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Daily Archives: November 20, 2009
This November 1984 advertisement praised Minnesota’s new warming spell, "One that should help businesses improve their financial forecasts." Not what we mean by "climate change" today.
Mrs. William Pearson, 48, and her two sons, David and Darrell were killed in a car crash involving a Chicago & North Western railroad passenger train, in November 1959. They were on their way to church at Tracy. Awful. Just … Continue reading
This beautiful Hanson Funeral Home (phone 2-2101) advertisement from November 1944 ties World War II to Thanksgiving–not to its own services. "Thanksgiving Day is an American tradition; one of our oldest, one of our finest. Wherever they are throughout the … Continue reading