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Jean Hadden

Stories by Jean

Found dead in a barn | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – February, 1915

Historic artifact recovered | Turning Back the Pages

Fifty Years Ago – February, 1965

Vaccination dilemma | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – February, 1915

Albert Emerson’s vision takes shape | Turning Back the Pages

Fifty Years Ago – February, 1965

Popular man and his little dog gone | Turning Back the Pages

Fifty Years Ago – January, 1965

Delila Walter, the best of both worlds | Turning Back the Pages

Fifty Years Ago – January, 1965

Popular target for thieves | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – January, 1915

Tom O’Connor lucks out | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago - January, 1915

Palatial area home changes hands | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – January, 1915

Cold winter days, colder nights | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – December, 1914

Richards Library a smoldering ruin | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – December, 1914, January, 1915

Trains collide, severe injures suffered | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – December, 1914

Destitute family suffers | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – December, 1914

Looking backward with trepidation | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – November 1914

Historic home burned | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – November, 1914

Republicans win landslide in election | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – November, 1914

Story of an inhuman wretch | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – November, 1914

A terrible mistake | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – October, 1914

Lost in the Minerva woods | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – October, 1914

Tragedy on Panther Mountain | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – October, 1914

County Home Inmate Drowned | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – October, 1914

Bad guys fess up | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – September, 1914

Baby girl killed by train | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – September, 1914

Making easy money | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – September, 1914

Two youngsters drown, village mourns | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – September, 1914

Famous boat out of commission | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – August, 1914

Two tons of solid protection | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – August, 1914

Car skids, hits pole, three die | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – August, 1914

Indian relics unearthed | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – August, 1914

War raises its ugly head | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – August, 1914

Severe electrical storm | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – July, 1914

Boy survives accident, dies from treatment | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – July, 1914

No work here for the Pied Piper | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – July, 1914

Escape by suicide | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – June, 1914

Emerson causes indignation | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – June, 1914

Rum, rousing and revelry | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago June, 1914

Foot arouses suspicion of murder | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago - June, 1914

Historic building in flames | Turning Back the Pages

Aiden Lair Lodge, Michael F. Cronin’s famous resort for sportsmen, located near Hewitt Lake, midway between Minerva and Newcomb, was destroyed by fire Saturday afternoon, May 16, 1914.

Bull is still out of the pen | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago May, 1914

Lumberjack held for murder | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago May, 1914

Town board publishes book | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – April, 1914

Senator Emerson’s bill funds fish hatchery | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — April 1914•

Sagamore Hotel destroyed by fire | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — April 1914•

Grain burglars apprehended at last | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — Feb. 1914•

Immodest lady sent home | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — March 1914•

World famous explorer murdered | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — March 1914•

Mac Smith’s misfortune | Turning Back the Pages

Undersheriff Mac R. Smith, woke Saturday morning, March 14, 1914, from a night of sound and undisturbed sleep at his home in Lake George,and was horrified to find that he was totally blind in his left eye.

Violent canine crime | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — March 1914•

Soldier’s widow granted military pension | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — February - March 1914•

Mighty blizzard blankets Northeast | Turning Back the Pages

A snow storm which in widespread severity rivaled the big blizzard of March 12 and 13, 1888 began at 10 p.m. Feb. 12, 1914 and continued until 4:30 p.m. Feb. 13.

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