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Red Jacket Shaft

Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress, Peace Officers, Red Jacket Shaft National Gaurd, Calumet [The National Gaurd in place for the 1913-1914 strike (Michigan Tech Centennial Page 62)]

Scanned: February 28, 2008


Salvation Army Officers

Peace Officers, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress, These are the officers of the Red Jacket Corps of The Salvation Army. Richard Hair Nelson helped build the Corps which opened in 1891 and was treasurer for 20 years. Richard Hair Nelson is pictured in far right. On the far left is John Gerrins who served in a position known as "Corps Sergeant Major". Circa 1912. [A group of men and women pose for a photo in Salvation Army uniforms.]

Scanned: January 31, 2008


Parades

Persons, Manners and Customs, Peace Officers, Police Teachers in card shark costumes, teachers with mustachios, a la handlebar and ghostlike teachers in white all promenaded to lend enthusiasm and zest to the Hancock School System lower grades Halloween parade down Quincy St. Friday afternoon. Who says the law enforcement boys don't like legitimate and entertaining Halloween displays? Not Chief Fred Paulson, left, and Sgt. Joseph Karry. Here they are holding a bewitching prankster Linda Nolan just before the parade got off in the direction of Quincy and Reservation. The two lawmen experienced no trouble with the 175 charges they had to supervise. The long march was orderly despite its noisy aspects. [The two policemen hold a little girl dressed in costume.]

Scanned: December 4, 2007