In 1936, a WPA crew member turned over a shovel of dirt to reveal…snow. A four-foot deep, 10-foot long bank of the white stuff. Two Rivers is no stranger to snow, of course. But in July?
It was a gale of November in 1912 that claimed the Rouse Simmons and her crew. The ship would lie undiscovered for almost six decades.
Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum’s 12th annual Wayzgoose will be a different experience this year as lovers of type and letterpress come together from all over the country and world virtually rather than in person Nov. 5-8.
Today in a small Wisconsin city, the United States and Czech flags fly side by side; it’s Liberation Day in Domazlice.
May 1945: Lt. Col. Matt Konop’s fluency in Czech gets him a dangerous assignment: command the advance party of the 2nd Infantry Division’s liberation of southern Czechoslovakia.