Todays News and Views brings us back to 1943 – a favorite year of mine apparently. This particular issue’s front page story deals with the sinking of the Allouez No.3 shaft, also know as the Allouez-Douglass shaft. (check out the ruins of the mine today HERE) Interestingly the shaft was begun in the middle of winter, which seems a bit desperate to me. But I suppose the war doesn’t wait. Speaking of which, make sure to note the dig at the axis powers at the end of the article. In addition to the Allouez, the newsletter also touches on the construction of the Quincy Reclamation Plant’s dredge, which is now sunk in the middle of Torch Lake.
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