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Baraboo's 21 Survivors of Tuscania Sinking

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ARTICLE DETAILS
Headline:Baraboo's 21 Survivors of Tuscania Sinking>
Main Heading:Wars
Sub Heading:WW1
Article Date:1935-2-05
Newspaper:Baraboo News Republic
City:Baraboo
County:Sauk
State:WI
NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE
Braun, Clarence
Obrien, John
Brody, Russell
Kellog, Charles
Cahoon, Horace
Veerhusen, Earl
Steckenbauer, Herbert
Powell, Earl
Stewart, Paul L.
Duncan, Donald
Herfort, Randall
Coughlin, Edward
Hattle, George
Bray, James F.
Caflisch, Vernon
Mahler, Richard
Kier, Wayland
Bates, Otto F.
Bender, Arthur
Arndt, Otto
Sanderson, Ralph
RECORD LOCATION
Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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