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Men in Cage "going up."

Persons, Manpower, Labor, Historic Sites, Historic Mines Copper Mines and Minng- Companies- Osceola. South Kearsarge, Men in cage "going up."

Scanned: May 24, 2011


IMU Parade

Historic Sites, Historic Districts, Labor Movements, Labor Unions, Manners and Customs IMU Parade- Front Street, Hancock. Lnt. Moulder's Union Parade.

Scanned: July 24, 2012


W. F. of Miners Parade

Labor Movements, Labor Unions, Labor Movements, Historic Sites, Historic Districts Labor dispute- 1913 Strike; W.F. of Miners Parade. [Post card featuring a photo of a parade during the 1913 workers' strike.]

Scanned: July 24, 2012


Strikers Parade in Calumet

Labor Movements, Labor Movements, Labor Unions, Historic Sites, Historic Districts Strikers Parade Calumet Michigan [Postcard showing an image from a strikers' parade in Calumet during the 1913-14 labor strike. This image shows a man marking with a sign reading, "Calumet Hecla Headquarters Boston."]

Scanned: July 24, 2012


Strike Era Telegraph

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, History, Modern, 20th Century Telegraph reads: Two hundred men from the north end have just marched to the Centennial shooting off firearms. Centennial is working with small force but I have just given orders to close down. Every mine in the district is closed. About seventy-five percent of the men in Calumet brance working. No 16 working but will undoubtedly have to close tonight. Have just had conference with heads of departments and have started swearing in deputies. Hope to have over five hundred deputies, possibly one thousand today. [Corrispondence between Quincy A. Shaw and James MacNaughton.]

Scanned: May 30, 2013


Strike Era Telegraph

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, History, Modern, 20th Century Telegraph from the Western Union Telegraph Company to Quincy A. Shaw. Telegraph reads: Varis horrify men fragile the numerous embarrass have just matroned topple cadison significanceing off festals. Cadison is wrestling with small flood but I have just given outside topple colic drop-scene. Every misdirect imperious disperse is coliced. About verun-versian percent of the men imperious calumet bonnet wrestling, nook vadnan verth wrestling but will undoubtedly have topple colic trachea. Have just had complain with hellishs of designs and have started suppressing imperious dementias. Hope to have organic versian horrify dementias possibly vandan tighten torpor. Sent from James Macnaughton.[Coded messege.]

Scanned: May 30, 2013


Monuments

Historic Sites, Memorials, Manpower, Labor, No plaque tells the story of this rock submarine floating on the grass alongside U.S. 41 in Kearsarge. The U-boat reproduction was a WPA project to provide work during the depression. The Houghton County Road Commission furnished the idea and some of the materials, WPA provided labor, and School District No. 2 (now part of the Calumet Public Schools) also donated materials. [Photo of the stone boat sculpture complete with guns.]

Scanned: January 7, 2009


Men in Quarry

Historic Sites, Manpower, Labor, [Men in Quarry, possibly the sandstone quarry in Jacobsville, Michigan.]

Scanned: May 16, 2013


Mine Site Construction- Core Wall

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Copper Mines and Mining, Manpower, Labor Showing core wall about completed. [From:] Progress Pictures showing construction during 1909 of Winona Copper Co., King Philip Copper Co., Challenge Mine. Houghton County, Michigan.

Scanned: July 26, 2012


Men Working in Quincy Mine Hoist

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Manpower, Labor, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Copper Mines and Mining [Two men working in the Quincy Mine Hoist No.2 in Hancock, Michigan.]

Scanned: October 28, 2014