INDEX OF MISCELLANEOUS NEWSPAPER ITEMS
Click HERE to view various articles concerning the migration of hundreds of St. Francois
County residents to Michigan which occurred in and around 1919.
Judges of Election 1906, Bonne Terre Register, Aug. 24, 1906
Gold Ring With Quite A History Owned By Lady, Desloge Sun, Sept. 5, 1919
Biographical Items From Bonne Terre Star Dated 1897, Star News-Register, June 2, 1939
Old Desloge Newspaper Dated 1897 Found, St. Francois County Journal, July 2, 1940
Recording Final History - Volunteers Spend Year Recording & Preserving Obituaries (1996)
Piece of County History (Old Homestead Cabin) Taken Down, Daily Journal, Feb. 17, 2003
Index of Obituaries from the Iron Mountain Echo Newspaper,
Index #1 - January 2, 2002 through February 5, 2003
COLLECTION OF ARTICLES CONTRIBUTED BY WANDA COLE
The following collection of newspaper articles was contributed by Wanda Cole. Some of these articles were originally published in the Desloge Sun newspaper and were later reprinted in the Lead Belt News in a "reminiscent" issue.
This article deals with a dreadful train wreck which occurred in 1922 at Sulphur Springs in which 34 people were killed and 150 injured.
This collection includes a series of misc. articles, some of which were originally published in 1922 in the Desloge Sun. Also included in this collection is an article concerning the Farmington Trolley making its last run which was published in the Lead Belt News on Nov. 14, 1947, an article about the Crawley Branch Railroad Track being removed, and an article concerning a Cole family reunion.
This collection includes article originally published in Desloge Sun newspaper in April of 1922 concerning great damage done by storm which struck the local area.
This is Section "D" of the "Victory In Europe" edition of the Lead Belt News published May 18, 1945, which listed various local men who served in World War II.
This is Section A of the "Victory in Europe" edition of the Lead Belt News published May 18, 1945, which pays tribute to the various local men who lost their lives during World War II. Also included in this collection are various articles about life here at home during the War and some misc. articles about other area men who served.
If you have any articles you can contribute to this page, please e-mail a scan of the article to us by clicking HERE and attaching the scan to the email. Be sure to include the name and date of publication, if available. Thank you!
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