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    • Rotier, M. C.
    • 1894-12
    • THE PNEUMATIC. tr^smff1 ""vs*. "kjw » He took the next train, apathetically and traveled two days. He left the car with a sense of relief and looked around with mild interest; a dingy depot, a good road, a lot of trees, a river—nothing else in...


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    • 1930
    • 2020 SURVEY OF CONDITIONS OF INDIANS IN UNITED STATES Needs.-—Hospital beds enough to accommodate acute cases of iUness that can not be cared for at home; more medical service so all can have a thorough free exami¬ nation with laboratory tests;...


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    • First Wisconsin National Bank. Commercial Service Dept.
    • 1919-1929
    • I N D i: S T R I A L M 1 L W AUK E E Savings Deposits—All Milwaukee Banks, 1919-1926 Figures Taken from Published Statements of Condition 1919 "Z / 1920 \ 1921 N \ S 1922 1 / ^ 1923 y" / / ^ 1924 1925 1926 y checked this growth for the time...


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    • 6 Chicago Produce-Purchasing Meeting (cont'd.) that this has not occurred. However I think that if that's what they wanted they should not have picked a young white living in a commune in northwest Chicago to direct the program. I hope this is...


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    • Forest History Association of Wisconsin
    • 1986-1995
    • price or the partial payment required, plus 6 percent interest. The Wisconsin & Northem was expected to complete the line to Crandon in 1908 and then Michael Wallrich, who owned considerable land about ten miles to the north of Van Ostrand, would...


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    • Rotier, M. C.
    • 1893-09-15
    • THE PNEUMATIC. V. II. Sercombe will soon be located in the cash register business on Wisconsin street. lb-litis said that he made and lost $50,011(1 in the bicycle business in three years. W. K. Wnlpnlc, who litis had charge of the bicycle business...


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    • Rotier, M. C.
    • 1898-06
    • THE PNEUMATIC. HELPFUL HINTS. 81 Benzine should always be used in removing valve stems, plugs or tire tape. It is a wise precaution to examine all the nuts and bolts on your] bicycle about onqe a week. Never allow water to dry on the nickeled parts...


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    • Milwaukee Society
    • 1932
    • March Edition MILWAUKEE SOCIETY NEWS Milw, Society Ladies' Auxiliary News MRS. LOUIS A. FONS President MRS. PAUL GURDA Vive-Pres. MRS. JOHN L. GRUNWALD....Rec. Sec'y MRS. J. BLAZEJEWSKI Fin. Sec'y MRS. B. J. ADAMKIEWICZ....


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    • Rotier, M.C.
    • 1899
    • THE PNEUMATIC ADVEItTISEH. f And medals Our Specialty. Write for illustrations and Prices. Bunde $ Upmeyer, manufacturing 3eweler$. Pabst Building, ffliluy.uiicc, - utis. Ube pbilaDelpbia Commetcial jfl&useum, DR. WILLIAM P. WILSON,...


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    • Wisconsin State Chamber of Commerce
    • 1929
    • Page 28 October, 1929 ON, WISCONSIN! DISCOFERS A WISCONSIN COMPLEX iron ore and coal docks beggar descrip¬ tion, and the huge grain elevators along the lake front at Superior alone could hold the entire wheat crop of Indiana without interfering...


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    • Holmes, Fred L.
    • 1919
    • UNIVERSITY IN THE WAR 119 more deadly than that of the enemy and discov¬ ering means to neutralize the enemy's gas attacks. "From Wisconsin a professor of chemistry, H. J. Mathews, was chosen to investigate poison gases," was the simple statement...


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    • 512 Index. Name. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson,...


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    • Forest History Association of Wisconsin
    • 1996-2006
    • Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting of Members October 1,2005 Call to Order The meeting was called to order at 4:00 PM by President Miles Benson at the Sheboygan County Historical Society Museum in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He recognized the Annual...


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    • Brown, Dorothy, Moulding
    • 1947
    • upon it was decided that it would be more practical to ship a smaller elephant, and so a young female of sixteen years, named Annie, was successfully loaded and sent. This was in July, 1918. Annie's life story is not one of color and glamour. She...


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    • Bartlett, William W.;
    • 1929;
    • 140 FUR TRADE LORE "Monday, Feb. 27, 1837.—Started at daybreak. Cold with sharp head wind. About 10 a.m. a severe snow storm commenced. Obliged to take shelter in the house of a Mr. Meikeljohn, Came about 9 miles. Five p.m., cleared off. Prospects...


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    • Estabrook, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1847-1918
    • 1914
    • 156 SKETCHES OF WISCONSIN MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS On May 17 the regiment embarked from Memphis to join the army under Grant near Vicksburg, and on reaching that place took a position in the trenches on the 25 day of May, and was continuously...


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    • Wisconsin. State Conservation Commission
    • 1918-1922
    • 24 WISCONSIN CONSERVATION COMMISSION of efficiency formerly maintained. It was not thought advisable to fill the places of the wardens who went to the army, as new men would require considerable time to become efficient and would only be em¬ ployed...


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    • Wisconsin Volunteers. 513 Name. Johnson, Joseph ., Johnson, Joseph Johnson, Joseph John^^on, Joseph E. ... Johnson, Joseph M, ... Johnson, Josephus — Johnson, Joshua 0. ,,. Johnson, Enud Johnson, Enud Johnson, Enud ...


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    • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
    • 1910
    • INDIANS IN WISCONSIN. 687 11. Mary Crowe, to whose credit you have $1,379.17, wishes to use $70.05 for the following purposes: Five months' rent, $25; 1 winter suit, $20; 1 stove and pipe for, same, $10.05; 10 cords of green wood, $15. You report...


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    • Estabrook, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1847-1918
    • 1914
    • PARTICIPATING IN THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865 157 the service of the United States on December 31, 1862, for a term of nine months. It left the State on the 3rd day of Jan¬ uary, 1863, and proceeded to Columbus, Ky., where it was stationed until the...

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