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1913-10 A M Goldish bio - History Jews of La Crosse - - text

1924-11-7 Salamowitz-Gallin engagement - - text

1925-7-17 Salamowitz-Gallin wedding - - text

1930-9-7 Benjamin Goldish & Minnie Finesilver wed - - text

1937-2-22 Goldish, Minnie Finesilver obit 1907-1937 - - text

1939-10-15 Arrovola Oxman - - text

1948-2-15 A M Goldish - - text

1948-9-24 A M Goldish - - text

1948-11-18 Goldish, Avraham Manis obit 1872 - - text

1954-1-29 Viva Gallin to Wed Robert Brenner (more) - - text

1954-9-10 Goldish, Sadie D obit - - text

1968-2-3 Romberg, Henry & Ronnie Goldish wed - - text

1986-7-17 Jacob Goldish obit Cleveland - - text

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1917 Israel Garon - - 1917 Israel Garon pleaded guilty to a trafic violation, but the sentence was diferred.

1886-05-28 Isaac Bondy who is to pay - - 1886-5-28 Who Is To Pay? The Quest Who is to Pay For Sprinkling Superior Street. - Isaac Bondy said: I think that the village should be able to afford to sprinkle the streets. I am sure that we pay enough taxes.

1888-04-11 Isaac Bondy Farewell surprise - - 1888-4-11 Farewell Surprise. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bondy are Pleasantly Surprised Before Going to Europe. - - Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bondy, Who Sail May 1 are the Recipients. Ingalls’ Hall, 50 invited guests, Caterer Butler. Sam Loeb master of ceremonies, assisted by Sadie Bondy, Matilda Metzger, and Prof. Lester’s orchestra. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bondy, Mr. and Mrs. B. Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Leopold, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leopold, Mr. and Mrs. S. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. B. Heller, Mr. and Mrs. J. Winterfield, Mr. and Mrs. Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Gomberg, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bondy, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg. Sadie Bondy, Matilda Metzger, Julia Weiss, Fanny Weiss, Freimuth, Hoffheimer, Florence Silberstein, Roos. Sam Loeb, Louis Loeb, Joe Silberstein, Charles Freimuth, Joe Sattler, J. Jones, Ed Oswald, Mae Riddell, Sam Van Baalen, Will Van Baalen, George Ryan, Bert Eba, Will McWatty, Less?ug, Kellman, Joe Jevy, Max Levy, Louis Roos, Morris Winterfield, Eddie Silberstein, Joe Silberstein.

1892-04-03 Chen, Gettelson, Simon Cook, Marks scrap metal - - 1892-4-3 Creditors Make Another Move. Cohen & Getelson of Superior scrap. A. Marks-Duluth, Simon Cook

1893-8-1 Isaac Bondy obit transcribed - - 1893-8-1 Isaac Bondy obit transcribed - from Duluth Weekly 1893-8-16 and New York Herald

1897-09-18 Officer Marcus Kassmir of Duluth aquitted - - 1897-9-18 Kassmir Vindicated. But Patrolman Will Never Visit Superior Again. Marcus Kassmir of Duluth police force. acqutted on charge of assault and battery by a West Superior woman. - (Marcus Kassmir is the father to Sophia Kassmir.)

1899-05-27 Israel Azinsky Ethel Helstein marriage - - 1899-5-27 Another Marriage Dispensation. Miss Ethel Helstein has agreed to wed Ishiel (Israel) Azinsky from Ashland, WI. Thought fit to grant his permission and a typical wedding will be the result. The affair will take place in Maryland hall.

1902-02-20 Oxman col. 4 cropped Goldstein - - 1902-2-20 Personal and Social. Miss Annette Goldstein, 507 Eleventh avenue S.. Bertha Goldman, Lena Davidson, Minnie Schriber, Annie Schulman, Esther Swiller, Frances Rosenberg, Dora Saxe, Ethel Rosenfield, Rose Rosen Jessie Cohen, William Oxman, Harry Berman, Isadore Borovsky, J. Feinberg, Julius Cohen, George Grodnick, Charles Wilner, Harry Aldes, Herry (Harry) Feldman, Sam Wilner - Minneapolis Journal

1902-06-26 Morris Oxman furrier banckruptcy cropped - - 1902-6-26 Morris Oxman bankruptcy - St Paul Globe

1904-03-04 Eveleth-Samuel Dorfman, Milavetz - - 1904-3-4 Wedded At Eveleth. Samuel Dorfman an Miss Yetta Milavetz. Married on Sunday Last. Vail Hall, Rabbi Marner-Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Milavitz parents of bride. Celia Milavetz, Esther Karon-bridesmaids, Sadie Feldman-floer girl. Roman best man. Ben Cohen an Ken Karon-ushers. Attendants: J. Dorfman, daughter Anna-New York. Father and sister of the groom. Virginia: J. Shanedling, S. Milavetz, B. Milavetz, I. Milavetz, P. Hostin, J. Roman, M. Steinberg, L. Cohen, H. J. nathanson, Ben Gordon, M. Sigel, Ben Solosky, Matthew West, Albert Roman, S. Rubloff. Eveleth: D. Simon, Max Shapro, M. P. Shapiro, M. Feldman, D. Elias, M. Greenblatt, E. Levant, A. Cohen, P. Kuehn, H. Shtein, J. Shtein, J. Gordon, M. Nthanson, G. Pearlman, G. A. Jesmore, S. Rubenstein, Mrs. A. Shanedling, Isadore Shanedling, H. Leavant. Hibbing: M. Sax, C. Holock, H. Witz, Dr. Mark, B. Karon, H. Stohlberg. Buhl: Mr. and Mrs. T. Abrahamson and Ben Lippman. Chisholm: Mr. and Mrs. Smokier, J. B. Sax, Miss Dora Bair. Superior: Esther Karon, Sarah Mark, Ben Cohen. Duluth: W. Simon, daughters Miss Sarah Simon, L. Polinsky. - - Virginia Enterprise

1904-06-03 Sadie Cohen and Louis Shenowsky married - - 1904-6-3 Pretty Wedding Celebrated. Miss Sadie Cohen and Louis Shenowsky Married at Hebrew Synagogue. Sadie Cohen, 825 Fourth avenue east, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Cohen and Louis Shenowsky of Duluth, married at Hebrew synagogue yesterday, Rabbi Helprin, 300 guests. Reception at Odd Fellows' hall. Miss Lillian Mesberg, of Virginia, a cousin of the groom, bridesmaid. James Lavick was groomsman. Will make home at 326 East Sixth street. Guests: Mr. and Mrs J. Mesberg, Lillian Mesberg, Henry Shanedling-Virginia, Morris Robbins, George Mesberg-Eveleth.

1904-07-08 Lillian Mesberg and James Lavick invitations - - 1904-7-8 Invitations issued this week announce the approaching marriage of Miss Lillian Mesberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mesberg, to Mr. James Lavick, of Duluth at the Korby Hall on Sunday, July 24, at 5:00 o'clock.

1904-10-17 Bennie Goldberge, Bootblack, wed Dollie Oxman, William Oxman - - 1904-10-17 Bennie Goldberge Bootblack Weds Rose Itchkovitch - Saint Paul Globe.

1904-10-17 Bennie Goldberge, Bootblack, wed Dollie Oxman, William Oxman cropped - - 1904-10-17 Bennie Goldberge, Bootblack Weds page 2 Dollie Oxman, William Oxman. - Saint Paul Globe

1905-04-21 daughter born to Mr and Mrs James Lavick - - 1905-4-21 Virginia Items. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Lavick of this city April 18, a daughter. Mrs. Lavick was formerly Miss Lillie Mesberg. - - Virginia Enterprise

1905-04-21 three news articles - - 1905-4-21 New spring and summer shirts just arrived at Levin's. - - 1905-4-21 Easter bonnets at Levin's. - - 1905-4-21 Jacob Stein attended to business matters in Duluth the first of the week - - Virginia Enterprise

1905-04-21 Mr and Mrs James Lavick daughter cropped - - 1905-4-21 A bright little daughter filed an appearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Lavick on Tuesday. - - Virginia Enterprise

1905-06-11 Jeannete Gomberg - - 1905-6-11 Rabbi Silber To Confirm Class. Impressive Ceremony Will Mark Rites at Temple Emanuel. Jeannette Gomberg. Jennie J. Cowl, Enid Freimuth, Rudolph Freimuth, Samuel Gingold, Victor L. Levin, Herman Levy, Isador Levy. Mrs. J. Mautner. Mrs. H. Y. Josephs.

1906-08-03 Sophia Kassmir - - 1906-8-3 Surprise Party. Miss Lilly Blasberg, of Cleveland, Mrs. Fostovsky, 302 West Fifth street, J. Lieberman, J. Kohn, L. Cohen, I. L. Levine, L. Shenowsky, S. Levine, I. Polinsky, M. Cohen, J. Oreckovsky, K. Sanderson, J. Chessen, T. Nusbaum, A. Sosnovsky, Polinsky, Lieberman, Kassmir, Levine, Shenowsky, Blasberg, Cohen of Cleveland, Annie Cohen, Eva F. Polinsky, Sadie Fostevsky, Esther Sanderson, Rossie Lieberman, Sophia Kassmir, Eva Polinsky, Florence Levine, Eva Zlatkovsky, Sadie Zlatkovsky, Maurice Levine, Dave Sosnovsky, Sam Sanderson, S. Sanderson.

1907-01-04 B Lavick - rooms for rent - - 1907-1-4 For Rent-Seven rooms and toilet with sewerage. B. Milavetz - - Virginia Enterprise

1907-01-04 Mr and Mrs Samuel Lavick cropped - - 1907-1-4 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lavick and son Sannell, of Duluth, were guests at the home of their son James Lavick over Sunday. - - Virginia Enterprise

1908-01-09 James Lavick undertaker - - 1908-1-9 Virginia Undertakers Go To Hibbing Today. Northern Minnesota Funeral Directors' association at Hibbing tomorrow. H. S. Gillespie, Ed Hurley, E. Matheson, James Lavick, J. Messberg and J. H. Fleming. - - Virginia Enterprise

1908-02-15 Jeannette Gomberg - - 1908-2-15 Schillerbund Gives Program In German. Jeannete Gomberg, Lillian Meyer.

1908-06-04 ack Fishman accident - - 1908-6-4 Two Men Injured; Collide With Car. Jack Fishman in Hospital-N. Green, Not So Seriously Hurt, Taken Home.

1908-09-06 Chisholm fire - - 1908-9-6 Omaha newspaper report on Chisholm, Minnesota fire that completely wiped out town.

1908-12-25 Oxman Oreckofsky - - 1908-12-25 Wedding Invitations. Mary Oreckovsky daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oreckovsky, 516 Lake Avenue, to William C. Oxman. Wedding set for January 5, 1905.

1909-05-11 Israel Azinsky obit - - 1909-5-11 Azinsky, Israel 119 Third avenue east. 32 years old. Liver trouble.

1909-05-30 Wm Oxman furrier - - 1909-5-30 In Their New Home. The Duluth Fur company, 325 West First street, new home 404 West First street. Came from Twin Cities. Mr. Harry Wenger, Mr. William Oxman.

1909-06-30 Nina Rich & Nathan H Schneider wedding announced - - 1917-12-08 Abe Friedman and Sarah Alpert marriage license.

1911-05-14 Louis, Jake Fishman Oscar Cohen, Joe Goldbarg, Karsner, Rocklin, Green Garrish - - 1911-5-14 A Broad Chalenge. 12-year old team Ben Green, Henry Garrish, Oscar Cohen, Joe Goldbarb (Goldfarb), Harry Brownseth, George Karsner, Hyman Rocklin, Jake Fishman, Louis Fishman.

1911-7-9 Mrs William Oxman Mrs. Joseph Weinberg party - - 1911-7-9 full page with three articles cropped below - Mrs. Joseph Weinberg, 718 East Third street, Mrs. A. Witashkis-Chicago, IL, daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Woskowitz-Vinita, Okla., Bessie Altman, Mrs. William Oxman, --- Mrs. H. Abraham, 2422 East Third, Mrs. M. Loeb of Ligonier, Ind., Mrs. A. H. Bauxbaum of Philadelphia, Mrs. J. M. Gidding of New York. ---Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segelbaum, 2417 Bryant avenue south, Minneapolis, engagement of daughter Rose Bud to Carl Shapiro-Duluth.

1911-7-9 Mrs. Abraham cropped - - 1911-7-9 Mrs. H. Abraham, 2422 East Third, Mrs. M. Loeb of Ligonier, Ind., Mrs. A. H. Bauxbaum of Philadelphia, Mrs. J. M. Gidding of New York.

1911-7-9 Segelbaum cropped - - 1911-7-9 Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segelbaum, 2417 Bryant avenue south, Minneapolis, engagement of daughter Rose Bud to Carl Shapiro-Duluth.

1911-7-9 Mrs William Oxman Mrs Joseph Weinberg party cropped - - 1911-7-9 Mrs. Joseph Weinberg, 718 East Third street, Mrs. A. Witashkis-Chicago, IL, daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Woskowitz-Vinita, Okla., Bessie Altman, Mrs. William Oxman,

1912-03-27 Joe Berzon - - 1912-3-27 Popcorn Man Fined. Joe Berzon pleaded guilty to using profane language on the street and was convicted and sentenced to 15 days in jail in lieu of a cash fine of $15.

1912-12-22 Sam Gotkin - - 1912-12-22 Newsboy Is Given The Gately Prize. Photo Sam Gotkin Has Best Record For Month as Carrier of the News Tribune. Suit is prize. 16 years. old, selling News Tribune for years.

1913-05-16 William C. Oxman bankruptcy cropped - - 1913-5-16 Col. 1 William C. Oxman bankruptcy - - full page

1913-06-22 Esther Gomberg, Esther and Rose Klatzky - - 1913-6-22 AAD Temple Shirine Girls Return From St. Paul Ceremony. Miriam Bonduy, Esther Gomberg, Atta Hallock, Esther Klatsky, Rose Klatsky,

1913-07-04 Jeannette Gomberg - - 1913-7-4 Miss Jeanette Gomberg, 1912 Greysolon road is in Minneapolis for the week-end.

1913-07-04 Louis Gomberg - - 1913-7-4 Benefit program for the Children's Home. Mrs. D. H. Day, Louis Gomberg, Mary Weiss.

1913-07-06 Louis Gomberg mascot of convention - - 1913-7-6 Fine Program To Feature Music Teachers. Louis Gomberg mascot.

1913-07-21 Boris Slovut - - 1913-7-21 Mother's Honesty Lands Son In Jail On Charge Of Larceny. Boris Slovut. 710 East Second street. Note: Must be a son of Israel Slovut.

1913-07-24 Louis Gomberg - - 1913-7-24 Young Artists Delight Crowd. Children's Interpretations of Music and the Dance are Pleasingly Presented. Mrs. D. H. Day's Pupils Feature The Program. Little Louis Gomberg Displays Marked Talent in Several Piano Numbers.

1913-09-14 Oxman - - 1913-9-3 William Oxman is mentioned in this newspaper article on Moses Montefiore School.

1913-09-17 Art Oxman cropped - - 1913-9-17 Art Oxman - Wilmar Tribune

1913-10-12 Oxman mink stolen - - 1913-10-12 Mink Skin Stolen. W. C. Oxman, 25 East Superior street.

1913-11-02 Louis Gomberg piano photo kindergartner - - 1913-11-2 Social Side Of Life. Will Give Program Wednesday For Ely Kindergartners. Louis Gomberg photo play 12 numbers. Mrs. D. H. Day.

1913-11-05 Israel Slovut birth of daughter - - 1913-11-5 Births: Daughter to Israel Slovut. 710 East Second street.

1913-11-16 Enid Freimuth - - 1913-11-16 Magbiah Will Meet Today. Travel class of club, Talmud Torah, Third avenue East and Third street. Sewing class, folk dancing, study of living authors. Officers: Irene M. Wetzler, Bessie Markowitz, Hazel Levin, Enid E. Freimuth-recording secretary, Mae Klein, Anna Mark, Selma Oreckovsky, Helen H. Wetzler, Salley Oreck, Estelle Bondy, Sol Goldberg founder and adviser, Fanny Altman, sewing department, Elsie Silberstein, head of educational department.

1914-01-11 5th wedding anniversary Oxman cropped - - 1914-1-11 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Oxman 5 East Fifth street, fifth wedding anniversary, 60 guests

1914-02-01 Winnifred Andrews - - 1914-2-1 Winifred Andrews photo. Evelyn Frisch's piano teacher

1914-02-15 Sam, Esther, Jennette Gomberg - - 1914-2-15 Jeannette, Esther, and Sam Gomberg. 1912 Greysolon road.

1914-03-01 Esther Gomberg photo musical - - 1914-3-1 Youthful Soloist Who Will Appear At The Matinee Musicale Recital. Miss Esther Gomberg. photo.

1914-03-22 Esther Gomberg has her own orchestra - - 1914-3-22 Clever Young People Preparing for Students' Vaudeville Saturday Afternoon. Miss Esther Gomberg. Of the Esther Gomberg Orchestra. Photo.

1914-04-01 Louis Gomberg 6 years old - - 1914-4-1 The Social Side Of Life. Children Dance For Children. Students' Vaudeville at Lyceum Theater in Benfit for the Children's Home. Credit For Success Due Mrs. Stephen Jones. Richard Kipling Given Tribute by Youngsters Whom He Has Taught. Louis Gomberg 6 years old."Little Mozart".

1914-5-14 Gallery of the live wires Duluth Herald - - 1914-5-14 Gallery of the live wires - photos of men doing things in Duluth - leaders in their respective lines of business - included are both Julius Garon and Abe Garon

1914-06-28 photo, Miss Sophie Kassmir - - 1914-6-28 Miss Sophia Kassmir, Former Duluth Girl, Creates Furore In European Opera. Photo. photo of Sophia - - Sophia Kassmir, Former Duluth Girl, Creates Furore In European Opera. Photo. Another former Duluth girl has succeeded in the artistic world. Sophia Kassmir and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Kassmir, who lived in Duluth until eight years ago, now make their home in Pittsburgh, but for several years Sophia has been studying abroad, and now she is one of the well-paid artists in grand opera in Europe. Since December 1913, she has been engaged at the Charlottensburg opera house at Berlin.

1914-06-28 photo, Miss Sophie Kassmir - - 1914-6-28 Miss Sophia Kassmir, Former Duluth Girl, Creates Furore In European Opera. Photo. text transcribed with photo of opera house - - Sophia Kassmir, Former Duluth Girl, Creates Furore In European Opera. Photo. Another former Duluth girl has succeeded in the artistic world. Sophia Kassmir and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Kassmir, who lived in Duluth until eight years ago, now make their home in Pittsburgh, but for several years Sophia has been studying abroad, and now she is one of the well-paid artists in grand opera in Europe. Since December 1913, she has been engaged at the Charlottensburg opera house at Berlin.

1914-07-04 Jeannette Gomberg Mrs Louis Roos - Milwaukee - - 1914-7-4 People You Know. Miss Jeannette Gomberg, 1912 Greysolon road, two weeks visit with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roos of Milwaukee and Dells of Wisconsin.

1914-9 25th years Hurley synogogue - - 1914-9 Genizah ceremony May 17, 2015 Sharey Zedek Cemetery, Hurley photo Hurley Newspaper, Simchat Torah, rabbi Moses Rein great grandfather of Steve Heifetz. Burial holy books.

1914-10-08 Morris Aaron Daneiko - - 1914-10-8 Merchant May Die From Shot. Morris Daneiko Probably Fatally Wounded by Revolver Bullet. Harry Veris Held. Victim's Charge of Holdup Effort Denied. Accidental Discharge of Revolver Claimed by Veris-Daneiko Reaffirms Charge. 529 1/2 West Michigan street.

1914-10-10 Morris Aaron Daneiko - - 1914-10-10 Veris Denies Guilt In Shooting Daneiko; Examination Oct. 21.

1914-10-16 Max Shapioro Lylian Shapiro jewelry taken - - 1914-10-16 Clever Gang Of Burglars Busy. Third of Strikingly Similar 'Jobs' Reported Yesterday-Police Following Every Clew. (Clue?) Thieves Get $300 Worth Of Loot At Shapiro Home. Work Is Through-Jewelry and Silverwre Are Taken Principally. Rev. M. Lefkovits, father-in-law Max P. Shapiro, 2420 East Fourth Street, Lylian Shapiro.

1914-11-07 Morris Aaron Daneiko - - 1914-11-7 13 Are Indicted By Garnd Jury. Harry Veras is charged with assault in the first degree. He is alleged to have shot Morris Daneiko with a revolver on Oct 7 at 529 1/2 West Michigan street.

1914-11-12 Sarah Berzon - - 1914-11-12 Miselberg, Who Shot Girl, Held For Jury. Would-Be Slayer of Sarah Berzon Waives Examination-Girl's Recovery Doubtful. Mike Miselberg, age 25 shot and wounded Sarah Berzon, age 23. Morris J. Widdes home 916 East Fifth street.

1914-11-17 Morris Aaron Daneiko - - 1914-11-17 Jury drawn for state against Harry Veras. Shot Morris Daneiko with a revolver.

1914-11-18 Morris Aaron Daneiko - - 1914-11-18 Daneiko Assault Case Up For Trail. Harry Veras, Charged With the Crime, Tells Different Story From That of Wounded Man.

1914-11-19 Morris Aaron Daneiko - - 1914-11-19 Harry Veras Guilty Of Assault, Verdict. Jury Deliberates 20 Minutes, Convicted Man Shot Morris Daneiko October 7.

1914-11-25 Lylian Shapiro charity work - - 1914-11-25 Charity Auction To Be Held At "High". Professor A. F. M. Custance to Wield Gavel at Sale to Be Held This Afternoon. St. James Orphanage, St. Mary's and St. Luke's hospitals. Lyliab Shapiro, Arthur Levy.

1914-11-28 Sarah Berzon - - 1914-11-28 The Market Basket Girl Says Report Of Marriage False. Miss Sarah Berzon Denies She is to Wed Rival of Man Who Shot Her. Michael Miselberg of Superior. David Kopelovich.

1915-01-05 Sarah Berzon - - 1915-1-5 31 Criminal Cases Before Grand Jury. the state against Mike Miselberg. shot and seriously wounded his sweetheart Sarah Berzon while she was asleep in her bedroom at the home of her employer.

1915-01-10 Sophie Kassmir - - 1915-1-10 Lyric Soprano, Former Duluth Girl, Triumps As Soloist In Pittsburgh.

1915-01-12 Sarah Berzon - - 1915-1-12 13 Are Indicted By Grand Jury. Mike Miselberg Must Stand Trial for Shooting and Wounding Former Sweetheart.

1915-02-14 Sarah Berzon - - 1915-2-14 Story Of Love Tragedy Is Told By Mike Miselberg. His Passion for Girl He Tried to Kill so Great That It Made Him "Cave Man," He Asserts. - Sarah Berzon, age 19. Attorney B. M. Goldberg represented Miselberg. Warren E. Greene the state. (Brother of Sarah met up with Miselberg before incident. Probably Abraham C. Berzon.)

1915-05-23 Louis Roos Gomberg photo child prodigy - - 1915-5-23 Young Pianist Is Winning Laurels. Louis Roos Gomberg. Duluth's "Second Mozart." photo. Chicago, Pittsburgh, teacher Mrs. D. H. Day. pianist.

1915-08-08 Esther Gomberg - - 1915-8-8 "Grasshopper" Cantata to Be Feature of "Lark" at Oatka. Miss Esther Gomberg, accompanist. Photo.

1915-08-23 Lylian Shapiro school in Wisconsin - - 1915-8-23 70 City 'Grads' To 23 Colleges. One-Third of 1915 Central High School Class to Enter University of Minnesota. Technical Courses Chosen By Most Boys. Courses for Teachers Most in Favor With Girls Who Will Take Advanced Work. Wisconsin: Lylian Shapiro and Bessie Simon. Teachers College (New York city) Edna Freimuth. Minnesota: Benjamin Gingold, Stanley Laskey, Arthur Levy, Mendel Levy, Sam Litman, Lazer Nusbaum. Illinois Technical School: Louis Zalk.

1915-11-13 Louis Roos Gomberg photo piano - - 1915-11-13 Young Pianist On Brief Tour. Louis Roos Gomberg. Photo. Mrs. David H. Day, 1231 East Superior street, little protege. St. Paul, piano recital. Women's Musicale club Rochester, Minn.

1915-11-28 Benjamin Gingold cropped - - 1915-11-28 Benjamin Gingold cropped

1915-11-28 Mrs William Oxman, Steinman Anna Levin & Orekovsky wed - - 1915-11-28 Mrs. William C. Oxman, 5 East Fifth street, entertailned at a linen shower Tuesday night in honor of Miss Anna Levine, whose wedding to A. Oreckovsky will take place Jan. 11. Guests: Mrs. J. Steinman, Mrs. M. Fink-St. Paul.

1915-12-28 Samuel E Gomberg - - 1915-12-28 Samuel E. Gomberg Wins A Promotion. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gomberg. 1912 Greysolon road.Works for eastern firm, given southeastern territory extending from Gulf of Mexico to New York. 21 years old.

1916-01-27 Sophia Kassmir - - 1916-1-27 Former Duluth Girl Makes Gotham Debut. Miss Sophia Kassmir.

1916-02-27 Viener Fink wedding Fred M. Daneiko - - 1916-2-27 Duluthians Attend Viener-Fink Wedding In St. Paul Today. - - Miss Della Dorothy Fink of St. Paul. photo. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fink. to James H. Veiner of Duluth. Miss Esther Veiner sister of the bridegbroom will be the maid of honor. Abe Aronsohn of Superior, Wisconsin will be best man. Bridesmaids: Miss Ida Oreck, Rae Zurovsky, Esther Zurovsky, Minnie Winer, Dollie Polinsky, all of Duluth. Miss Bertha Harris of St. Paul. Brindegroom's other attendants: Ivan Coppe, Milton Rosen of St. Paul, Maurice Silk. Erwin Orec, S . S. Miller nad Fred Daneiko of Duluth. Ushers: Lew Perlman, Harry Steinman, Maurice Feretan, Dr. William Ginsberg of St. Paul. Rev. Mr. Kahn. Brother Samuel M. ink married to Minnie Viener, sister of the bridegroom.

1916-03-11 B Greenspan birth of son - - 1916-3-11 Births. Boys. B. Greenspan. 3222 East Ninth street.

1916-03-15 Louis Gomberg - - 1916-3-15 Child Pianist Delights hearers. Louis Roos Gomberg. Entertainment At Temple Emanuel. Covenant Lodge Members Enjoy a Program of Music and Speakng. photo. Mrs. Goldbeg, Mr. Silberstein, Miss Sadie Gittelson.

1916-04-14 Louis Roos Gomberg photo piano - - 1916-4-14 Will Appear At Philathea Concert. Louis Roos Gomberg. Duluth Philathea union. photo.

1919-04-01 Morris Aaron Daneiko obit - - 1919-4-1 Morris Aaron Daneiko Death. age 57., a merchant, died following short illness at the family residence. 721 East Third street, at 1 o'clock Sunday moning, March 30. Funeral services held Sunday, with interment in Jewish cemetery. Note: Morris survived the shooting in 1914 and lived five more years.

1916-05-30 Sophie Kassmir - - 1916-5-30 Sophia Kassmir Sings With Pittsburgh Apollo.

1916-06-04 Ralph Oxman photo 6th birthday party - - 1916-6-4 Celebrates His Sixth Birthday. Photo. Ralph Oxman. 5 East Fifth street, 12 guests, theater party at the Grand. Luncheon followed.

1916-09-13 Dr George J. Kassmir Dr Hanry Kassmir - - 1916-9-13 wedding article: There is another doctor in the family. Dr. Harry Kassmir from Pittsburgh, a cousin of the bride Sarah Kassmir, married Maurice Silk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kassmir.

1916-09-14 Louis Roos Gomberg child pianist - - 1916-9-14 Mrs. D. H. Day Presents Her Pupil Louis Roos Gomberg. The Wonder Child Pianist. ad.

1916-11-26 Dr George J. Kassmir - - 1916-11-26 Dr. Kassmir Returns. Dr. George J. Kassmir, formerly of St. Paul, returned to Duluth yesterday from Chicago., where he finished a special course, Dr. Kassmir will make his home here. He was born in this city, his parents reside in Pittsburgh.

1916-12-22 Arthur Rubloff - - 1916-12-22 'Hiawatha's Childhood' Presented by Students. Chisholm, Arathur Rubloff.

1917-01-09 Louis Gomberg - - 1917-1-9 9-Year-Old Pianist Is A Marvel. Louis Gombeg Surprises St. Louisans With Playing in Private Recital Last Week.

1917-02-25 Fred Daneiko Twin Ports Auto Accessoruy Co Ad - - 1917-2-25 Ad 216 East Superior St. Twin Ports Automobile Accessory Co. S. Nides Fred Daneiko.

1917-04-24 Fishman Twin Ports photo basketball - - 1917-4-24 Twin Ports Basket Ball Champions, photo, Benett, Watts, Earnshaw, Doherty, Ritchie, Fishman.

1917-05-20 Evelyn Frisch Silverman piano lessons - - 1917-05-20 Evelyn Frisch Silverman piano lessons from Winifred Andrews - playing piano photo, nine years old

1917-08-30 Hibbing Mrs E. H. Edelstein cow - - 1917-8-30 Woman Seriously Hurt In Street Car Accident. Mrs. E. H. Edelstien, Hibin, in Hospital Suffering From Internal Injuries.

1917-12-08 Abe Friedman and Sarah Alpert ml - - 1909-6-30 Nina Rich and Nathan H. Schneider wedding.

1918-02-26 Mrs William Oxman Halloween - - 1918-2-26 Council To Meet. Mrs. William Oxman. Pocahontas council No. 315 and West Duluth council No. 255.

1918-07-01 Hibbing, Julius Edelstein draft board questionaire - - 1918-7-1 Questionnaires Sent At Hibbing. Draft Board Begins Week of reclassifying Men Beyond First Available Group. Julius Edelstein.

1918-07-07 Dr George J. Kassmir - - 1918-7-7 Dr. George J. Kassmir, 221 West Superior St. Room 201 ad tratment for Catarrhal Deafness. NOTE: Dr. George J. Kassmir has an office in Duluth. He specializes in treating ears, nose throats and eyes. George was born in Duluth. Lived in St. Paul, and then returned to Duluth. His parents use to live in Duluth, but settled later in Pittsburg, Penn.

1918-07-21 Abraham Berzon - - 1918-7-21 Planning For Royal Sendoff For Draft Men. Largest Contingent Sent to Camp Since War Began Goes Tomorrow and Tuesday.

1918-07-21 Julius Edelstein registration for draft - - 1918-7-21 Exams For June 5 Class Start. Hibbing Registrants of 1918 Section Appear Before Boards for Physical tests. Julius Edelstein.

1918-08-27 Lylian Zalk engagement to Louis Z Zalk - - 1918-6-27 Announce Engagement Of Lylian Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Max T. Shapiro, 2420 East Fourth street announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lylian Shapiro to Louis Z. Zalk. -- -- Note: Lylian Shapiro and Louis Zalk most likely knew each other as teenagers in Duluth, attending the same High School. Lylian's family must have done well financially. Her father was a meat cutter. Expensive jewelry was taken from their home while they were away in New York. Lylian was involved in charity work and it continued when she married Louis and lived in California. I am guessing that she had teachers training in Wisconsin or music. Maybe Len can tell us.

1918-10-10 Louis Press - - 1918-10-10 Louis Press of Virginia reported killed in action

1918-10-13 Louis Gomberg piano - - 1918-10-13 To Study. Louis Gomberg. photo. Leaves for Chicago, Detroit, and New York. Richard Epstein teacher and accompanist of Geraldine Farrar. Miss Esther Gomberg already left for Chicago. Madame Frances Alda.

1919-01-04 Oxman Oreckovsky - - 1919-1-4 Duluthian Believed To Be On Northern Pacific Transport. Mrs. W. C. Oxman, 1006 East Sixth street, brother Sergt. I. Orecovsky, 125th infantry, sailed from France on Christmas day. railcar Near New York

1919-02-25 Jeannette Gomberg - - 1919-2-25 Mrs. William Gomberg, 1912 Greysolon road, Miss Jeannette Gomberg, directors' office aircraft production department, Washinton, D.C. transferring to New York. Manley-McLennan agency.

1919-03-26 Rachael Greenspan - - 1919-3-26 Honor Rolls For Junior High Schools Announced. "B: Mollie Harris, Ruth Shenowsky, Rachel Greenspan, Rose Gould, Andrew Lemberg, Sherman Kassmir, Norman Meyers, Bessie Rosenb3erg, Helen Lavien, Rudolph Bergman.

1919-03-30 ad photos of office Dr. George Kassmir - - 1919-3-30 Dr. George J. Kassmir ad, photos of waiting room and treatment room.

1919-05-11 Sarah Slovut - - 1919-5-11 Prize Winners in the Missing Letter Contest. Sarah Slovut

1919-05-11 Abe Green, Nathan Greenspan - - 1919-5-11 Who's Who In School Music. Personnel Of 15 Orchestras. Franklin school: Abe Green, Nathan Greenspan Lincoln school: Nathan Cohen. Jefferson school: Morris Weisberg, Alicke Cohen, Isadore Singe, Oscar Kahn, Vern Olin. Washington Junior high school: Saide Meyers, Morris Cohen.

1919-05-25 Rachel Greenspan Washington Honor Roll - - 1919-5-25 Washington Junior Roll Of Honor Has 57 Names. Norman Meyers, Sherman Kassmsir, Ann Kapelow, Tiby Goldfine, Bessie Rosenberg, Ruth Shenosky, Ida Azine, Abraham Kerness, Bernice Shapiro, Mollie Harris, Helen Lewien, Mildred Isaacson, Mary Cohen, Gladys Kenner, Rachael Greenspan, Rose Gould.

1919-05-30 B Greenspan citizenship - - 1919-5-30 Avoided Draft; Can't Be Citizen. Siteen Aliens Heard by Judge Morris-One Denied American Voting Right. Borsech Greenspan-Duluth. Solomon Schneider-Duluth, Jacob Weintraub-Duluth.

1919-06-28 Master Louis Gomberg piano photo - - 1919-6-28 Returns Home. Master Louis Gomberg. New York. Richard Epstein. summer vacation with parents. 12 years old. Ethical Culture school, elementary department played at commencement program. photo.

1919-07-19 Esther Gomberg - - 1919-7-19 Miss Gomberg Weds In East. Duluth Girl Married to Dr. Goodman AYesterday. Esther Gomberg, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. William Gomberg, Greysolon place, Dr. C. E. Goodman of Virginia, Minn. wed in Detroit. Statler Hotel, 20 guests. make home in Virginia.

1919-07-20 Mrs C E Goodman Virginia Dr Goodman photo aka Esther Gomberg - - 1919-7-20 July Bride. Mrs. C. E. Goodman. Esther Gomberg, well known Duluth musician, Orpheum circuit. Dr. Goodman of Virtginia. wed in Detroit.

1919-07-20 Sophia Kassmer - - 1919-7-20 Duluth Girl Will Be Starred on the Orpheum Circuit. Sophia Kassmir. Brother Dr. George Kassmir.

1919-07-21 Jeannette Gomberg Ephraim Gomberg Esther Gimberg - - 1919-7-21 Parties Given For Duluth Bride. Miss Esther Gomberg, Dr. Charles E. Goodman-Virginia, Minn. Statler hotel-Detroit. Miss Alice Wetzler-Duluth entertained at a tea in village store in Greenwich village. Miss Jeannette Gombeg, sisterof the bride is doing war work in New York, entertained at dinner Hotel Endicott. Col. Walter Irving, song writer, entertaned at dinner at the Claridge hotel, Mrs. Berl, an aunt of Miss Gomberg entertained dinner at Rockaway park. Mrs. Aronheim of Detroit, an aunt of the bride gave prenuptial dinner for 20. Mrs. William Gomberg bride's mother. Ephraim Gomberg brother are in Detroit.

1919-08-17 Louis Gomberg piano - - 1919-8-17 Louis Gomberg Home 1 years old; Famous Teacher Dies. His teacher Richard Eptstein also passed away.

1919-12-14 ad Dr George J Kassmir - - 1919-12-14 Dr. George J. Kassmir ad, detailed cures for deafness, sore throats symptoms

1920-03-01 Debate DCHS Ida Caplan Harry Levine - - 1920-3-1 DCHS Debate Ida Caplan and Harry Levine

1920-03-03 Rachel Greenspan - - 1920-3-3 Thirty-Five Junior High Students On Month Honor Roll. Washington Junior high school: Rose Hirsh, Bessie Rosenberg, Norman Meyers, Ida Azine, Mary Cohen, Rachel Greenspan, Ruth Shenowsky.

1920-06-13 Rachel Greenspan - - 1920-6-13 Girl Pupils Take Lead In School Honor Roll. Norma Meyers, Ida Azine, Rachel Greenspan, Bessie Rosenberg, Ruth Cohen.

1920-07-09 birth of boy Mr and Mrs William O Oxman - - 1920-7-9 Birth, boy to Mr. and Mrs. William O. Oxman. 1008 East Sixth street, July 7.

1920-07-18 Chisholm High School - - 1920-07-18 Chisholm High School - Chisholm, A wide-awake metropolis

1920-07-28 M. Shapero apology to Louis Caplan - - 1920-7-28 Law Suit Louis Caplan settled. Apology printed by M. Shapero.

1921-01-16 Dr. George J. Kassmir ad - - 1921-1-16 Dr. George J. Kassmir ad, new address, Suite 202-203 Torrey Bldg. Near Third Avenue West, office hours.

1921-07-24 Mrs Fink an daughter photo - - 1921-7-24 Mrs. Fink and daughter, photo.

1921-09-16 Harry and Louis Greenspan accident - - 1921-9-16 Runaway, Auto Gas Send Two To Hospitals. Driver of Wagon Dragged by Frightened Horse; Fumes Overcome Tot. Greenspan. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greenspan, 313 East Seventh street.

1921-12-20 Mrs W Oxman Chanukah party - - 1921-12-28 Chanukah ball Council of Jewish Women, Spalding hotel. Mrs. W. Oxman, Mrs. M. G. A.ltman, Mrs. A. Davidson, Mrs. M. Solon, Mrs. A. Karon.

1922-01-09 Tara Slovut - - 1922-1-9 Tara Slovut, Jeannette Kaner, Dorothy Littman

1922-04-14 Louis Press - - 1922-04-14 Louis Press of Virgina body arrived in Duluth

1922-05-24 Greenspan - - 1922-5-24 Franklin School Team Wins League B Title. baseball, Greenspan, Schulty, Elenbach, Hyden, Garish, Chessen, Luciano, Richarson, Cohen Karsner, and Rocklin.

1922-06-24 Morris Gotkin - - 1922-6-24 Hebrew Institute to Hold Commencement Exercises. - 310 East Third street. Fourteen Bar Mitzvah boys given diplomas. Sunday school and Hebrew School. Morris Kohn, Rabbi Israel Teplitz, Marvin Aarons, S. Natelson, Mrs. A. Davidson. Boys: Marvin Aarons, Samuel Braverman, Max Chersensky, Benjamin Davis, Harry Fagel, Hyman Goldfarb, Abe Goldfin, Chene Goldin, Morris Gotkin, Louis King, Herbert Samuel. Alfred Weinberg, Hyman Widdes, Paul Winer.

1922-12-17 Ralph Oxman-cello son Mrs William Oxman sisterhood - - 1922-12-17 Sisterhood of Duluth Hebrew institute. public library, Rabbi Alvin Lunchs, Chanuke, Ralph Oxman cello solo, mother Mrs. William Oxman.

1935-4-23 Sarah Berstein obit - - 1935-4-23 Burstein Funeral Held At Neenah. This article mentions the eight children by name and where they lived.

1935-11-21 Sarah Berstein estate - - 1935-11-21 Sarah Burstein estate Neenah - Jewelry assigned

1943-05-05 Fred M. Daneiko obituary Neenah, Wisconsin - - 1943-5-22 Fred M. Daneiko. 53 years old. 3247 N. Bartlett Av. Neenah, Wisconsin. salesman for Knauber Lithographing Co. died in Chicago. Born in Duluth, lived in Milwaukee, burried in Neenah, Wisconsin Mountefore (Sp.) cemetery (Montefiore) - - Milwaukee Sentinel

1945-12 Bennitt, Raymond & Helen Markell wed - - 1945-12 Weddings Markell-Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bennett. Married in Duluth. 920 Burton avenue, Cincinnati. Helen Markell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Markell. 121 Ninth avenue east, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Bennett. 1057 Eighty-seventh avenue west.

2015-5-15 Steve Heifetz speaks on Jewish history - - 2015-5-15 Ironwood Daily Globe Hurley, Wisconsin photos. Great grandson of Rabbi Moses Rein.

2015-5-18 Steve Heifetz shares Jewish heritage - - 2015-5-18 Hurley: Iron County Historical Museum, piecing together a broader history of the Jewish community. of Hurley, Wisconsin.

FREIMUTH news articles

1883-05-22 Freimuth & Company - - 1883-5-22 Ad J. Freimuth & Co. Superior St. Metropolitan Block.

1883-06-08 Freimuth & Company - - 1883-6-8 Ad I. Freimuth & Co. ad Successors to Campbell & Smith. Metropolitan Dry Goods Store.

1883-07-25 Freimuth & Company - - 1883-7-25 Ad The Popular One Price Cash Metropolitan Dry Goods House. Freimuth & Co.

1883-08-18 Freimuth - - 1883-8-18 Ad Freimuth & Co.

1884-02-11 St. Paul, Jacob Sattler & Carrie Abeles wed - - 1884-2-11 Sattler Bros Ad - 1884-2-11 Sattler-Abeles. An Elegant Wedding Yesterday Afternoon and Receptio in the Evening. St. Paul Hebrew society. Mr. Jacob B. Sattler, of the firm of Sattler Bros. and Miss Carrie Abeles, the daughter of Mrs. E. Abeles of St. Paul. No. 532 Canada treet, Rev. Dr. Illivitze of Minneapolis, guests Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. and Mrs. Silverstein, Miss Nellie Weiss, Mrs. I. Bondy, M. B. Abeles, J. D. Sattler. - - St Paul Daily Globe

1884-06-10 Freimuth & Abeles, Proprietors - - 1884-6-10 Ad The Metropolitan Freimuth & Abeles Proprietors

1884-10-17 Baby contet Freimuth, H. F. Leopold - - 1884-10-17 The Second Day Of Our County Fair Even A Greater Success Than The First. A Large Disply in the Live Stock Department-The Baby Show-Another Peep at the Ladies’ Department. E. S. Hammond, Freimuth & Co., H. F. Leopold had charge of the department of the baby show. Miss Meizger, Mrs. Levy (sisters) , ladies dept. Large attendance. - Duluth Weekly Tribune

1887-03-25 sewing machine Freimuth and Howard - - 1887-3-25 Ad for Freimuth & Howard Agents for sewing machine, 106 West Superior Street. - Duluth Weekly Tribune

1887-08-09 cashier falls into excavation Babcock- I. Freimuth - - 1887-8-9 John Babcock, cashier at I. Freimuth’s fell into an excavation on First avenue west, near Superior street, on Sunday, and was very badly bruised.

1887-08-09 I Freimuth left for New York - - 1887-8-9 I. Freimuth, proprietor of the Metropolitan dry goods store, left for New York city and other eastern points Sunday. He will be gone about four weeks.

1887-11-15 Charity Work Mrs I Freimuth, Silberstein & Bondy - - 1887-11-15 Charity’s Work. “Home for Destitute Women and Children. Mrs. I. Freimuth, stair carpet and two comforts. --- Silberstein & Bondy, a new carpet for reception room.

1887-12-06 insurance damage fire in Metropolitan block - - 1887-12-6 Insurance Adjusted. Superior street and First avenue east fire and Metropolitan block. J. Freimuth carried the insurance and divided it.

1887-12-07 fire damage dry-goods stock Freimuth - - 1887-12-7 Minnesota. A fire the other morning in Metropolian block, one of he finest in Duluth, damaged he building slightly, while water damaged dry-goods stock of I. Freimuh to the extent of nearly $10,000 and contents of law and other offices about $2,000. - - Mower County Transcript, Austin

1888-03-22 I Freimuth, train wreck, blizzard - - 1888-3-22 I. Freimuth, proprietor of the Metropolitan store, was in New York during the blizzard and was on the elevated train that was wrecked. He was in the car that was dashed to pieces, in which twenty persons were wounded and one killed, but he escaped without a scar. Blizzards have ever been kindly disposed toward Duluthians.

1888-04-14 East Second Street Mr. Freimuth, house - - 1888-4-14 Gridley & Mishler have sold to I. Freimuth, the dry goods merchant, the house on lot 2, East Second street, for $9,750, and Mr. Freimuth will occuy it as a family residence. - - St Paul Daily Globe

1889-01-23 I Freimuth new member Chamber of Commerce - - 1889-1-23 Please Give Trains. Can Then Refuse Such a Moderate Request—The Chanber of Comerce. Crimes and Criminals. District Court Proceedings-Two Defaulters-Miss Helen Barry Coming. A Calm Protest. The N. P. Should Blush at These Chamber of Commerce Resolutions. The Chamber of Commerce swore in eleven new members. I. Freimuth. Note: Duluth’s population in 1889 was 40,000 and there is a need for better transportation by train. Duluth is growing rapidly and infrastructure is needed to support it.

1889-08-28 Flood in Duluth Freimuth dry goods - - 1889-8-28 A Flood at Duluth. J. Freimuth drygoods damage $12,000. - - Mower County Transcript, Austin

1891-06-06 Freimuth moving stock to Hurst bldg - - 1891-6-6 A. Freimuth is moving his stock of dry goods to the Hurst building. Experienced for nine years in the area.

1891-06-21 Fr Freimuth Hurst bldg opposite Phillips hotel - - 1891-6-21 F. Freimuth leading dry goods house, Hurst building opposite the Philip hotel. Best location in town. Stocked full of dry goods.

1892-04-22 doctors offices move out for drygoods store Freimuth - - 1892-4-22 I. Freimuth will soon occupy the entire Metropolitan block with his stock of dry goods. The doctors and other people who have offices there, are preparing to move out. Note: Superintendent Wallace of the Ohio Company’s mine reports on the Missabe Mountain hematite and magnetic ore.

1892-05-27 shop lifting - - 1892-5-27 A Cleaver Detective. Robert Benson Searches a House And Finds Considerable Stolen Property. I. Freimuth $400 valuable black silk lace and other articles stolen from his counters.

1896-01-01 established 1881 15 years Freimuth - - 1896-1-1 I. Freimuth. Fifteen years ago the store of I. Freimuth was established in Duluth, and has steadily grown in popular favor. It is located at 117 and 119 West Superior. Four floors, each 50 x 140 feet, are occupied with the several departments of the store, which include dress goods, linens, domestic, notions, fancy goods, ladies and children shoes, cloaks, millinary, carpets, drapery, crockery, hardware, and toys. Eah of these departments is kept amply stocked and the buyer is enabled to find great variety and low prices prevailing in each. Mr. Freimuth gives his personal attention to his great store and has by watchful and careful methods built up an immense business..

1896-02-18 Freimuth bid for fixtures - - 1896-2-18 Mr. Freimuth’s Bid. Howard & Haynie stock, fixtures, and leases.

1896-02-29 Freimuth buys stock and fixtures - - 1896-2-29 Freimuth The Buyer. The popular dry goods man purchases the Howard & Haynie Stock.

1896-05-20 F M Fowler of Chicage - - 1896-5-20 Another New Buiding. Supeiror street and Lake avenue. F. M. Fowler of Chicago.

1899-09-17 Splendid New Store - - 1899-09-17 Splendid New Store. I. Freimuth Will Move Jan 1, into the Fowler Building. Floor Space That Will Be Had at the New Location Will be Two and a Half Times That of the Present Store-New Location at Corner of Superior and Lake Avenue-Finest in the Northwest.

1900-01-24 Changes in Fowler block - - 1900-1-24 Changes In Fowler Block. Getting Ready to Receive Freimuth’s Big Stock. Superior Street and Lake Avenue corner. Under lease to I. Freimuth. E. M. Fowler former owner of Detroit.

1900-01-27 union plumber issues - - 1900-1-27 At Swords Point. Plumbers’ Union and the Duluth Plumbing Co. Have Trouble. Arises over work done on Fowler block, and General strike of Workmen on remodeling of block is threatened-attempt to be made today to settle matters. I. Freimuth addresses assembly.

1900-02-14 Freimuth gone east - - 1900-2-14 Mr. Freimuth Gone East. I. Freimuth left yesterday afternoon on his semi-annual visit to the East? Markets. Accompanying him were many of his department managers. G. D. Young, of the crockery and hardware: Louis Roos, of the notions and underwear: Paul Kritz, of the jewelry. Fred Rasmussen, of the cloaks, and Misses McGindley and Cargill, of the millinery departments. They will be in the East for some time, and the assurance is given that the stocks for the new store will be a revelation to the people of this city.

1900-02-18 Investors S W Huntington, George M. Tallant, I Freimuth - - 1900-2-18 New Department Store. New Firm to Start in I. Freimuth’s Present Stand.

1900-03-22 fixtures - - 1900-3-22 Begins To Move Next Week. I. Freimuth Will Soon Occupy New Quarters in Fowler Block. A modern first class store.

1900-04-01 announcement of move - - 1900-4-1 Special Announcement! New Location Corner Lake Avenue and Superior Street. I. Freimuth. Suit against the Gately Supply Co. by I. Freimujth for $68 alleged to be due on a lease was dismissed. Case of Abraham Levine vs. Ed Ebner sued for $50.

1900-04-04 Gately supplier - - 1900-4-4 Two Cases Disposed of. And Civil Canlendar of Municipal Court is That Much Lighter.

1900-04-05 opening days not far away - - 1900-4-5 New department store of I Freimuth corner Lake avenue and Superior street is fast reaching that point of completion. Unpacking and preparing cases of new goods.

1900-04-05 unpacking - - 1900-4-5 Ad Opening Days Freimuth’s

1900-04-08 employees surprise office chair - - 1900-4-8 Employees Surprise Mr. Freimuth. Office chair upholstered in leather for private office. Short speech acknowledged gift. Wishing Mr. Freimuth complete success in his new venture.

1900-04-10 Freimuth - progress - - 1900-4-10 The Freimuth Opening.

1900-04-10 Freimuth Grand Opening - - 1900-4-10 New Big Store Open. Mr. Freimuth Receives Public In Superb Quarters. Everywhere the Most Modern of Equipment Is Found and the Most Complete Stock. Is Displayed. Thousands Visit the Store at All Hours Yesterday and Last Night. Receives many congratulations. 5,000-6,000 people visit new establishment. Mr. Freimuth has been in business in Duluth for 17 years. Note: Detailed description of each department and floor.

1900-04-10 Freimuth new store - - 1900-4-10 Freimuth’s Grand Opening of the New Store

1900-04-14 Freimuth - plants ad - - 1900-4-14 Freimuth’s ad

1900-05-04 Freimuth dance for employees - - 1900-5-4 Dance For Employes. I. Freimuth Entertains Them at the St. Louis Hotel. 80 couples.

1900-05-20 Rose Freimuth Lillian Abrahamson cropped - - 1900-5-20 cropped article. Young Ladies’ Guild at Lester park. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb, Miss Lillian Abrahamson, Miss Rose Freimuth.

1900-05-20 Rose Freimuth Lillian Abrahamson - - 1900-5-20 full page. Young Ladies’ Guild at Lester park. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb, Miss Lillian Abrahamson, Miss Rose Freimuth.

1900-05-26 Freimuth ad - - 1900-5-26 Freimuth’s ad - - Labor World

1900-05-27 Mollie McLaughlin obit - - 1900-5-27 Miss Mollie A. McLaughlin Dies. Operated Upon for Appendicitis and Shock Proves Fatal. Daughter of Thomas McLaughlin, former captain of police in this city and had been employed for a number of years in Freimuth’s store.

1900-06-15 Freimuth ad - - 1900-6-15 Ad Freimuth’s Duluth’s Greatest Store. A Big Bargain Week. AND 1900-6-15 Ad J. Mesberg - - Virginia Enterprise

1900-06-30 Freimuth baseball team - - 1900-6-30 Another Ball Team. Freimuth Club Is Anxious to Get a Game, nine employes o I. Freimuth’s mammoth store. Panton & White established team. - - 1900-6-30 Freimuth Ad - - Labor World

1900-08-19 Freimuth baseball - - 1900-8-19 Will Play Today. Freimuth Athletes and Smith, Farwell Steeler Nine.

1900-09-25 Rosa Freimuth, Alice Abele-Chicago - - 1900-9-25 Personals. W. M. Abrahamson of Ely is in the city. Miss Rosa Freimuth leaves today for Chicago, where she will visit Miss Alice Abele.

1900-10-07 Freimuth - Roos, Australia - - 1900-10-7 A Handsome Gift. Louis Roos the Recipient of One by Fellow Employees. Employ of Mr. I. Freimuth for the past 12 years and will leave in a few weeks for Australia to engage in business with his brother.

1900-11-18 dance Jewish families last column - - 1900-11-18 The first of the series of subscription dances to be given this winter by many prominent Jewish families of the city, took place at Masonic Temple Wednesday evening and was a delightful affair. Silberstein, Heller, Giddings, L. Loeb, Freimuth, Klein, S. Loeb, Hirshman, Satler, Selig, Bondy, Levy, Marcuse, W. Abrahamson, N. Giddings, Kohn, Oswald, Kastriner, Hammel, J. Satler, Lien, J. Abrahamson. Mrs. Giddings, Loeb, Sattler, Kastriner, Zien, L. R. Bondy, Klein, Hammel, Freimuth, A. Bondy, Marcuse, W. Abrahamson, P. H. Levy, Silberstien, Pauline Levy, Irene Silberstein, Satler, J. Abrahamson, Heller.

1900-11-25 Mrs David H Days music class photo - - 1900-11-25 Some of Duluth's Coming Musicians. photo Mrs. David H. Day's music class.

1900-11-27 Charity I Freimuth, Mrs B Heller - - 1900-11-27 Dance For Charity. Annual Ball At the Spalding This Evening. Elaborate Preparations For the Event Have Been Made and the Affair Promises to be One of the Most Successful Ever Held in Duluth-Personnel of Floor and Reception Committee. I. Freimuth.

1900-11-29 Fred Swenson elevatory accident - - 1900-11-29 Nearly Lost A Leg. Fred Swenson Boards Moving Elevator With Bad Results. Gets caught between the carriage and floor at Freimuth's Department Store and an axe is necessary to release him. Had been admonished to keep away, but paid no heed. - - Age 16.

1900-12-02 Mrs. Bondy, Mrs Freimuth, Mrs Heller, Mrs Loeb-charity event - - 1900-12-2 1st col. Duluth Socially. Charity Ball for Childrens home. Mrs. A. Bondy, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. and Mrs. B. Heller, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb.

1900-12-16 I Freimuth literature, books, publications - - 1900-12-16 A Plunge In Literature. I. Freimuth Presents Great Opportunity in New Book Department.

1900-12-19 unpopular proposal - - 1900-12-19 Project Is Unpopular. New Building for Water and Light Commission. Is Freely Denounced. Local tax payers pronounce the scheme extravagant. Consensus of opinion that additional room should be provided at the City Hall-Patrons of the Department demand concentration of City’s Business-Cheaper Temporary Quarters Suggested. I. Freimuth, B. Silberstein, S. Loeb, Louis Hammell, express opinion in opposition to project and spending money on a new building.

1900-12-23 closed for Christmas debate - - 1900-12-23 No Rest For The Weary. One Department Store Denies Holiday to Clerks. Action is condemned. Special meeting of trades’ assembly is called. Competiers compelled to keep open in defense of their own interests although they object vigorously. The New Store, Freimuth and Silberstein and Bondy Co. express their sentiments. Concern for staff members working on the holiday.

1901-06-08 Freimuth - - 1901-6-8 Order Department Direectory ad. I. Freimuth, department store, Silberstein & Bondy Co., dry goods, etc.

1901-09-03 Freimuth Is Enthusiastic - - 1901-9-3 I. Freimuth Is Enthusiastic. Returns from the east confident of most prosperous fall business. Duluth’s Fame Is Spreading. Heard many inquiries concerning Head Of Lake. Never missed an opportunity to put in a word for his home city while absent. I. Freimuth

1901-09-29 Morris Freimuth - - 1901-9-29 Mr. Morris Freimuth left Thursday for New York where he will be a buyer for the I. Freimuth department store of this city. He was accompanied by his mother as far as Chicago.

1901-10-17 James K. Steele advertising - - 1901-10-17 Boost For Jas. K. Steel. Is made manager of the Freimuth Department Store. Came 1 year ago, advertising department, promoted to manager. W. G. L. Tucker of St. Paul will take over advertising branch of the business.

1901-12-13 Christmas holiday opening - - 1901-12-13 Grand Opening. Freimuth’s Scene of Immense Throne Last Evening. Grand holiday opening. Music, Santa Claus, toys, mechanical animals, cut glass, and jewelry.

1902-01-10 George A. Gray financial - - 1902-1-10 George A. Gray, formerly financial and general manager for I. Freimuth, left yesterday for the east. He will engage in business for himself, probably in some good town of the Middle West. Mr. Gray has been with Freimuth for 11 years. He was presented with a gold watch upon his departure, by Mr. Freimuth and the employees of the store with whom he has been so long associated. He expects to return to Duluth before going away permanently.

1902-02-13 Freimuth sick benefits - - 1902-2-13 Have A Balance Report of the I. Freimuth Benefit Association Is Submitted. The report of the treasurer of the I. Freimuth Benefit association at the first annual meeting shows that during the year the receipts amounted to #111 and disbursements for sick benefits were $80.64, leaving a balance of $30.36. Officers elected. F. P. Robinson, J. K. Steele, H. Carroll, Miss M. Parsons, E. Sattler, J W. Cousins, Karl tern, F. E. Feischman, H. Haney, Charles Johnson, Miss O. Stahlbush, B. Cook, Peter Evanson, Miss Jane Everington.

1902-05-08 June brides window dressing - - 1902-05-8 Very Artistic Window. Fremitus’s Display for June Brides and Sweet Girl Graduates. Mr. Stern window dresser of the store. Western window.

1902-05-31 Louis Freimuth - - 1902-5-31 Sparta. J. B. transacted business here the fore part of the week. Louis Freimuth returned Monday from a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth at Duluth. L. Rubenstein president of the Bank of Sparta, will depart for Chicago next week for a business and pleasure trip.

1902-06-18 I Freimuth on business and parade - - 1902-6-18 I. Freimuth: “I am not in favor of taking the parades off Superior Street. If the crowds come on the street and stand around, they become tired waiting, drop into the stores and do more or less trading. The parades do not interfere with business, but on the contrary help the retail houses.”

1902-07-29 Freimuth plate glass windows broken - - 1902-7-29 Desstruction Is Wilful. Valuable plate glass windows at Freimuth’s damaged by vandals. No reason is assigned. Proprietor satisfied that it is maliciousness. Many valuable plates have been cut and others broken by missiles of some kind.

1902-12-12 Freimuth Fall opening - - 1902-12-12 Freimuth’s Fall Opening A Great Success Santa Clause, toy department

1902-12-21 Personals - Freimuth - - 1902-12-21 - three articles - - Mr. and Mrs. A. Freimuth have returned from their wedding trip and will be at home at 1901 West Michigan street after Jan. 15. - - J. M. Gidding will spend the holidays in Salt Lake City with Mrs. Gidding who has been visiting there with her brother in the hope of improving her health. - - Mr. and Mrs. B. Silberstein will go to California early in January to spend the winter. They will be joined in Salt Lake City by Mrs. J. M. Giddings.

1903-02-01 Freimuth Sick benefits solid - - 1903-2-1 Society Is Flourishing. Fremuth Benefit Association Is Financially Solid. President F. P. Robinson; vice president, Frank Fleischman; treasurer, Miss M. Paison; secretary, H. S. Carroll; collector, E. Sattler. The Board of trustees is composed of H. Haney, J. White, Joe Medley, J. Johnson, J. Rockwell and D. Loewus.

1903-05-19 Methodist church - - 1903-5-19 Church Women To Keep Shop. Freimuth Store in Charge of M. E. Workers Today. First Methodist Episcopal Church, a certain percentage of all sales during the day will be donated to the cause.

1903-05-30 Freimuth ball club - - 1903-5-30 I. Freimuth. Department Store. Statement. - - Labor World

1903-06-09 Harry Carroll - - 1903-6-9 Harry Carroll, advertising manager at the I. Freimuth department store, returned yesterday from a trip of ten days, during which he visited Port Arthur, Koochiching, and Winnipeg. He says Koochiching is a hustling town and there is a good future for it, that the railroad is within thirty miles of there now and will soon be completed.

1903-06-19 Freimuth wash goods - - 1903-6-19 Big Wash Goods Sale. I. Freimuth Places 22,000 Pieces Containing Over 100,000 Yards On Sale. Largest purchase of wash goods ever made in Duluth by a retail dealer. Sold at low prices.

1903-06-21 Progress Club Jewish prominent young men - - 1903-6-21 Progress Club Enjoys A Most Successful Season. Photo. L. Levy, M. Freimuth, S. M. Levy. D. G. Loewus, N. Ducas, S. Y. Josephs, S. Bernhard. L. Freimuth, H. Levy, Dr. A. E. Levinson, M. Rosenburg, J. Cook. - - NOTE D. G. Loewns is misspelled in the newspaper article. Should be D. G. Loewus. Steve Freimuth confirmed this and the 1903-2-1 article has it spelled correctly. Loewus was on the board of trustees for the Freimuth department store. He also was in charge of hosiery and underwear.

1903-07-26 William Anderson elevator operator accident - - 1903-7-26 Leg Is Nearly Torn From His Body. Elevator Boy a Duluth Not Likely to Survive Amputation. - - St Paul Daily Globe

1905-09-03 I Freimuth New York office - - 1905-9-3 I. Freimuth Returns From A Month’s Stay At His New York Office. I. Freimuth returned to Duluth yesterday after a month’s stay at his New York office, No. 4 Washington Place. Engaged in superintending the department buyers in their purchases for the fall campaign.

1906-08-21 David S Loewus and Abel engaged - - 1906-8-21 Abel-Loewus. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Abel of 5140 Michigan avenue, Chicago announce the betrothal of their daughter, Alyce to David G. Loewus of this ccity. Engagement reception last week in August. Chicago South Side society. Duluth business circles. Department manager at I. Freimuth’s.

1906-10-14 Eve Thennes Mrs Devaney Freimuth dept store - - 1906-10-14 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Devaney married in German Catholic church in Duluth. Thomas is a partner in Virginia Produce Company and Mrs. Devaney-Miss Eva Thennes, worked for Freimuth department store.

1907-06-25 Freimuth resigns as president of ButteBalaklava Copper - - 1907-6-25 Mining Company Has New Head. R. B. Dear Succeeds I. Freimuth as President of the Butte BalaklavaCopper company.

1908-02-25 D. W. Lowus at Freimuths - - 1908-2-25 Returns From Bridal And Buying Trip. D. G. Loewus, head of the hosiery and underwear department at Freimuth’s department store. Married at Chicago three weeks ago and immediately went on a trip through eastern states. Will return to Duluth on East Fifth street after March 1st.

1908-03-05 Freimuth says conditions improving - - 1908-3-5 Business Slow To Recover In East. I. Freimuth Says Conditions Are Improving Slowly=Buyers Get Fine Stock. Business conditions, financial depression. Middle western portion of country fairing better than New York.

1910-01-24 Joseph Freimuth detective white slavery - - 1910-1-24 Result Here Belies Report. Federal Inspector Declares Minnesota Is Free From White Slave Traffic. Police Discover Two Cases In St. Louis County. But Joseph Freimuth Says He Was Unable to Find Anything Wrong in Investigation

1910-03-13 Miss Hamilton of Freimuths - - 1910-3-13 By Miss Hamilton. Of the Freimuth Department Store Trimming Department. Nets and all-over will be in greater demand. Transparent undersleeve, gimped purposes in lingerie frocks and evening gowns. All-over patterns of large and heavy flowers, connected by slender vine tendrils. Hexagen mesh. Trimmings: demand for metallic braids, gold, silver, steel, or copper. Even in hats. Two tone metal novelties rather than single tone effect. In Paris, chanticlers (French- fierce rooster), roosters, denizens of the barnyard, crowing roosters, fighting cocks, flying birds. Probably the rage.

1910-08-21 Freimuth Dept Store - - 1910-8-21 Ad Car used by I. Freimuth Department store for deliveries.

1911-12-05 Joseph Freimuth obit. brothers Adolph, Charles, and I - - 1911-12-5 Funeral Services For Joseph Freimuth. 51 years old, held at residence of his brother I. Freimuth, 1306 East Second street. Dr. M. Lefkovitz, Temple Emanuel officiated in Woodland cemetery. Ill for a number of years, leaves a widow and daughter, residing at 927 East Fifth street. Besides three brothers, other two brothers Adolph and Charles Freimuth, both of this city.

1911-12-05 Joseph Freimuth obit - - 1911-12-5 Joseph Freimuth, 51 years old, died at his residence, 927 East Fifth street, Dec. 3.

1912-02-02 home 1306 E 2nd street I Ferimuth - - 1912-2-2 Pastor Honored By Curch People. Freimuth Home Scene of Reception for Rabbi Lefkovits on Fifth Anniversary Here. 1306 East Second street. Rabbi and Mrs. Lefkovitz, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. E. Silberstein, Mrs. M. Cornfield, Mrs. D. L. Cohen-St. Paul. Decorated rooms, Th La Brosse orchestra played.

1912-02-11 Freimuth ad - - 1912-2-11 Ad, Freimuth - - ]Freimuth ad buyers New York - Mr. D. G. Loewus hosiery, leather goods, books, etc

1912-03-11 A Few Of Duluth's Working Girls - - 1912-3-11 A Few of Duluth’s Fair Working Girls. photos.

1912-5-15 Galaxy Of Mining Kings Pays Visit To Duluth - - 1912-5-15 Galaxy Of Mining Kings Pays Visit To Duluth. Fee Owners of Fayal, Adams, Spruce and Geneos Iron Ore Properties Come to Northern Minnesota on Annual tour of Inspection-Men Represent Vast Amount of Wealth. History of developers of the mine. Freimuth.

1913-06-15 Mrs David Loewus charity - - 1913-6-15 Report On Society’s Work. Mrs. Henry Abraham, Aid society of Temple Emanuel, Mrs. David Loewus, Mrs. Victgor Kohn, Mrs. Saul Goldberg, Mrs. Louis Zalk, Mrs. Victor Kohn, Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. Louis Hammell, Mrs. L. S. Loeb.

1913-11-16 Magbiah Club - Enid Freimuth - - 1913-11-16 Magbiah Club will meet. Irene Wetzler, president; Bessie Markowitz, first vice president; Hazel Levin, second vice president; Enid E Freimuth, recording secretary; Mae Klein, corresponding secretary; Anna Mark, treasurer, Selma Oreckovsky, historian,; Helen Wetzler, chairman of the welfare committtee;Sally Oreck, chairman of hte finance committee; Estelle Bondy, chariman of the press committee; Sol Goldberg, founder and adviser; Fanny Altman, head of sewing dept; Elsie Silberstein, head of educational dept

1913-12-25 Winner of Freimuth Dollss - - 1913-12-25 Winners Of The Freimuth Dolls. Photo. 49 winners

1914-02-08 Frank E. Fleischmann - - 1914-2-8 Frank E. Fleischmann, buyer of toys and china for Freimuths Left for a buying trip to New York.

1914-05-13 Duluth Working Girls Freimuth - - 1914-5-13 Inefficiency Is Great Problem. Employes On Duluth Advisory Board See Difficulty in Maintaining Minimum Wage. May Girls Will Lose Jobs, Says Merchant. Six Dollars a Week Necessary for Employes’ Subsitence, Says Miss Culkin. E. A. Silberstein of Silberstein & Bondy company “Inefficincy Is Problem. Miss Cullin: Women under paid for their skills, dependent on family to sustain them, many are capable.

1914-06-08 Cropped Gidding - - 1914-6-8 J M Gidding and Company - cropped ad for Sales Girl.

1914-06-08 jewelry department - - 1914-6-8 J M Gidding and Company - full page including ad for Sales Girl.

1914-09-06 Freimuths - Mr Aune - - 1914-9-6 On Brief Vacation. Mr Aune, advertising manager of the Freimuth department store, is spending Sunday and Monday with relatives in Ashland and Washburn, Wis

1916-02-21 Freimuth employees sleighride - - 1916-2-21 Eastern Star Women Have Entertainment. Irwin Oreck, Mrs. Louis Oreck. - - - 1916-2-21 I. Freimuth department store employees enjoyed their second sleigh ride party of the season. Lakewood chateau, three sleighs, 92 persons in the party.

1916-08-27 Hugo Freimuth, Esther Gomberg orchestra - - Columbia steamer leaves Lake avenue dock. The Esther Gomberg orchestra, H. Freimuth and M. Parson in charge of party.

1917-07-23 Freimuth says - - 1917-7-23 Freimuth Says All Must Help In War. Approves National Defense Plan of Cutting Deliveries-Declares Business Good. Everybody Do His Bit. Avoid Requests for Special Deliveries-Minimize Returned Purchases, He Says. War time has taken away men from the field of labor. Carry small packages with you.

1918-01-02 Freimuth Dept Store - - 1918-1-2 ‘Business Good, Outlook Better, Say Duluth Men. Representative Lines Report 1917 Trade Conditions, Optimistic Note. M. M. Gasser Grocery company, M. R. Bush, I. Freimuth, Freimuth department store, profits cut to the minimum, harder to break even, cost of business gone up rapidly, cost of articles gone up, turn over of stock not as rapid. J. F. McCarthy, Charles E. Lewis company, grain business. strong market. banking, Isaac Moore, American Exchange National Bank. favorable.

1918-04-27 Hugo Freimuth Camp Dodge, Iowa, train for army - - 1918-4-27 Hugo Freimuth Gets Uniform; Will Seek Hun Kaiser’s Goat. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth started on the first lap of a journey he has wished to take for some time past, yesterday. He has expressed a desire to be one of the first at Duluth’s boys to get across and get a crack at the Hun. He left for Camp Dodge, Iowa, where he will train for the army.

1918-12-19 Hugo Freimuth, German helmet from France - - 1918-12-19 German Helmet Arrives In Superior; From H. Freimuth who has been on the firing lines, has sent a German helmet from France, which will be on display at Freimuth store in Duluth. It was freceived by Mrs. Freimuth, 1919 Hughitt avenue. Mrs. Freimuth is with the Three Hundred Fifty-seventh Infantry of the Ninetieth division, headquarters troops and expects to be with the army of occupation.

1919-09-28 Edna Freimuth attending Columbia university - - 1919-9-28 Miss Edna Freimuth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs I. Freimuth, East Second street, has left for Columbia university. Miss Ruth Reimuth is attending Smith College.

1920-06-15 D. W. Loewus - - 1920-6-15 Duluth’s Quota In Week’s Drive Will Be $20,000. Campaign for Funds for Palestine Restoration Work to Open June 21, Announcement. C. E. Cown-NY, Dr. Peter Marcus-Minneapolis, D. W. Loewus, I. Freimuth, B. Silberstein, B. Beckman, M. P. Shapiro, M. C. Albenberg, Joseph Oreckovesky, S. M. Kaner, S. Capelowitz, H. Witz, L. Fox, W. Silvain, N. Kris, S. Karon, Jos. Davis, Joe Weinberg, James Lavick, F. Labovitz, S. Natelson, C. P. Mayers, H. Segal, A. Megolsanm I. B. Aarons, A. Fieldman, A. Saksonoff, D. G. Loewus, Ben Karon, B. Sher, F. Keil, H. Gordon.

1920-11-20 Duluth Working Girls I. Freimuth Silberstein - - 1920-11-20 Silk Stockings Apeal to Girls, Wage Board Told. Mr. I. Freimuth, B. Silberstein.

1921-05-08 Freimuth Dept Store - - 1921-5-8 Freimuth Department Store Is Celebrating Its 38th Anniversary. I. Freimuth. I. Freimuth,117 West Superior street, hard work, proud of institution.

1922-02-14 Freimuth Folk Attend Culb Banquet - - 1922-2-14 125 Freimuth Folk Attend Culb Banquet. Employes’ Benefit club, at the Chamber of Commerce. Officers elected Albert mark-president, Miss A. Rathman-VP, Miss H. Iverson-recording secretary, Miss Gladys Gerard-financial secretary, and Miss Mabel Renquist-treasurer. D. C. Freimuth, August Holmstrom-trustees. Program followed, Betty Letterman, Emily Olson, Clara Vinson, Esther Holmstron, Gladys Gerard.

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