from The Harrodsburg Herald, Mercer County, Kentucky
Friday, February 17, 1911
Mrs. Ethel Clemons Bunton, wife of William N. Bunton, and only child of G. 251 more words
BROCKTON (CBS) – It was no Halloween hoax.
Some grave robbers actually went to the Union Cemetery in Brockton and stole the heavy brass doors off five mausoleums Wednesday night. 229 more words
His full name was about as long and storied as his career: Philippe Regis Denis de Keredern de Trobriand. He was a Baron, a novelist, a painter, a gardener, a member of the Garde Lafayette (Fifty-fifth New York), a hero of Gettysburg, and summertime resident of Bayport. 98 more words
I first moved to Calgary when the city was little more than one hundred years old. Coming from a country where a ‘new’ bridge built to replace an ‘old’ one could still be 500 years old, it didn’t seem to me that a place like Calgary could have much history. 471 more words
Hello All! I am Kesia Kvill, one of the Museum’s summer students. I am finishing off my BA Hon. in History this summer as a Co-op Student at The Firefighters Museum of Calgary. 302 more words