Mining Collection: Copper Crew 1911

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Title

Mining Collection: Copper Crew 1911

Subject

Mining-Washington-Stevens; Mine buildings-Washington-Stevens; Mining camps-Washington-Stevens; Washington-Chewelah; Horse-Washington-Stevens;

Original Description

Accession #1965-300.0366. Mining Collection. Copper Crew 1911 Translation: Postal cancellation from Chesaw, Washington April 26, 1913. Translation: To Wilh. Nilles Chewelah, Wash Worthy family! We're all in good health, hope you are too. At first the weather was beautiful during the day, now it's always cloudy. Nights are cold. I've heard that you're working for Albert now. You work half of the summer, then have the winter off. Did you receive the Waisenfreund"

Creator

we didn't. We like that. But

Publisher

one always has to remember Chewelah. That thing with the saloons was (sure) strange. P. and wife send their best greetings. Note: For reference

Date

Der Waisenfreund was a piece of Franciscan inspirational literature which went through almost 50 editions during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It was written by an immigrant priest named Joseph Jessing. It was sold by subscription

Contributor

in the US as well

Rights

with all proceeds going through the Catholic Church to support an orphanage. "

Identifier

http://crossroadsarchive.net/upload/scpa00100575002.JPG

Coverage

1911

Still Image Item Type Metadata

People

Chewelah Museum

Files

http://crossroadsarchive.net/upload/scpa00100575002.JPG

Collection

Citation

we didn't. We like that. But, “Mining Collection: Copper Crew 1911,” Crossroads Archive, accessed January 23, 2022, https://crossroadsarchive.net/items/show/9408.

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