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Calumet and Hecla Safety Sign

Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Copper Mines and Mining, Manners and Customs, Miners, Copper Miners Calumet & Hecla and Subsidiaries Safety Firse information board. [Image shows a sign that provides information on Calumet and Hecla's safety regulations.]

Scanned: June 13, 2013


Red Jacket Shaft location, with Calumet in the background

Seasons, Winter, Manners and Customs, Recreation, Sports, Winter Sports, Skis and Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining Red Jacket Shaft location, with Calumet in the background [Two men on cross country skis standing in front of industrial buildings with town skyline in background.]

Scanned: March 7, 2006


C&H Foundry, 2 men with patterns

Foundries, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress C&H Foundry, 2 men with patterns [An interior view of the C&H foundry - patternmaking shop. Two patternmakers appear with a large, wooden pattern.]

Scanned: November 7, 2005


Pension Letter - Calumet & Hecla Mining Company

Manners and Customs, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, [Approved application for pension for John Allen #4082, a sprinkler in Calumet Branch. He was 68 years of age and worked for company for about 34 years. Note at bottom of pages says he was on aid since October 9 for cancer of stomach.]

Scanned: October 5, 2010


Telephone Thank You Letter

Manners and Customs, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, [Thank you letter to James MacNaughton, General Manager of the C & H Mining Co. "The telephone came to us as a Xmas gift and we know it is only thro your kindness that it was placed into our house. We appreciate it very much and feel deeply indebted to you.' from John Stubenz and daughter Katherine.]

Scanned: October 5, 2010


Anonymous Threat Letter

Manners and Customs, Labor Movements, Miners, Copper Miners Anonymous note to Mr. MacNaughton at time of strike.["Mr. MacNaughton - your day has come - you are running 50,000 persons but I only will run you - Dye you MUST today, tomorrow or next year. This [picture of a knife] is your death. [signed a Christian. Death threat letter put together with words cut out from other sources and glued to a piece of paper.]

Scanned: October 6, 2010


Mining Strike

Manners and Customs, Labor Movements, Miners, Copper Miners Strikers parade going west on Red Jacket Road. [Marchers in the parade include men, women and children. Some carry American flags, some carry musical instruments.]

Scanned: October 28, 2009


C & H Semi-Centennial Celebration

Manners and Customs, Festivals, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Persons [Miners line up to receive medals for years of service to the mining company.]

Scanned: November 3, 2009


C & H Semi-Centennial Celebration

Manners and Customs, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Persons Presenting medals. [Several people, some with bicycles, gather to observe the presentation.]

Scanned: November 3, 2009


Apron Dumping

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Buildings, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress Calumet # 16 Osceola Lode, A man oversees Apron Dumping in the rockhouse.

Scanned: October 26, 2007