1-AHNAPEE FURNATURE FACTORY, & WOOD PRODUCTS CO. HISTORY OF IT

* (H). Ahnapee Manufacturing Co. makes some church pews/ Dec. 3, 1891
* Factory; Ahnapee manufacturing Co.; corner of 4 & Navarino St., will make furnature, building material/ June 25, & July 23, 1891
* Factory; Ahnapee Funature Co.; builds a new power house/ Sept. 14, 1893
* Ahnapee Furnature factory closed down/ June 17, 1897
* (H). the over head walk between the Ahnapee Furniture Co's. (Net Co.) tore down/ Jan. 3, 1913/ Factory on Strike/ Jan 30, 1903
* Ahnapee Furnature Factory, the old one; corner of 4 & S. Water St.; "will build Pin Setters".; by J. Stika/ Feb. 11, 1916
* (H). Wood Products Co.; makes desk; about the desk/ Sept. 17, 1920
* (H). Wood Products Co. in Algoma adding on/ Feb. 10, 1922
* Ahnapee Manufacturing Co. names top men; etc./ Aug 27, 1891 & Dec. 8, 1892
* Wood Works Co. news; July 8 1923/ Plant is 3 yrs. old; "Do you desire an Individual table?"/ Aug 3, 1923 Plant to build on/ Sept. 7 & 28, Dec 28, 1923/ Wood factory; old building used for staining furnature; May 9/ picture/ May 16, 1924
* Algoma Wood Products Co.; will build 3 story factory on Navarino St./ Mar. 15, 1929
* Factory "will Liquidate Co. assets"./picture too/ June 24/ sold to Playwood/ July 5, 1940



2-AHNAPEE HARBOR & RIVER

* History of Harbor & City of Algoma/ Jan 11, 1877
* Ahnapee Harbor dredging/ Oct. 15, 1874
* Harbor of Ahnapee, the work done on it in 1878; the amount of dynamite used/ Nov. 7, 1878
* Harbor in Ahnapee, the work that was done on it since 1875/ Jan 11, 1894
* Harbor Bill has passed, for Algoma/ Mar 1, & 8, 1907
* Algoma harbor; started work on it/ Jan. 21, 1908
* Wolf River; a ride on it, the things you would see/ Feb. 8, 1877
* Dam at Bruemmer's Mill broke, water & fish all over the place/ Mar. 31, 1905
* Harbor in Algoma, survey of hte harbor/ Feb. 13 & 27, July 31 & Aug. 28, 1925
* Dam on Ahnapee River, S. Branch in Algoma, start work on it/ Nov. 14, 1947



3-AHNAPEE & KEWAUNEE SCHOOLS
* Algoma D.K. Teachers College, "Training School, about it/ Oct. 25, 1907
* Training School, opened 52 students; list the children/ Sept. 11, 1908
* Training school, will build new one in Algoma/ Mar. 29; bought Enola building/ Apr. 26, June 28, July 5 & May 10, 1912
* Training school opens; pictures too/ Jan. 10, 1913
* Training school, to buy Busse lot, to build Dormitory house/ May 22 & Sept. 15, 1922
* Algoma's School plans & Specifications/ Nov. 5, 1874
* School, new city school, big enough for 300 children; etc./ Oct. 28, 1897
* School, new one where to build it in Algoma/ Aug. 26, Sept. 16, 1904 & June 30, 1905
* School, new one in Algoma/ Aug. 11 & Sept. 29, 1905
* Algoma School, the building compared to the old school/ Feb. 1, 1907
* Last class graduation at old school in Algoma/ June 14, 1907
* Algoma needs a new high school building/ Apr. 11 & May 9, 1919 & JUly 25, 1919
* (H). School, new one at Silver Creek; 24 & 34 Ft./ Aug. 12, 1880
* (H). School; a list of the children at Sandy Bay School at Carlton/ Mar. 24, 1881
* New School at Alaska, about the building/ Dec. 21, 1917
* Schools, number of children in each Co. & the number that go to school/ Nov. 13, 1879
* List of the children in school & their grades/ Feb. 5, 1880
* List of schools of each Township & the teachers/ Sept. 21, 1882
* No. of schools in the co./ Nov. 6, 1884
* High School in the Co./ Nov. 6, 1884
* High School in Algoma, School board member, number of children from 1894 to 1907/ July 12, 1907
* School, new Catholic school house in Euren/ Jan. 12, 1882
* Building a new High School in Algoma, what it should have/ Feb. 2, 1923
* School; D-K Normal School; builds a new dormitory/ Apr. 25 & Sept. 19 & 26, 1924
* High School; get money, will build/ Feb. 9, 1933/ why build; Mar. 2/ where build; Mar. 23/ will build same place; Mar 30/ start building; May 18/ bid on job; July 20/ start work; Aug 3/ construction work starts/ Aug 10/ excavation; Aug 17/ corner stone party/ Oct. 5, 1934
* School; 2 pictures of old high school at Algoma/ Oct. 19 & 26, 1934
* School; old one torn down by Kruegar Co. in Algoma/ July 5, 1935
* High School Class of 1932; graduation picture/ June 17, 1932
* Picture of Algoma's High School graduation class/ June 8, 1934
* High School in Algoma will be done in July/ Apr. 26/ dedication; Sept. 13, 20 & 27, 1935
* D-K Normal School, now 2 yrs. old/ Aug. 20, 1937
* Fire at D-K Normal School, picture too/ Dec. 23, 1938
* picture of new D-K Normal School building/ Nov. 22, 1940
* D-K Normal; Harvey Cormell, new principal/ picture too/ Jan. 19, 1945
* Algoma plans to combine all schools into one district/ Mar. 23 & 30, & Apr. 6 & 27, 1945
* Ahnapee Town board turns down 2 school proposals/ May 25, 1945
* Algoma school consolidation/ Nov. 9 & 23, 1945
* History of L. Albert Karel, "Magazine devotes to retired D-K Members/ Apr. 11, 1947
* History of D-K Normal School at Algoma, by Q.V. Doudna/ Apr. 11, 1947
* School in Algoma, and other buildings in the city, in the early days/ Jan. 31, 1947
* St. Mary's Algoma; Hot Lunch program, all about it/ Mar. 3, 1949
* Schools; Pro & Cons; of Rural schools/ Kewaunee Co. in 1916 had the highest illiteracy in the state/ Jan. 9, 1925
* Fire at Rio Creek Liberty School/ Apr. 16 & Nov. 10/ New School/ Nov. 26, 1926
* Casco High School, will build school on Decker land/ Oct. 7 & 14, 1938
* History of Alaska, by a Alaska grade school student/ Apr. 20, 1923
* Fire at Alaska, former school house; was a blacksmith shop/ May 2, 1941
* School Children; pictures; Rosiere & Lincoln; Nov. 26/ Silver Creek school; Dec. 3, 1937/ Euren; Jan 7/ Rosiere; Jan. 28/ Kolberg; Feb. 11/ Slovan; Mar. 11/ Clyde; Mar. 18/ Pleasant Hill; Apr. 8/ Rio Creek; Apr. 15/ Thiry Deams; Apr. 22/ Alaska; Apr 29/ Lincoln; May 6, 1938
* School history of Longfellow school/ Apr. 18, 1924
* History of W. Kewaunee Footbridge school/ by Mrs. Dana/ June 11, 1948
* Red River; Bay View Grade School; history of it by the students/ May 26, 1949
* Slovan School History; "Ouradnik & Stepanek Settlers"./ June 2, 1949
* Lincoln School history/ June 9, 1949
* Alaska Grade school history/ June 23, 1949
* Dyckesville School history/ July 21, 1949
* Red River School history/ July 21, 1949
* St. Sauveur; Red River school history/ July 28, 1949
* (H). 5 schools closed due to small enrollment/ story in "Seek Permit for shop"./ Dec. 13, 1946
* Pleasant Hill School; W. of Algoma, will be used as Model school/ Apr. 16 & 23, 1948

4-AHNAPEE LUMBER CO.

* (H). Ahnapee Lumber Yard; N. side of 2nd St. bridge, on the W. side of street; owned by Gericke's/ Apr. 26, 1894
* Algoma Lumber Co. will build office & Yard;" build new Yards"/ Nov. 4, 1910
* Farrel Lumber Co.; "A big season"; on Mill St.; owned by Grimm/ July 14, 1911
* Farrel Lumber Co.; corner of 4 & Navarino St.; moved office/ Oct 19, 1923
* New Lumber Yard, owned by Goodman, in Ward 3, "Algoma Lumber Co."/ Feb 14, 1908



5-ALGOMA LIBRARY

* Library association started/ Dec. 21,1876
* (H). Library in 1878; 1460 books drawn from Labrary, had 303 books/ Jan 2, 1879
* What Ahnapee needs is a Public Library/Apr. 17,1884
* Library in Algoma; a meeting is held to talk about it/ Dec.I0.& 17, 1897, more Jan. 7,17, 21,  1898 & July 29;opened; Nov. 29,1898
* (H). Library moved to the Charles building/ July 24,1903
* Library opens over Bank in Algoma/ Sept. 23 & Nov, 4, 1921
* Library history ;by Mrs.Ackerman;good story/  Oct.6,1944
* History of' Algoma;library; city Board story/ Aug. 10,1945
* Library moves to new quarters; 'Buy Algoma Bank";Dec.25,I942
* Picture of "New Library"./Feb. 5,I944
* Reopens, in new Quarters over city hall/ Jan. 7,1944



6-BAD WEATHER IN KEWAUNEE & DOOR CO.

* Weather (cold -38) about the roads, mail & snow storm/ Feb. 11, 1875
* Snow storm; drifts 20 ft. deep/ mar. 10, 1881
* Wind & rain storm, worst in Rio Creek area/ list of barns down/ July 3, 1903
* Cyclone in Kewaunee Co.; what it did to the buildings/ July 9, 1909 & Aug. 25, 1944
* Ice, sleet, snow storm in Kewaunee & Door Co./ Mar. 3, 1922
* Windstorm; "wrecks many barns", in Kewaunee & Brown Co./ July 3, 1930
* Dust from Dakota in Algoma; "Ruins in Wash"./ Apr. 27, 1934
* Snow storm high wind storm in Algoma/ Feb. 26, 1937
* Hurricane in Door & Kewaunee; what was destroyed/ Aug. 18 & 25, 1944



6a--BANKS OF ALGOMA

* (H).  Kohlbeck, Frank, bought shop on Steel St./ Sept. 2, 1880
* Kohlbeck bought "The Bank of Algoma", once a bank/ now in 1982 is the Men's Dept./ July 26, 1907
* (H). New Bank in Algoma on Steel St. on Haney's Land/ will build/ Oct. 6, 1912
* House on lot where bank & Old Library were, "plans not completed"./ Aug. 9, 1912
* Building; the house that was on the lot that the bank is to be built on was moved to Fremont St./ Nov. 28, 1913
* New bank building nearly done; pictures of it/ Dec 28, 1913
* Bank of Algoma; short history "1 1/2 Tons of records leaves bank/ Apr. 14, 1944
* Savings & Loan; history of it; Started in 1924/ Jan 24, 1941
* 2 banks in Algoma merge/ Dec 15 & 22, 1933/ 2 banks in Kewaunee Merge; Policy on banking commission/ Dec. 15, 1933 & jan 5, 1934
* Banks of Algoma; History of the business & the Building & pictures/ Feb 5. 1943 & Dec. 25, 1942/ more by Leo Buege/ Dec. 22, 1944


7-BARS OF AHNAPEE TOWNSHIP

* (H). Brewery in Algoma; (VanSteele's), Schmeling bought Swaty's half/ Jan. 9, 1879
* (H). Building Bar; corner of State & 2 St.; owner Geo. Blaha/ Aug. 24, 1893
* (H). Corner of Mill & Steel St. is Kruegers Bar & Hotel/ Aug. 7, 1908
* Corner of Mill & Navarino St.; sold to Trost for a bar, from M. Melchior/ Mar. 17, 1899
* (H). Bar on Navarino St. of Mr. McCosky is fixed over "Will remodel Building"/ Sept. 17, 1920/ Bar sold "at Sheriff sale"/ Sept. 13, 1918
* (H). Bar; (Dart's) in Bruemmer, will build; R. Bruemmer owner/ May 4, 1893/ Bar sold to Gerrleman; build by Bruemmer, sold bar & dance hall, & 5 acres of land/ Apr. 14, 1916
* All bars in Algoma apply for liquor license, list location/ June 18, 1909
* Bar license for Algoma/ June 17, 1910 & June 9, 1911
* Ahnapee House (Fild House bar- 1980's) "Wolter Building"; 410 2nd St./ sold to Stangel/ Feb. 6 & May 15, 1942; Liquor permit
* "Urbanek Bar sold to Urbanek"/ land E. of bar is a car garage/ July 7, 1933



8-BOAT SERVICE IN ALGOMA

* (H). Boat time table (ad), from Ahnapee to any Lake city/ May 26, 1892
* Boat services on the Lake for people, is down to one boat a week/ Sept. 23, 1910
* Boat schedule of the Goodrich, on Lake Mich./ May 10, 1912
* Steamboat history on Lake Mich. of the Goodrich Co./ Mar 1 & 15, Apr. 5 & May 17, 1912
* Boat service to Chicago stopped, "To discontinue boats", in winter/ Sept. 26, 1910
* Boat Co.; Goodrich Co.; sold (came to Algoma) to Trorp, may come next year to Algoma/ Apr. 22, 1921 & Dec. 10, 1920



9-BRICK & CEMENT BLOCKS FACTORY IN ALGOMA HISTORY

* Brick Co. in Ahnapee; Boettcher's sold to Witte & Storm/ Mar. 5, 1896
* Factory ; now makes concrete(Cement) blocks for building, , owned by Henry Grimm of Algoma/ June 24, 1904
* Factory ;Grimm. sold plant, a planing mill, cement, & lumber business, in Algoma/ Sept. 23,&. 30, 1910



10-BRIDGES IN ALGOMA

* History of Bridge work in Algoma/ City Board Story/ Aug. 17 & 24, 1945
* 2nd St. Bridge, was buildt & used for yrs./ Apr. 15, July 29, Aug. 3, 1898, Feb. 24 & may 5, 1899
* (H). Picture of the 2nd St. bridge in Algoma/ Mar. 2, 1900
* 4th St. Bridge; about the bridge/ Mar. 23, 1906
* Bridge of 4th St. in Algoma, will be rebuilt/ Mar. 24, May 26 & June 2, 1922
* Work on 4th St. bridge in Algoma began/ July 14 & Aug. 18, 1922
* Work on 4th St. bridge; county assistance/ Nov. 10, 1949
* 2nd St. Bridge; Jan 15, 1937/ start to build new bridge; Apr. 12, 1945/ building bridge/ Oct. 5, 1945/ picture/ Apr. 18, 1947
* 2 St. bridge will be ready by July/ July 9, 1949
* History of the 2 St. Bridge; build in 1899/ Feb. 17, 1949/ more July 20, 1945



11-BRUEMMERVILLE NEWS

* Old Mill, sold to Stoller, & he tore it down/ Sept. 10, 1943
* Bruemmerville dam & land sold to Algoma hunting & fishing club/ pictures too/ Apr. 11, 1947
* Dam at Bruemmerville broke, water & fish all over the place/ Mar. 31, 1905



12-BUSINESS & THE MEN THAT HAD THEM, IN ALGOMA

* The building of masonic Hall/ June 19, 1873
* Directory; list of Co. offices; list of Societies, etc./ Oct. 5, 1876
* Ahnapee now has 16 brick buildings in the city/ 22 in the Township/ Oct. 17, 1878
* (H).  Building in Ahnapee, a barn, corner of Steel & 5th St. owned by Cooper/ July 24, 1879
* List a few of the men & their business, 25 names/ July 8, 1886
* (H).  Ahnapee; corner of Steel & 5th St; Borelm's livery stable's is now there/ Boedecker will move Wis. house Stable there/Jan. 11, 188?
* (H).  Building; Detjen & Co. owned by F. Seibt, once used by A. Danek, corner of 4 & State St./ Aug. 7, 1890
* (H).  Wilbur, started photographer business in the late 1890
* List of the business in Algoma & what each sells/ Dec. 17, 1891
* (H).  Sam Perry bought S.W. corner of 4 & Fremont St. from Otto Haack/ May 26, 1892
* (H).  Building; S.E. corner of Steel & 3rd St.; on Mich Melchior, will build /Feb. 18, 1894
* List of stores in Ahnapee & what they sell/ Dec. 20, 1894
* (H).  Kohlbeck House is building a home on 3 St.; between State & Steel St./ Dec. 12, 1895
* (H).  Ahnapee; corner of Steele & 2 St, build a band stand/ June 18, 1896
* Dr. Gardner House on Lake St., how it looks/ Aug. 20, 1896; (milton Miller's house in 1982)
* Store in Algoma; Engelbert's Store in Bastor building/ Aug. 19 & Sept. 9, 1897
* (H).  Restaurant is where the Post office was, in Melchoir's building/ Sept. 8, 1899
* Algoma business, changes in 28 yrs. what each man did 28 yrs ago/ what he is selling now/ good history story/ May 31, 1901
* (H).  Dr. Churchille took over Dr. Millan's office & house on corner of 4 & Clark St. /Dec. 20, 1901
* (H).  Dr. Churchill's got a X-Ray machine, first one in Algoma,/ Jan. 3, 1902
* (H).  New store in Algoma; Algoma Implement Co. in Masonic Building/ Feb. 6, 1903
* Englebert bought lot across from his store, on 4 St, once a meat market yrs ago/ will build 2 stories brick building/ Mar. 6, 1903
* Building on lot next to Hotel Martin; Busch & Cohn, will build a 2 story high brick building on Steel St./ Oct 28, 1904
* Building between 2 & 3 St. on Steel St.; torn down on S. side of St./ build in 1878/ Jan. 25, 1907
* (H).  Osteopathy in Algoma/ Nov. 29, 1907
* Melchior build house on Mill & Navarino corner/ Mar. 27; done Aug 28, 1908
* Algoma; 1856-1910 an old book tells the early prices of things, & about some of the buildings/ June 10, 1910
* Build; Algoma Produce Co. building a warehouse & office/ Aug. 5 & Sept. 2, 1910
* Haney adds onto his building, corner of 2 & Steel St./ Aug. 25, 1911
* Build, Kratt, will build on Steel & 3rd St.; took down old building/ Mar. 21, 1913
* (H).  "have leased building; Old Net Co. Building, leased to Algoma Produce Co. for eggs/ Dec. 19, 1913
* (H).  Temple of Honor; building in Algoma, was lot No 8 S1/2 of ?? 9, in Block in Youngs & Steel Plat/ Jan 28, 1916
* (H).  Dr. Besserdich the Chiroporater; takes over Mr. Naudts; of Kewaunee came to Algoma/ Sept. 29, 1916
* Drug Store, of Boedecker Bros, sold to A.L. Johnson, corner building/ Sept. 27, 1918
* (H).  Giddens & Giddens; Chiropractors came to Algoma on 5 St./ 1921
* Kashik remodels (1980 Harman's shop) build 1890/ July 25, 1924
* Store; Englebert; Louis will build on the store/ Apr 26, 1901 opened/ Dec. 4, 1903/ picture' Dec 11, 1903/ Sold; under new management;       history of the place/ July 8, 1927
* Kohlbeck; picture of hte people that worked there 29 yrs ago/ Sept. 2, 1932
* Englebert quits business; Oct. 18, 1935/ Mr. Katch opens Store in Algoma, in Englebert building/ Nov. 13, 1936/ Katch's store sold to bank for $10,000/ May 29, 1936
* Variety store at Algoma; in LuMaye Store; Beach's Store/ Mar. 19 & Apr. 16, 1937
* Ahnapee House; is sold to Stangel/ (1983 is Field House Bar; 410 second St./) "Wolter Building/ Feb. 6 & may 15, 1942
* Melchior bros; history of the buildings after 50 yrs./ July 6, 1945
* (H).  Swaty Block building sold to M. Bretl/ corner of S. Water & Steel St./ Aug. 21, 1914/ The building was remodeled by Mr. Baudhuin/ Aug. 26, 1938/  He bought building for warehouse/ Mar. 19, 1937/ R. DeGuelle bought Swaty building E. of his barn(?)/ July 6, 1948
* Peter Kashik, closed Meat shop on Steel St./ May 20, 1910
* Ahnapee had a Chinaman Laundry Shop/ Nov 19/ he left; Dec. 10, 1896
* Tifft & Hay in fall of 1881 bought the Robert Store building on the N.W. Corner of Steele & 4 St, for a hardware store/ Oct. 6, 1881
* Bates Drugs moved into the Stebbins & Decker building in N. side of Steel St. between 2 & 3 St./ Tifft & Hay Harware move to N.W. corner of Steel & 4 St. ( A red Brick building)/ Kumbelck & Pies (furniture & Harness) move to A. Denek's building; S. side of Steel St.; between 2 & 3 St./ Oct 6, 1881
* Building in Algoma; corner of 4 & Steele; by Lidral & Andre hardware store/ May 2 & Feb 21, 1902/ History of place/ Dec. 29, 1944
* Baker; J. Knaapen; about his business in Algoma/ Apr. 18, 1924/ moved to Sturgeon Bay; sold bakery/ Oct. 5, 1934
* (H).  Pop factory in Charles building/ corner of 1 & Steele St./ in the basement, owned by Garot/ Feb 12, 1909
* (H).  Furniture Store; corner of 2 & S Water St. in Schubish's building/ Aug. 26, 1910
* Schubish & Ihlenfeld bought Busch Building on Steel St. for a Furniture & Undertaking business/ Jan 3, 1913/ History of the Furniture Co./ picture too/ Nov. 23, 1928
* Algoma Wholesale & retail; Flour & Feed Store, corner of 4 & S. Water St., owned by Mayor Ihlenfeld/ Aug. 20, 1915
* (H).  New tailer Shop, by E. Danek in Melchior Building/ Apr. 10, 1903
* Factory; Cigar factory; Benoit owner, on Steele St./ Sept. 9, 1897
* Sam Perry's building, what he sells, how big the building is/ Nov. 5, 1897
* Store; corner of Mill & navarion St.; sold to Vogel from Pautz/ Aug. 9, 1907
* (H). Blacksmith Shop, corner of S. Water & Navarino St.; by Blahnik. Jan. 10, 1902
* New Co. started in Hotel martin; corner of Steel & 4th st./ will handle dairy foods & supplies, owned by Bretl & Thiard/ June 7, 1907
* New Lumber yard, owned by Goodman, in Ward 3, "Algoma Lumber Co./ Feb. 14, 1908
* New Coal Dock in Algoma, on W. side of river/ Oct. 8 & Aug 27, 1909
* (H).  Knospe Bros, buys Pies lot on 4 St. for Farm machine display/ Mar. 27, 1903
* Corner of 2 & Steel St. in Algoma, building for Haney Co./ for agricultureal business/ Sept. 14 & 21, 1906
* Building; corner of State & 4 N.W. Corner, Seibt building, now a bakery/ Oct 13, 1892
* (H).  Groessl Bros. bought corner Drug Store/ corner of 4 & Steele St./ Feb 3, 1922
* Building in Ahnapee/ New Drug Store/ corner of 4 & Steele St. by Joe Kipfer, 20 & 40 ft, done in spring/ Dec. 20, 1877
* Perliawitz; William & Henry; 50 yrs, in wagon making business in Algoma; pictures too/ Dec. 14, 1928
* Barber shop in Algoma on Steele St./ history of the place/ Jan. 11, 1946



13-CARNOT NEWS

* Carnot History & the people of the area/ Aug. 22, 1924
* Store at Carnot, run by Herman Teske; picture too/ Mar. 24, 1939



11-CARS & GAS STATIONS IN ALGOMA

* (H). Kewaunee Co.; has 35 cars; Algoma has 7, Kewaunee 14, Luxemburg 6/ Oct. 14, 1910
* (H). Car; first car came to Algoma on tues. from Green bay/ May 3, 19?1
* (H). First car repair shop in Algoma on Steele St; Klatt owner/ Sept. 30, 1910
* Cars in Kewaunee Co. "Charm of Motoring"/ June 30, 1911
* Perry store building sold to Schultz for a garage/ Feb. 22, 1918
* (H). Schultz sold Perry building to Dworak, Gaynodr & Golstein, for Fords cars/ Aug. 16, 1918
* (H). Corner of Steel & 4th St. is Paarman, estate, torn down, building will be a gas station; Local halling/ Nov. 26, 1920
* (H). Building a garage, corner of 4 & Fremont St. by Algoma Motors/ Apr. 14, 1916
* (H). Gas Station building; corner of 5 & Jefferson St. in Algoma, owner Harey Yahnke/ June 6, 1930
* Service Station; to build, corner of 4 & Clark, torn down a barn/ Nov. 6, 1931
* Rabas, James; bought Dvorak Garage in Algoma, now calls it Algoma Motors/ Feb. 26, 1937
* (H). Picture of Gas Station, corner of Navarino St. & 4 St., run by Leon Kashik/ July 21, 1939
* Gas station; corner of 4th & Navarino St. will build/ June 24, 1938 & May 12, 1939
* Gas Station; at north end of Mill St. across from the Hospital; want to build/ Jan 13, 1939
* Algoma Motor Car Co., building on corner of 4 & Fremont St./ will be a garage/ Aug. 21, 1931
* Garage; Ropson's corner of 4 & Fremont; grand opening, pictures too/ Apr. 12, 1940/ bought corner for station/ Nov. 20, 1936
* Gas; biggest gas sale day in the history of Algoma/ Dec. 4, 1942
* Gas station; corner of 4 & Lake St.; Peterson Co./ July 8 & 15, Aug 19, Sept. 16 & Dec. 23; lost case/ all in 1938 paper
* Gas station; corner of Lake & 4 St.; news on Zoning/ June 16, 1939
* Peterson Gas Station case; corner of 4 & Lake/ Nov. 3, Dec. 8, 1939, Mar. 29 & Sept. 13, 1940, Jan. 10 & Feb. 7, 1941
* Peterson Gas station case/ Feb. 13, 1942 & Nov. 12, 1943
* Peterson; starts to build; corner of Lake & 4/ July 4, 1947



15-CASCO & MR. DECKER NEWS

* Fire at Casco Novelty Co. Jan. 13/ more June 2, 1905 & Feb. 9 & Jan. 12, 1906
* Land at Casco & Luxemburg are on a buried forest; good story/ July 9, 1915
* (H). Banks in Casco & Luxemburg, new ones are run by Decker family/ Dec. 5, 1902
* (H). Casco News; will build new bank; on King's lot/ Feb. 2, 1913
* Factory; "Toy Factory in Casco/ Oct. 18, 1901 & Nov. 28, 1902; Sold to E. Decker/ Dec. 19, 1902
* Casco Iron Works, burned down, in Casco News/ May 22, 1908
* Casco; Western Bent Wooden-Ware, factory, is now in full operation/ Sept. 4, 1873; Local matters
* (H). Casco news; old Decker Mill torn down/ Nov. 20, 1914
* Decker building in Casco sold to Casco Milling & Elevator Co./ Mar. 30, 1917
* Hospital; Decker's place in Casco may becaome a hospital, part of Green Bay's St. Vincent's Hospital/ Aug. 25, 1911
* Decker; Mr. E. of Casco; his pretty house, story & land/ Feb. 12, 1880
* (H). Mr. Decker gave his "Papers to Kewaunee Co." in 'County Seat News'/ June 4, 1909
* Decker; Ed/ Properties in Law Suit; good story/ Nov. 27, 1914
* Decker; papers; plea for preservation/ Dec. 28, 1934
* Decker museum, at Kewaunee Court House/ Aug. 25, 1939
* Newspaper file of Mr. Decker's/ missing a Green Bay paper/ July 31, 1942
* Casco Van Camp; will build a condensing milk plant in Casco/ Aug. 20 & Oct. 1, 1926
* Oil in Casco Township; at Scarboro; hope of Oil/ Oct. 31, Nov. 21 & Dec. 5, 1930
* Legion Hall building at Casco; building & pictures/ June 23, 1939
* Maple Syrup camp at Casco/ picture & story/ Apr. 24, 1939
* Casco has a new industry; "Metal Baskets", in Hall Enterprises building/ Jan. 11/ Picture; Feb 8, 1946
* History of Casco's Wiesner-Massart business & building; picture too/ Nov. 4 & 11, 1948
* Jos. Koss; of Casco, "Lets get aquainted; first on in the paper/ Nov. 7, 1941



16-CEMETERIES OF THIS AREA

* Cemetery; Civil War Vet. graves;/decoration day/ June 3,1875
* Cemetery; old one corner of 5 & State St. in Algoma; list of persons that were buried there/ May 27,1875
* A 7 ft. cemetery stone was made in Algoma for McDonald's grave in Sturgeon Bay/ June 19,1879
* Stone cutter; Empey took over Cameron's shop/Sept. 13,1894
* Busch Cem. is W. & next to Defaut Cem./Dec. 11, 1890
* (H). Busch sold cem. to C. Boedecker/ Sept. 21,1917
* Busch Cem. became Evergreen Cem./ July 5, 1918
* Evergreen Cem. includes Old Busch Cem.,Defaut Cem., Barrand & Methodist Cem./ Jan. 4,1935
* (H). Carlton Decoration Day; names 2 died soldiers; Robert & McNally/ June 5, 1879
* (H). Casco Cem.; second person buried there is a Drury child/ Feb. 9, 1900
* "Hand made Cem. in Brussels"./ all about it, church burned in 1871/ Very good story/ Aug. 6, 1920
* T. Bultman bought Bar, W. of Algoma, cleaned out Ahnapee Township Cem./ Oct. 19, 1937
* St. Mary's Catholic Cem, in Algoma has a new addition "the North Hills" (land that is W. of the Cem. now
l980's)/Aug. 9, 1946
* City of Algoma now owns Evergreen Cem./ Mar. 9,1923
* Evergreen Cem. will plant 96 trees/ 1983 these trees were cut down for road widen/ July 28, 1933 & June
1,1934



17-CHEESE FACTORIES OF KEWAUNEE CO.

* (H). Cheese factory in Alaska, between the 2 lakes, opens in June/ May 30, 1878
* Cheese factory in Pierce Township on Ouradnik's land/ Apr. 4, 1878
* Creamery at Kodan, by Wenzel Ullsperger/ Feb. 18, 1898 & Sept. 16, 1898
* Cheese factories in Kewaunee Co./ Apr. 16, 1885
* Cheese factories around Kewaunee Township; name & owner, No. of lbs. of cheese each received/ July 24, 1890 & Aug. 27, 1891
* Milk strike in Kewaunee Co.; cheese factories closed/ Nov. 10 & 17 1933
* Cheese Plant of Thiry Daems; largest in Co.; 2 pictures & history of the place/ Feb. 2, 1934
* Cheese; the making of it; pictures; Sept. 8/ Duvall plant; Sept. 15/ Alaska; Sept. 22/ Lincoln; Sept. 24, 1939
* Factories; Rosiere; Jan. 12/ Slovan; Jan. 12/ Red River; Jan. 26/ Rio Creek; Feb. 2/ Casco; Feb 23/ Scarboro; Mar. 8/ Roseire; Mar. 15/ Ceder Grove; near Luxemburg; Apr. 12/ Rankin; May 10/ W. Kewaunee; May 31/ Algoma; July 10/ E. Lincoln; Aug. 23, 1940
* Factories pictures; Thiry Daems; Nov. 10/ Euren; Dec. 15/ Lincoln; Oct. 27/ Kodan; Nov. 3/ Rostok; Oct. 6/ Tonet; Oct. 13/ Silver Creek; Oct. 20, 1939/ Rankin; Brookside factories; Jan. 5, 1940
* Factory; at Bruemmerville; stops business; about the place/ Mar. 31, 1944
* Factory at Euren; sold/ history of the place/ Mar. 16, 1945
* Rio Creek cheese factory torn down/ Apr. 7, 1949



18-CHRONOLOGY LIST FROM PAPER

* Review of 1934 events; of Door & Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 4, 1935
* 1935 events; of Kewaunee Co./ Jan. 3, 1936
* List of events of 1936/ Jan. 8, 1937
* List of events of 1937/ Dec. 31, 1937
* List of events of 1938/ Jan. 6, 1939
* List of events of Kewaunee Co./ Jan. ?, 1940
* List of 1940 events/ Jan. 3, 1941
* List of 1941 events/ Jan. 16, 1942
* List of events/ Jan. 8, 1943
* List of 1943 events/ Jan 7, 1944
* List of 1944 events/ Jan 5, 1945
* List of 1945 events/ Jan. 4 & 11, 1946
* List of 1946 events/ Jan 3, 1947
* List of events of 1947/ list the deaths of the yr./ Jan. 2, 1948
* List of events; list of deaths also/ Dec. 30, 1948
* List of events of 1949/ Dec. 29, 1949



19-CHURCH HISTORY DOOR ,BROWN & KEWAUNEE CO.

* (H). Meeting house, corner of Division & Navarino St., Rev. came to preach/ May 13,1880
* Churchs in Algoma; 4 churchs/July 28,1881
* About the churches in Algoma/ Dec.I0,1874
* Churchs;5 in Algoma, 3 parsonages, & 2 parochial school buildings & 1 house for the sisters/ Jan. 15 &
29,1891

ST. MARY'S CHURCH ALGOMA

* St. Mary's got land for a new church from Mr. Decker/Feb. 14, 1898
* St. Mary's; 2 pictures of it, & some history/ Mar. 9,1900
* St. Mary's will build a new church/ Sep. 2, 1904
* Old Catholic Church of Algoma was moved , used as Hall/May 26, 1905
* Dedication of new church, on Dec. 20/ Dec. 14 & 28,1906
* Church laid  corner stone/ Apr. 13 & 20 1906
* Cost of the new church/ Feb. 15,1907
* Church will build new school/ Feb. 9,1917

ST PAUL'S  ALGOMA

* (H). Lutheran  school on 5th St. & Navarino St. ;24 x 40 ft, 20 ft.. high/ May 26,1881
* Church; history of it's 33 yrs./ Dec. 5,1895/ built new; Jan.9, 1896 old log church, used by Lumber
Co.;burned/Mar.8,1918
* Corner stone laid at church/ Jan. or June 11 & 18,1896
* (H) Church Clock, raising funds/ Apr. 25 & Jan. 17,1902
* (H). Light at Church tower on/ Feb. 26,1904
* New Pipe Organ Dedication at church/ July 21, 1905
* History of Church/ Dec. 20,1912
* 50 yr. party for old members/ Oct. 31,1930
* (H). Opera House of Algoma" The old opera house lot, on 3 St.; Mrs. Wolter plans to move the old
* Lutheran Parsonage, which she bought, on the lot"./ Mar. 23,I928/ The Opera House was torn
down  in 1923/ July 20,1923
* Clock in the Church , the iron weight fell 2 floors/ Aug.25,I933
* St. Paul's/ 50 yr. member picture/ Oct. 25, 1946

METHODIST, EPISCOPAL, BAPTIST CHURCHS OF ALGOMA

* Baptist church/ new building, about other churchs in Algoma too/ Dec, 10,1874
* Church; Baptist; Rev. leaves after 14 yrs. here/ now has 49 yrs./ Nov. 8, 1877
* Hotel Dormer is old Baptist Church/ Dec.20, I894
* New Episcopal Church in Algoma, started work on building/ June 6, 1878
* Grace Episcopal church, burned;history of it/ May 1 & 8, 1884
* (H). Episcopal is done; services on Sunday/ Nov. 21,1878 & Feb.2, 1906
* St. Agnes by the Lake; dedicated/ June 25,I89I & Sept. 25,1892
* Ropson, Henry, bought the M.E. Germany Church Lot, corner of 4 & Fremont/ Nov; 20,1936
* Old M.E. Church building, corner of 4 & Fremont, ,torn down/ May 24 & Sept 27, 1935

ALGOMA'S METHODIST CHURCH

* Methodist Church of Algoma, has golden Jubilee/May 29 & June 5 & 12, 1942

-RANKIN CHURCH

* Church at Rankin & School burned/ Nov. 23,1893
* (H). Church at Rankin, under contract/Mar. 11, 1875
(Lutheran church on the Green Bay Road in Ahnapee Township; is Rankin Church.)
* St. John's of Rankin; diamond Jubilee;pictures;/Aug. 21 & 28, 1942

ALASKA CHURCH

* (H). Church at Alaska is just about done; is 36 & 60 ft./Aug.2, 1877
* (H). Church; New Catholic Church at Pierce Township, near Half way House/ Feb. 6,1877
* (H). Church at Alaska dedicated/Dec. 14/ More Jan 2, 1879 & Dec.5, 1878

LINCOLN CHURCH

(Grandleize church is; St. Peter's Church at Lincoln )
* (H). Lincoln Church done; called Grandlaiz) Oct.IO, 1878
* Church; new one in Lincoln Township to be built/ Feb. 28 & 7,1878
* Church at Lincoln " St. Peter's burned ;by lightening/ Nov. 16,1882 build again/ Nov. 30,1882/ New
church done; 0ct. 14, 1886
* Silver Jubilee of church/ Dec. 12,1930

ROSIERE CHURCH

* (H). New Church at Rosiere, dedication/ Feb. 10,1876
* New Church, under way/ July 15 & Aug. 5,1932
* Clarence Wickenburg fell from the church roof, now in a Green Bay hospital, was fixing the roof/ Aug. 16
&  Sept. 2, 1932
* Picture of the first small chapel there/ Feb. 18,1938

CASCO CHRCH

* Church at Peot, in  Casco Township,had it's first mass/ Nov. 5, 1874
* Church at Casco, is done, corner stone laid/ May 11 & Oct. 26, 1900
* History of Casco Church/ Oct. 16 & 30, 1925

LUXEMBURG CHURCH

* (H). Church in Luxemburg Township, Lutheran Church, will build a new one, torn down old one/ Mar.14, 1902

CARLTON, FRANKLIN & W. KEWAUNEE TOWNSHIP CHURCHS

* Church at Carlton; Englist Methodist Episeopla/ Mar. 2,1876
* (H). Church at Norman, new church is just about done/ Sept.23, 1904
* Church at Norman, "St. Joseph1s done, took 2 yrs.to build"/Aug. 25, 1905
* Stangelville church, 75 yr. anniversary & history/ Aug. 14,1939
* Krok; St. Hedwig's;Polish Church;history/ June 30,1939 picture & decicate of it/ Apr. 21 & June 9, 1949

CHURCHS OF DOOR CO.

CLAY BANKS CHURCHS

* (H). Church; Catholic Church to be built in Clay banks, on Finan land/ Feb. 15, 1883
* Carnot; Forest Church, 60 yrs. anniversary/ Sept. 10 & 17, 1943
* Tanum; Clay banks Church; 70 yrs. anniversary/ Sept. 18, 1942

MAPLEWOOD & FORESTVILLE CHURCHS

* New Catholic Church between Forestville & Ahnapee, begin building/ July 1, 1875 & Aug. 12, 1875
* (H). Church at Forestville Township at "Zettle's Corners" will discontinued/ Apr. 20, 1900
* Church at Maplewood, laid corner stone (Zettle's corner)/ July 5 & Oct. 4, 1901
* Maplewood church dedicated Dec. 17/ Dec. 20, 1901/ 50 yr. party/ Sept. 19, 1930
* Church at Forestville, done, Catholic Church/ Oct. 23, 1879
* (H). Church at Forestville, is dedicated/ Nov. 18, 1880
* Catholic Order; golden Jubille; history of thechurch/ Dec. 8, 1944
* Dedicate of New Lutheran Church & pictures/ Dec. 8 & 15, 1949

KOLBERG

* (H). Church; at Kolberg, new one, on Matzke's land, 5 acres, will build/ Oct. 30, 1903
* Church at Kolberg, corner stone laid; June 14/ June 5 & Dec. 18, 1908
* (H). Picture of Kolberg Church; New and old ones/ Feb. 5, 1909

BRUSSELS CHURCH

* St. Francis; Xavier Church; 50 yrs. anniversary/ Sept. 21, & 28, 1928
* (H). Church at Duvall "Old Catholic Church"; sold 2 acres & building/ Feb. 4, 1898/ Torn down old church/ Duvall news; Sept. 12, 1941

BROWN CO. CHURCH

* History of Robinsonville Chapel/ Aug. 14, 1925
* (H). Church; Spiritualism, in Brown Co. Belgium interested in it/ Mar. 28 & Feb. 21, 1878



19a-CLAY BANKS & FOSCORO NEWS

* (H). Shipments from Foscoro in 1 yr.; logs, wood, posts, etc./ Jan 6, 1876
* Foscoro, what was there in 1877/ Dec. 6, 1877
* Foscoro Hotel, will have 31 rooms, etc./ Mar. 21, 1878
* (H). Telegraph office at Foscoro, Northwestern telegraph Co./ Apr. 15, 1880
* (H). Clay banks in 1881 had; 2 stores, 1 hotel, 1 saloon, etc./ Dec. 1, 1881
* History of Mt. Lookout; good story/ Aug. 28, 1936
* Foscoro; "Picture buried 40 yrs. "at Fellows cottages/ July 20, 1923
* Legend of Silver mine; by Geo Mose/ Aug. 14, 1925
* LaSalee Park; history of hte park & why a park is there/ Jan 11, 1929/ Land will become a park/ Aug. 8 & 15, 1930
See fires of Clay Banks township



20-DISEASES IN DOOR & KEWAUNEE CO.

* (H). Typhoid fever, in Bailey's Harbor; Door Co.; 3 family's died of the fever/ Oct. 15, 1874
* (H). Diphtheria; 19 fatal cases in Ahnapee Township in 5 weeks/ Sept. 25, 1877
* Diseases; Diphtheria, scarlet & Typhoid fever, 9 out of 10 caused by filth water & air; etc./ July 24, 1879
* (H). Scarlet fever; scarely a family in Clay Banks with out it/ May 1, 1879
* (H). Diphtheria; in Lincoln Township, family lost 4 children, a lot sick from it/ May 29, 1879
* (H). Disease; measles in Foscoro & Ahnapee Township, a lot sick/ Mar. 4, 1880
* Typhoid fever in Lincold area, lot in that area sick/ Sept. 1, 1916
* (H). Bill to build in Wis. a T.B. Hospital/ Feb. 20 & Apr. 24, 1903
* Hospital; Algoma needs one/ Oct. 27, 1911
* Measles outbreak, no swimming at Beaches/ July 23, 1943
* Polio; closes beaches & all public places/ Aug. 2 & 23, 1946



21-DOOR CO. HISTORY FROM ALGOMA NEWSPAPER

* Shipping canal started in Sturgeon Bay/ Sept. 17, 1874
* Canal opened, July 4 at Sturgeon Bay/ June 27, 1878 & Feb. 20, 1879
* Railroad to Sturgeon Bay/ June 28, July 26/ Aug. 2/ done; Aug. 16, 1894
* Lawson's of Maplewood, settled there in 1870/ July 18, 1878
* Door Co.; hunting & the woods of Door Co./ Jan. 17, 1878
* Sturgeon Bay & Bay View (sawyer) in 1880, the improvments/ Aug. 19, 1880
* Voseville, about it, 2 miles from White Fish bay; Door Co./ Jan. 24, 1884 & Oct. 18 & Nov. 22, 1883
* Electric lights in Sturgeon Bay, will be done by Mr. Hamacek of Ahnapee/ Jan. 22, Feb. 19, May 28, 1891
* (H). Bank will be built at Maplewood/ May 26, 1916/ open doors; Oct. 27, 1916
* Whiteman, on the Peninsula, started trading post/ Mar. 16 & 23, 1923
* Maplewood, 12,000 gallons of Gas floods village/ Mar. 6 & 20, 1925
* Geier Mill; E. Maplewood; torn down; history/ Nov. 23, 1928
* Little Sturgeon; Claffin; Monument unveiled/ July 12, 1935
* Found skeleton in Door Co. in Little Sturgeon, 200 yrs. old/ June 20, 1930



22-ELECTION RESULTS & MEN IN OFFICE OF KEWAUNE'E CO.

* History of first election in Kewaunee CQ/page 8/ Feb. 9, I923
* List of Gov. men in office; Mayor, Chairmen; etc,/Mar. 21 & Apr.4, 1902
* Election; list of men of Kewaunee Co. running for office/ Sept. 9, 1910
* List of men running for office of Kewaunee Co./Apr. 3/ results; Apr. 10, 1914
* (H) men running for office; the ballot/ Aug. 21, 1914
* (H). List of Ahnapee election results;13 names/ July 17, 1873
* (H). Voting results in Wis. & Kewaunee Co./ Nov, 7,1902
* Election results of City & Co. in Kewaunee Co./ Apr. I0,1903
* Result of election of Kewaunee Co./ Apr. 8, 1904
* Results of election of Kewaunee Co. for Co.  Judge & School Supt./ Apr. 7,1905
* Election results of Kewaunee Co; by each Township/ Apr. 5,1907
* Election results of Kewaunee & Door Co./ Apr. 8 & Nov. 11,1910 & Apr. 7,1911/ list of each Township results; Apr. 5,1912
* Election results of Kewaunee Co./ new law; must be a U.S. citizen to vote/ Apr. 4, I9I3
* Election results of Wis. & Kewaunee Co/Nov. 6, 1914 & Nov, 10,1916
* Election Ballot; Aug. 25/ results; Sept. 8,1916
* Election results; for Supt. of Schools/ etc./Apr.6,I917
* Election results form Kewaunee Co. & Wis./ Apr. 5, Sept.6, & Nov. 8, 1918
* Election results of U.S. & Kewaunee Co. for U.S. Pres./ Nov.5,1920
* Election results of Wis. & Kewaunee Co.; Casco News/ Apr. 9,1920
* Election results of Wis. & Kewaunee Co,/ Nov. 10,1922
* Kewaunee Co. Primary Election candidates;pictures of each/Sept. 9 & 16, 1932



23-FACTORIES OF AHNAPEE, HISTORY OF THEM

* Factory for Sash, Door & Blinds; Herman Detjen & Paul Gablowsky/ May 8, 1884
* Factory; Mr. Boalt will make kitchen tables in Galbowsky's factory/ May 13, 1897 & Jan. 21, 1898
* Factories in Ahnapee, & their growth in a few months/ Jan. 12, & Feb. 23, 1893/ about the Net Co./ Jan. 19, 1893
* Ahnapee; "Its Industries"; Business Men; Etc.; from Kewaunee paper/ Nov. 5, 1891
* Factory & the work they do in Algoma. "Viewed by others eyes"./ June 29, 1906
* Algoma factories will build on; at Net & Wood Co. & Foundry/ Apr. 23, May 14 & Sept. 4, 1920
* History of Algoma Box & Dowel Co.; "Algoma's young Plant"/ Jan. 6, 1949



24-FARM VISITS OF DOOR & KEWAUNEE CO.

* Ahnapee; June 13, 1941
* Wolf River; Aug. 13, 1937
* Woodside; Aug. 7, 1925 & Oct. 10 & Aug. 8, 1941
* N. of Algoma on S./ July 2, 7, 16, 23 & 30, & Aug. 6, 27 & 20, 1937/ Oct. 7, 1938 & Aug. 8, 1941
* Kodan area; Aug. 28, 1925, Sept. 3, 1937 & Dec. 23, 1938
* Kolberg area/ Aug. 26, 1938
* S. of Algoma; July 5, 1940
* Bruemmerville; June 28, 1940
* Silver Creek/ Sept. 10, 17 & 24, 1937
* Pleasant Hill area; Jan 27, 1939
* County Trunk D farmers/ Oct. 1, 1937
* Rankin area/ Feb. 4, 11, 1938/ July 28, 1939/ Oct. 3, 1941
* Rio Creek; Aug. 16, & Feb. 4 & 11, 1940/ July 18, 1941 & Mar. 11, & May 13, 1938
* Gregor; Oct. 22, 1937 & July 19, 1940
* Euren; Nov. 12, 1937 & Oct. 11, 1940
* Rosiere; Oct. 22, 29 & Nov. 5, 26 & Dec. 3 & 10 & 24, 1937/ Jan 21, 1938 & July 10, 1925
* Lincoln:  Sept. 12, 20, Oct. 3, 1924/ Nov. 19, 1937/ July 2 & Aug. 30 & Sept. 27, 1940/ June 27, 1941/ June 22, Jan 28, 1938/ July 3 & Oct. 2, 1925/ Sept. 25, 1927/ Oct. 8, 1937
* Casco:  Sept. 25 & July 17, 1925/ Feb. 18, Apr. 8, May 27, June 10, 17 & 22, & Aug. 12, 1938/ May 26, 1939 July 4 & Sept. 26, 1941
* Tonet; Oct. 14, 1938
* Pierce; Aug. 28, July 24, 1925/ Oct. 28, 1938/ July 7 & 14, 1939/ July 14, 1940/ June 20, Aug. 2, 1941. Apr. 15, 1938
* Krohn's Lake/ Jan. 13, 1939
* Red River; June 26, July 3, Oct. 2, 1925/ June 3 & 22, Sept. 2 & 30 & Oct. 14, 1938  Short history of the land/ Spet. 24, 1937
* Alaska; Feb. 18, 1938/ June 21, 1940/ Nov. 21, 1924
* Slovan; Feb. 25, Mar. 18 & 25, Apr. 1, May 20, 1938/ Sept. 6, 1940/ Aug. 29, 1941/ July 31, 1925
* Clyde; Feb 25, 1938
* Ryan; July 1, 1938/ July 31, 1925
* Scaboro; July 8 & 29, 1938
* Luxemburg; Apr. 8 & 29/ June 17 & Oct. 21, 1938
* Thiry Daems; July 15 & Aug. 5 & 19, 1938
* W. Kewaunee; July 22 & Sept. 23, 1938
* Carlton; Nov. 7, 1924
 
Door Co.
Brussels; Sept. 9, 1938
* Forestville/ Nov. 4, 1938
* Clay Banks/ June 2, 1939
* Review of 1938 farm visits/ Jan 6, 1939
* Farm visit; a look back of 6 months of farm visits/ Jan. 7, 1938



25-FIRE CO., FIRE INSURANCE, FIRE STATION & THE FIRE MEN

* History of Mutual Fire Insurance Co./ June 30, 1939
* Montpelier Fire Insurance; started in 1888; picture too/ July 21, 1939
* German Mutual Farmers Fire Insurance history/ July 28, 1939
* German Mutual Co./ changed name to Northeastern Mutual Fire Co./ Jan. 14, 1944
* Old Hand pumper; back in Algoma/ Astor No. 1, was at Luxemburg for 26 yrs./ Aug. 3, 1934/ history of the pumper/ July 22, 1938 & more on the pumper/ Aug. 1, 1947
* Fire Engine Chief; Meyer tells of its history/ Jan. 12 & 26, 1940
* Algoma Firemen; short history of hte men & the Volunteer Fire Dept./ Dec. 21 & 28, 1945
* Algoma Fire men got a new truck/ Sept. 12, 1947
* Fire station; old on; picture of the small building/ Sept. 17, 1948
* Fire station vote/ July 30 & Aug. 27; more pictures/ Sept. 20, 1948



26-FIRE OF 1871

* History of 1871 fire in Capt. Callaway's obit./ Feb 23, 1917
* Fire of 1871; 44 yrs. ago/ Oct. 8, 1915
* Fire of 1871; the people & money that was given to help/ Oct. 26, 1876



27-FIRES OF DOOR & KEWAUNEE CO.

FIRES AT ALGOMA

* Fire at Pier Co. in Algoma on Steele St., the things lost/ Dec. 24, 1874
* Fire at the wis. House Hotel/ in Algoma, S.W. Corner of Steele & 4 st./ History of the building/ Apr. 15, 1875
* Fire; at Algoma, on 4 St., a blacksmith shop/ Mar. 6, 1879
* Fire; buildings & quantity lost of Steel St./ June 30, 1881
* Fire at Grace Episcopal Church, history of the place/ May 1 & 8, 1884
* Fire at Fax home; corner of 1 & Steele St. also other buildings burned/ Apr. 2, 1885
* Fire at corner of 2 & Steele St; S.W. corner/ also history of the buildings/ July 5, 1888
* (H). Fire at Tannery, at 4 St. near Net Co./ July 23, 1885
* Fire at "Cream House", corner of 3 & Steel St./ Apr. 21, 1887
* Fire at corner of 2 & Steel St.; history of the building/ Mar. 12, 1891
* Fire; corner of 4 & navarino St.; Mr. Eveland's home, old place/ Mar. 29, 1894
* Fire at corner of Clark & Fremont St./ Jan. 31, 1895
* Fire at foot of S. Water St. (East side); a warehouse, etc./ Jan. 24, 1895
* Fire at Haney St. and old building & history of it/ Sept. 26, 1895
* Fire at Ahnapee Foundy; Machine Shop & Electrical Light Shop/ Aug. 8 & 22, 1895/ rebuilt/ Aug. 29, 1895
* Fire at C.B. Tifft's Harware Store/ Jan. 5, 1900
* Fire at corner of Clark & 4 St; a meat market & a house/ Feb. 16, 1900
* Fire at corner of 4 & Fremont; first fire since new water works were put in/ Hotel will rebuild/ July 15, 1904
* Fire at corner of 2 & Steel St. "Capelle General Store"/ Sept. 14, 1906
* Fire at corner of 4 & Steel St. in Bretl Building/ Mar. 18, 1910 & Dec. 24, 1909
* Fire at Plumbers Woodworks Co./ May 3, 1912
* Fire at Buchman & Navarino St corner; at Seibt's home/ Apr. 25, 1913
* Fire at Plywood plant/ sprinkling system put it out/ Sept. 5, 1913
* (H). Fire at Old log Lutheran Church, used by Lumber Co./ Mar. 8, 1918
* (H). Fire at Ihlenfeld building, between Newspaper office & Stebbins Hotel, on Steel St./ Oct. 25, 1918
* Fire at Lidral harware Store/ Feb. 13, 1920
* Fire at Mr. Feld's farm's of Algoma/ barn burned; picture/ Aug. 1 & Sept. 19, 1941
* Fire at Algoma; at Farmers Co. warehouse/ Apr. 13 & May 18, 1923
* Small fire at old hospital/ May 12, 1949
* Fire at Guild Hall on 4th St.; built in 1891/ Mar. 3, 1939/ start to rebuild/ June 28, 1940/ dedication/ Nov. 22, 1940
* Fire at Bach-Dishmaker Co. Store/ Oct. 2, 9, 23 & Nov. 27, 1925

FIRE IN AHNAPEE TOWNSHIP

* Law against burning with out a permit/ Sept. 16, 1897
* Fire at Rankin & School & Church/ Nov. 23, 1893
* (H). Fire around Ahnapee Township in the woods/ Apr. 25, 1889
* Fire at Alaska poor farm/ Blind Joe Danowitz or Denovitz died/ Feb. 27, 1896
* Fire at Ahnapee Township/ Sept. 4, 1879 & June 5, 1879

FIRE IN LINCOLN TOWNSHIP

* Fire at Veneer Co.; picture too/ Aug. 31 & Sept 7, 1923
* Fire at Lincoln; what burned there & around Ahnapee/ June 5, 1879
* Fire at Lincoln Church; "St. Peter's", by lightning/ Nov. 16, 1882 & build again/ Nov. 30, 1882/ done; Oct. 14, 1886
* Fire at Euren; Bottkot Mills, Flour & Saw Mill burned, was 23 yrs. old/ July 19, 1894
* Fire at Euren; buildings of Bottkal house burned/ Oct. 14, 1898
* Fire at Rio Creek; fire at Feed Mill/ July 4/ rebuilt/ Aug. 22. 1947

FIRES AT FORESTVILLE TOWNSHIP

* Fire at Forestville & Ahnapee/ Sept. 4, 1879
* Fire at Forestville; at Hotel, postoffice, store, etc./ Apr. 11, 1902
* (H). Fire in Swamps at Forestville, in E. part of Township/ Forestville News/ Aug. 27, 1909
* Fire at village; Dance Hall & Bar & Hotel burned/ July 16, 1926

FIRE AT LUXEMBURG TOWNSHIP

* Fire at Luxemburg/ June 29, 1923
* Fire at village Hotel & picture of new fire truck/ July 8, 1927

FIRES IN CASCO TOWNSHIP

* Fire/ Casco Funeral Home & Post office & 3 business & pictures/ May 21 & June 4, 1943
* Fire at Casco; what burned & value of it all/ Mar. 23 & May 18, 1893
* Fire at Casco; the land & lumber Co./ May 6, & 13, 1898
* Fire at Casco Novelty Plant/ Jan. 13/ working again/ June 2, 1905 & more; Feb 9, 1906, building leased to Bohman & Nemitz for warehouse/ Jan 12, 1906
* Fire at Casco; 6 big business burned/ Oct. 1 & 8, 1915; Casco News

FIRES IN CLAY BANKS TOWNSHIP

* Fire at Forcoro; what burned; what was lost on Tues./ Apr. 2, 1909
* Fire at Clay banks; at Timber Mill, Watchman Mr. Starr saw it/ 4th or 5th fire at Mill/ Mar. 25, 1875

FIRES IN KEWAUNEE CITY

* Fire at Hamacek's; also history of building/ Mar. 18, 1880
* Fire at city; Seyk's & Co. Flouring Mill/ Sept. 1, 1887
* Fire at city; 2 business blocks destroyed/ May 20 & 27, 1898
* Fire at city; in business block/ Feb. 4 & 11, 1916

FIRE IN KEWAUNEE CO.

* Fire around Pierce, Carlton & Brussels/ May 3, 1877
* Woods on fire all around Ahnapee; Wed & Sunday; all other Co. also/ July 23, 1874
* Fires W. of Ahnapee & around Carlton & in Casco etc./ Aug. 9, 1877
* Fire in Montpelier (eaton)/ Aug. 16, 1877
* Fire in W. & S. parts of Kewaunee Co.; very heavy/ Oct. 3 & 24, 1895
* Fire in Kewaunee Co.; from lightning/ Aug. 26, 1910
* History of 1871 fire in Kewaunee Co. in Capt. Callaway's obit/ Feb. 23, 1917/ more in Nov. 4, 1948
* Fire in Door & Kewaunee Co.; in each Township/ Aug. 12, 1886
* (H). Fires in Door & Kewaunee Co./ May 25, 1893

FIRES IN DOOR CO.

* Fire at Tornado Mill/ July 1, 1875
* Fire around Brussels/ Aug. 2, 1877
* Fire around Brussels, Carlton, & Pierce Township/ May 3, 1877
* Fire at Sturgeon Bay; the buildings burned/ Nov. 4, 1880
* Fire in Door & Kewaunee Co; in each Township/ Aug. 12, 1886
* (H). Fire in Door & Kewaunee Co./ May 25, 1893
* Brussels Dance Hall Burned/ June 1, 1923

FIRES IN WIS.

* Fire at Oshkosh Wis./ 1/3 of the city burned/ May 6, 1875
* Fire at N.W. of Green Bay, around Oconto Co./ May 21, 1885
* (H). Fire at Birchwood, Wis./ Factoy is plywood blanch/ Apr. 6, 1906
* Fire at Northern Kewaunee Co. & North Wis./ smoke VERY THICK/ Sept. 18 & 25, 1908
* (H). Fire in N. Wis./ smoke kept Algoma fog horn busy/ July 15, 1910


28-FLY NET CO. HISTORY OF THE PLANT

* Factory, for making fly nets in Meverden's tannery/ May 1, Sept 18, & Oct. 31, 1890
* Fly Net Factory in Forestville, by Mr. Kelsey of Ahnapee/ Oct. 8 & 22, 1891 & Dec 10, 1891
* Fly Net, out look of the place is good/ Nov. 19, 1897/ Factory News/ Feb. 11, 1898/ Paul Gablowsky's Net Co.; bought 2 corner buildings; on Navarino & 4 St. corner/ Dec. 10, 1897 & Feb. 18 & Sept. 23, 1898
* Kelsey G.W. sold his property in Algoma to Sam Perry, the building will be for making fly nets/ Jan. 31, 1902
* Factory for the making of picture wire; by Kelsy of Net Co./ Factory on 4th St. near Lake St./ May 16 & 30, 1902/ build on N. side of River/ Aug. 22 & 29, 1902
* Fly Net Co./ will start making rope portieres and later hammocks, will build on/ Aug. 2 & 30, 1901 & Aug 21, 1903
* (H). Kelsey Bros, stop making rope portiers/ Aug. 5, 1904
* Fly Net Factory; Kelsey's; a busy place; 40 persons working/ Jan. 1, 1909
* (H). Kelsey & Kwapil Glove factory will make horse blankets too/ July 19, 1912
* Fly Net Co. History; Algoma City Board History/ July 6, 1945
* Fly Net Factory in Old Brewery building on S. Water St./ Nov 12, 1909
* Fly Net Co.; about the place; working in Sturgeon Bay, 25 persons working there/ Apr. 1 & 8, 1910
* Factory; Net Co.; will make Leather goods/ Mar 8, 1912
* Vilas Building sold;"Old Brewery property rented by Net Co. of Kelsey's/ Nov 6, 1914/ (Lot 4, 5, 6, 7.; block 2 of Youngs & Steele Plat, S. of Railroad tracks)
* Fly Net Co. Ffactory; old on; corner of 4 & Navarino St.; taking down; owned by Nowak/ Feb. 19 & 26, 1915
* Flay Net Factory moved from Chicago to Green Bay/ Nov. 26 & Dec. 17, 1915/ Fly Net Co; a busy place " Perry's & Anderegg's/ Feb. 11, 1916 & Dec. 4, 1914
* (H). "Plant running Nights"./ Algoma Fly Net Co. of Perry's in Old Lace Factory/ Apr. 14, 1916
* (H). Fly Net Factory; Kelsey bought 2 new looms for factory/ Feb. 2, 1917
* (H). Algoma has 2 Fly Net Factories; Factories are busy"/ Apr. 13, 1917
* Fly Net Co.; has a branch in Sturgeon Bay/ Oct. 24, 1919
* Fly Net Co.; bought Sam Perry's building, corner of 4 & S. Water St./ Feb 20, 1920
* Net Co., in new quarters, the 3 story building of Perry's & Anderegg/ Aug. 13, 1920
* (H). "Have leased building, "Old Net Co. building, leased to Algoma Produce for eggs./ Dec. 19, 1913
* (H). Old Fly Net Factory; sold to McCoskey; on Buchanan St. make into apartments/ Aug. 15, 1924 & Dec.. 1, 1928
* Net co.; "Horse still here"./ July 8, 1923
* Factories in Algoma, building on; Foundry, Panel & Net Co./ Dec. 26, 1924
* History of Net Co. will build on/ Dec. 13, 1929
* Net Co.; bought out Kling Co. Machinery of Milwaukee/ Aug. 22, 1930
* Algoma Net Co. "Hammock Stages Comeback makes swings in High Gear"./ Feb 26, 1932
* Net Co./ remodel house for office's, next to S. side of factory/ Oct. 9, 1936/ Labor problems, at Net Co.; plant closed; Feb 24/ opened; Mar. 3, 1939/ Union trouble; 34 persons laid off/ June 9 & 16, 1939
* Net Co.; lock out/ Feb. 21 & 27/ proposed against plant/ Oct. 4, 1940
* Anderegg, E.W.; of Algoma Net Co. retires; short history of the plant/ May 4, 1945
* Algoma Net Co.; started a factory in DePere/ Oct. 5, 1945



29-FORESTVILLE NEWS

* Forestville in 1878, the Mills & shops/ Jan. 24, 1878
* Village in 1879; had 2 mills, 2 hotels, 2 blacksmith shops; ect./ Feb. 20, 1879
* History of Forestville in 1880/ Apr. 1, 1880/ more in Forestville News; May 15, 1914
* (H). Forestville in 1880 had 1,045 persons, 189 farms, 210 familys/ July 1, 1880
* Forestville; what was there/ Apr. 13, 1882
* (H). Forestville bought lot to build Bank; from Implement Co./ Jan. 23, 1914/ Bank opened for business/ Oct. 30, 1914/ closed; Mar. 10 & 31, 1939
* (H). Forestville, gets electric lights & system/ June 17, 1921
* Factory in Forestville; by S.L. Hall Co.; an Oil distillery/ Dec. 15, 1892
* (H). Build new school in Forestville, builded on old site lot/ Feb. 20 & Apr. 3, 1903
* (H). First train to Forestville/ June 21, 1894
* Train wreak in Forestville; a picture, a mess/ Apr. 2, 1915
* Indians Mounds; found in Forestville, 1 mile N. of village/ June 9 & 23, Aug. 25 & Nov. 3, Dec. 29, 1887/ more Dec. 13, 1888
* Dam Project finish/ Mar. 30, 1934/ history of old one & dedication of new one/ July 6 & 20, 1934
* Forestville got dial phone system in Township/ Oct. 13, 1949
* Picture of the people that will build a new hall there/ Jan. 18; picture of the Hall/ Mar. 22, 1935
* Party of Legion Hall building/ May 24 & 31, 1935/ dedication party; May 1 & 15, 1936
* Geir Mill at E. Maplewood torn down/ Nov. 23, 1928



30-FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO. HISTORY, OF ALGOMA

* Factory; Foundry; the start of the place, the things made there/ Feb. 4, 1875/ Fire there, in machine shop/ Aug. 8 & 22, 1895
* (H). Foundry; Hamacek & Co.; makes a new feed cutter; can see it at shop on Fremont St./ Nov. 13, 1884
* (H). Foundry, makes it's first cast on Monday/ Apr. 1?, 1884
* Foundry; makes feed cutters, 45 of them/ Nov. 19, 1897
* Foundry; Wodsedalek's will build on, in spring/ Mar. 19 & Sept. 17, 1915
* Hamachek, Frank; invented the Hamachek Pea Harvester.; "Gave it a trial"./ July 19, 1907/ History of Frank Hamachek, age 63 yrs./ Oct. 4, 1935
* (H). Stika, J.; bought old furniture factory near 4 St. bridge, for a Machine shop/ Oct. 27, 1916
* (H). Leased part of building (Stika & Chapek Iron Works) corner of 4 & Navarino St. in Algoma. Apr. 13, 1917
* Foundry "Flooded with work"/ owned by Wodsedalek, a machine shop/ Aug. 22, 1919/ have a new feed cutter/ May 12, 1911
* First silage cutter; by J. Wodsedalek/ May 30, 1924
* Foundry & Machine Co., about the place/ Oct. 29, 1920
* 2 Foundries in Algoma; Wodsedalek & Stika & Chapek; join together/ Mar. 12, 1920
* (H). Algoma Iron Works; owned by McCoskey & Bunda, machine shop/ Apr. 27, 1900/ Cmejla bought it/ Sept. 10, 1920
* Foundry & Machine Co. in Algoma, build new warehouse/ Oct. 19, 1923
* Factory adds on/ July 6, 1945
* Algoma Foundry; of Wodsedalek's; sold to Perry & Anderegg/ Dec. 13, 1929
* Algoma Foundry & Machine Shop, first electric light plant in Algoma/ in Jos. Wodsedalek obit./ July 7, 1933


31-FUNERAL & MARBLE SHOP IN ALGOMA

* (H). J. Empey accepted a job in the marble works in Algoma/ Feb. 12, 1891
* Empey joints Cameron Marble Works/ Feb. 8, 1894/ Empey takes over business by himself/ Sept. 13, 1894
* (H). Empey & Cameron will build, "Marble Work", corner of 4 & Fremont St./ Mar. 17, 1894
* Empey bought old Welnick Blacksmith shop on 4th St. will build a marble shop/ Oct 26, 1928/ (more in the business & men that had them; in this index)
* Funeral Home; opens on Fremont St.; Wiesner & Massart Home; Aug. 24, 1934
* Haucks takes over Schubick Furniture & Undertaking business/ May 1, 1936/ Schubick bought building/ Jan 3, 1913; (See building & business in this index)
* (H). Hauck's funeral home; started to build/ Aug. 2, 1940/ open house/ Apr 18, 1941
* Foley Funeral Home; reopened, now Foley-Weier Funeral Home, at Algoma/ Nov. 27, 1942
* Massart-Wiesner; takes over Algoma Foley Funeral Home/ Mar 3, 1944



32-GLOVE FACTORY IN ALGOMA

* Factory; "Lumaye Glove Factory"; on Steele St. /Mar 3, 1912 & June 14, 1912/ Factory going Strong; "A Bum Guss"./ Jan. 10, 1913
* (H). Kelsey & Kwapil Glove Factory will make horse blankets too/ July 19, 1912



33-GOLF CLUB IN ALGOMA

* Golf course, planted the grass/ Sept. 26, & Nov. 28, 1930
* Course; opens in Algoma; pictures; June 26/ corporation of course/ Aug. 28, 1931
* New Club, moved from Algoma/ Oct. 1, 1937


 

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