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1902-1964: Christmas wishes thru time

The Enquirer began publishing children’s letters to Santa Claus in 1902, but it didn’t last long. It restarted in the 1930s and became a tradition. Click any image to view it larger.

1889-1929: Cousins over 40 years

Recently, Paul Hollar came to the Bremen History Center with his wife Beth and mentioned having, as many people do, a box of old family photos. We arranged for Paul and Beth to bring them in so we could have… Continue Reading →

History Chat season kicks off with Teghtmeyer on Lincoln

Tom Teghtmeyer kicked off the 2016 History Chats on May 17 with an interesting talk on the life and presidency of Abraham Lincoln. It was a well-attended and appreciated discussion. Rest of the 2016 schedule: June 16 — Maria Mikel… Continue Reading →

History Chat: Tom Teghtmeyer on Abe Lincoln

Abraham_Lincoln The next history chat will feature Tom Teghtmeyer, discussing Abraham Lincoln, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at 10:30 a.m. Please enter by the old bank entrance at the corner of Plymouth and Center. Those who attend find the talks very interesting. Come and bring a friend and enjoy the morning.

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Class of 1956… back in 1947

Here is Miss Stukey’s homeroom class in 1947, most of whom would graduate as part of the class of 1956. Click on an image to display a gallery. The photo was taken at what is today the Bremen Elementary School… Continue Reading →

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