27, 1878
* (H). 3 phones in Algoma/ Sept. 3, 1878
* (H). Phone between Ahnapee & Sturgeon Bay, will be put up next Sunday/ Aug. 5 & Aug. 19, 1880/ more Sept. 27, 1883
* (H). Phone from Ahnapee to Forestville has been put up/ July 14, 1881
* (H). Telephone at Lincoln Township/ Jan. 4, 1883
* Phone between Ahnapee & Green Bay/ Sept. 6, 1883
* (H). Phones in Ahnapee; 10 phones in city/ Sept. 13, 1883
* (H). Phone between Ahnapee & Kewaunee cities/ May 21, 1885
* (H). First phone book is out, 64 phones in Algoma/ Aug. 14, 1903
* Swaty describes first phone line/ June 29, 1923
* History of the telephone "Swaty Describes"./ July 8, 1923



78-THEATRE IN ALGOMA

* Building on Steele St; The Majestic Movie House; David Burke will build; started; Fall of, 1914/ Jan. 1 & 28 & Mar. 5, 1915/ opened; Mar. 19, 1915
* Pool Room upstairs at the majestic, Picture too/ Apr. 16 & 2, 1915
* Bowling alleys in Majestic Building, in basement/ Oct. 22, 1915
* Theatre in Algoma, in Busch building, call "Palace Theatre"./ Oct. 14 & 28, 1910
* Majestic; to build on & remodel/ Sept. 28, 1923
* Theatre; picture of it, at Algoma/ Dec. 14, 1934
* Algoma Theatre; new sound & seats/ Nov. 27, 1936/ enlarged/ Aug. 6, 1943
* Theatre; sold to Mr. Reinert/ Jan 19, 1945



79-THINGS OF INTEREST OF AHNAPEE TOWNSHIP

* Skeleton found near Methodist Church in Algoma/ Nov. 2, 1923
* Algoma Air Port/ Feb. 28, May 9, Mar. 28 & Apr. 18, 1947
* Algoma's First Football picture & write up/ Dec. 6, 1935
* First T.V. at Algoma Bosman's radio Shop/ Mar. 3, 1949
* Canoe; from Chicago to New Orleans, etc/ stopeed at Algoma/ Aug. 7, 1931
* Lamphreys eels; in Lake Mich./ the size of the eels in the Lake/ Dec. 6, 1946/ more about Eels & Pictures/ May 2, 1947
* Horses disappear from Algoma's strets/ work will now be done with trucks/ Oct. 24, 1941
* (H). Perry Opera House will be tore down/ July 20, 1923
* Meteorite found on a Ahnapee farm in 1887, now at Madison/ Dec. 18, 1936



80-WAR OF 1898; SPAIN-AMER WAR

* Rev. Eppling, pastor of Lutheran Church, enlist/ July 15, 1898
* Ben Fagg, writes home, about Army life/ July 22/ letter from porto Rico/ Aug. 12/ About Porto Rico/ Aug. 26 & Sept 16, 1898
* News of Wis. troops in Porto Rico/ Aug. 19, 1898
* Rev. Eppling letter from Fla./ Aug 26, 1898
* Where the fault lies; talked with soldiers/ Sept 16, 1898
* Ben Fagg back from Porto Rico/ Sept 23, 1898
* Rev. Eppling returns/ Sept. 23, 1898
* "How we spent out time in the Army"./ Co. F; by Ben Fagg/ Sept. 30, 1898
* Rev. Eppling spoke in Milwaunee/ Oct. 14, 1898
* Wenzel Strandad; of Casco; Co. E; his story/ Dec. 16, 1898
* Ben Fagg goes to Milwaukee's Soldiers Home, in poor health/ May 26, 1899
* McDonald & Ben Fagg; of Ahnapee Township enlisted/ June 25, 1898
* McDonald, letter home to Newspaper/ July 1 & 15, 1898
* List of war death of 1812 & Spain-Amer. War; WWI & WWII/ June 2, 1944



81-WAR INFORMATION; LIST OF SOLDIERS, SAILORS & VETS OF DOOR & KEWAUNEE

* List of people that went to the Vet. reunion in Milwaukee/ June 10,1880
* Vet's of Door & Kewaunee Co. ; the amount of pension each received & the wound's of each man/ Dec.13,1883
* List of all Kewaunee Co. Vets & Their Co./June 5, I884
* Vets of Door & Kewaunee Co. & Brown & Manitowoc Co.; list of them/ Oct. 1,1885
* List of Soldiers & Sailers of Kewaunee Co. 26 men; list name rank & Co. & Reg./Aug. 6,13 & July 30, 1885
* List of persons on County aid from Soldiers Relief Comm./ Jan 22 1891
* List of Soldiers & widows of Soldiers, pension they got/ Jan. 28, I897
* List of Soldier & widows on aid/ Dec.3,1897
* List of Vets. of Kewaunee Co. & the Co. each belonged to/June 8,1900
* List of Soldiers buried in the 4 cemeteries in Algoma/ good list/ May 9,1913
* Register for Service, every man;age 21 to 30 yrs. MUST Sign up/ June 1,  1917
* List of men that enlisted; "The County's Rol1 of honor"./ June 29,1917
* List of exception, because of married, family, only son, student, minister, or religious reasons; good list/ Aug. 17 & 24, I9I7
* List of men that enlisted; their draft names; Co. too/July 20 & 27,1917
* War; men that enlisted; drafted, etc./ June 29,1917
* List of boys in service;list of the Co. & Camp."Send gifts to soldiers boys"./Nov. 21,1917
* List of killed in action; & wounded, starrted in Sept. 27,1918 paper
* List of 1918 registrants; name & No./ I872 names/ Sept. 27 & Oct. 4, 1918
* List of Algoma Sailers & Soldiers in Alphabetical order/ June 20,1919
* Vets; list of War Vets; where they are burieded & List of the cem., also day of death/ Sept. 30 & (Peg Your pardon;one more name;Oct.7) 1938
* Complete list of Draft serial number of each man in Kewaunee Co./ from age 18 to 35 yrs./ Oct. 25, 1940
* Draftes of Kewaunee Co.;list /Jan. 10 & 17 etc./ more each week  in the paper for yrs./ Jan. 3I, I94I



82-WAR LETTERS & STORIES

* War; Co. E. 14th Wis. Vol/ what they did in the War; by Goodwin/ Nov. 6, 1884
* 32 th Div. of WWI, their fighting in the War/ Mar. 14, 1919
* Life in the Army; by Warner Bullock/ Apr. 27, 1917
* Civil War of U.S.; Wis 14 th Vol. at Rittsburg landing; by Mr. Rowse of Ahnapee/ Mar 1, 1877
* Story of Military Prison in Richmond, etc./ Apr. 27, 1917
* Civil war Soldiers story/ Dec. 30, 1910
* "Story of War" by Peter Simon, once of Algoma, now of Green Bay/ story about him & the war/ Oct. 25, 1912
* War Story, in Pananna; by Charles Wing of Kewaunee/ July 28, Aug. 11, & Sept. 15 & Dec. 1, 1916
* Letters from the boys of war/ started; Nov. 2 to Aug. 21, 1917
* War Story; by Quiren Grossl/ July 26, Aug. 2, 9 & Oct. 25, 1918
* War story; by Frank Fax, to Henry Fax/ Feb 21, 1919
* War History; by Michael McDonald;"Reminisences of' a Bummer. /Aug 5,I9I0
* Civil War; the men of Kewaunee Co, in the War;by Henry Epic/ Mar. 24 & June I6,1949
* Civil War Vets;  in the state of' Wis./ about G.A.R./ Mar. 14,1941  ( G.A.R. stoped about 1944)/ Mar.14, 1941
* Leclair; Victor; Navy/ tells of War/ May 2, 1941
* Grossl, Quiren; story that won him a prize; War story/ Apr. 11, 1930 & another story; "War Correspondent"./ Oct. 13, 1933
* Fellows, Keith; U.S. Soldier; tells of Army life/ May 8, 1942
* Diefenback, Clarence, first man back from War; his story/ Mar. 20, 1942
* Gerhart, Ray; home from Pearl Harbor; picture too/ July 10, 1942
* Fellows, Richard; "Home from Phillippines" & 2 pictures too/ July 17, 1942
* Glandt, Lloyd; 22 yrs about him & War sabatage/ Oct. 9 & 16, 1942 & Apr. 16, 1943
* Novak, Ted; home on leave/ Sept. 8, 1944
* Schley, William; story of War/ Aug. 18, 1944
* Deguelle, Corp Harold; home from New Guinea/ July 21, 1944
* Marr, Lt. Ken; "Home after 30 months overseas"/ July 7, 1944
* Storm, Leon; tells of Mission of war/ Sept. 24, 1943 & Jan. 28 & Feb. 18, 1944
* Erdmann, Marvin; tour of Rome in letter/ Sept. 15, 1944
* Beck, Robert; 40 missions in Air war/ Sept. 15, 1944
* Culligan, roy tells of life at the Islands in War/ Apr. 13, 1945
* Vlies, Clifford; tells of War at Normandy/ June 29, 1945
* Konop, Matt; tells of War in Bohemian/ July 6, 1945
* Goetsch, Charles; of Algoma discharged/ about him/ July 6, 1945
* Garthwaite, Miss Ivanelle; once of Algoma, tells of Red Cross in Burma/ Sept. 7, 1945
* Lidral, Frank; tells of battles at Paulu/ Mar. 23, 1945
* Paul, St. Sgt.; writes hom about war in France/ June 22, 1945
* Nessenger, Melvin; home from war/ Oct. 27, 1944/ tells of Jap at Iwo Jima/ Mar. 16, 1945
* Fellows, Richard; home from Paris/ June 1, 1945
* Heidman, Donald; tells of fighting at Okinawa/ Oct. 19, 1945
* Hettiger, Rueben; "Adam"; tells of War at Okinawa/ Oct. 19, 1945
* Culligan, Roy; tells of Japanese terror/ July 27, 1945
* Zettle, Robert; writes home about war in India/ Jan. 19, 1945
* Gerhart, Ray; home from war; Oct. 27/ tells of Jap invasion at Iwo Jima/ Mar. 16, 1945
* Erdmann, Marvin; writes home; about war in German & Holland/ June 22, 1945
* Zettle, Ralph; home from Okinawa/ July 20, 1945
* Charles, Vincent; of Rosiere/ tells of War/ Feb. 9, 1945
* Braem, Walter; tells of fighting on Okinawa/ Aug. 10, 1945
* Eggert E./ Magel A./ Spitzer D./ tell of fighting in Luzon/ Aug. 17, 1945
* Ciha, Al; shoot War with camera/ Aug. 31, 1945, pictures too/ Aug. 31, 1945
* Poss, R. J.; tells of building bridges in war on the Rhine/ Mar. 22, 1946
* WWI & WWII Vets; of casco, tells of War tales at Casco/ Nov. 16, 1945
* Phuehler, Donald; diary of Jap invasion/ Jan. 25, 1945
* Puvogel, Fred; of Germany; tells of problems there; pictures too/ July 7, 1949
* Litwin, Jan.; displaced person of WWII/ living in Kewaunee/ Mar. 31, 1949



83-W.P.A. & C.W.A. WORKS

* Beach beautification by W.P.A./ Aug. 19, 1938
* Algoma rebuilds piers; C.W.A. Works/ May 3, 1935
* Work at Algoma; that W.P.A. & C.W.A. did; progress is gradual/ Sept. 29, 1939
* Algoma Lake Shore; work by W.P.A. workers; picture/ Nov. 24, 1939 & June 28, 1940
* C.W.A.; civil Works; Nov 23, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1933/ Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 16, Mar. 2, 9, & 16, Mar. 30 & Apr. 6, 1934



84-WWII INFORMATION

* Local men in Pacific at start of War/ Dec. 12, 1941
* War rationing of grocery & Tires/ Jan 9/ Cars & Typewrites/ May 8, 1942
* Black out test; for Lake shore; next week/ Aug. 7 & 14, Sept. 4, 1942
* V-Mail; at Post office/ Aug. 14, 1942
* Black out test; second one/ Sept. 25, 1942
* Sugar Stamp register; May 1/ Rubber boots ration/ Oct. 2, 1942
* Gas ration/ Nov. 6, 1942
* Million & 1/2 lbs. of scrap gathered in Kewaunee Co./ Nov. 20, 1942
* Coffee ration; Nov. 27, 1942 & Jan. 8, 1943/ Silk, nylon, tin, save/ Dec. 4, 1942/ Items rationed/ Feb. 19, 1943
* Men & Women in Algoma; in Uniform; list of Honor Roll/ Mar. 26, 1943
* Black out in Kewaunee Co./ June 18 & July 2, 1943
* List of War death of 1812; & Spanish-Amer. War, WWI & WWII/ June 2, 1944
* Pierce Township; Roll of Honor; list of men in the War/ Aug. 4, 1944
* 6 men discharged from services; Stuebs, Hynek, Worachek, Entringer, & Delaruelle; all of Kewaunee Co.; short story of each/ Aug. 10, 1945
* (H). More than 2,000 cherry pickers in Door Co. were GERMAN PRISONERS of War/ Aug. 24, 1945
* Lukes, Melvin, of Slovan, first men discharged of Kewaunee Co./ May 18, 1945
* List of War Casualties, 24 killed in Kewaunee Co./ Apr. 13, 1945
* War ends; peace comes to Algoma; the celebration/ Aug. 17, 1945
* Co. F of 5 Wis. division, WWI reunion/ Aug. 23, 1946
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