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<b>Remember This?</b> 'Strictly a men's club'

Remember This? 'Strictly a men's club'

The history of Sault Ste. Marie's first private men's club
<b>Remember This?</b> That time the president of Local 2251 was banned by the FBI

Remember This? That time the president of Local 2251 was banned by the FBI

John Ferris was a labour leader, alderman, author and, once labelled a 'Bolshevik'
<b>Remember This?</b> The Housewives of Sault Ste. Marie, and their famous cookbook

Remember This? The Housewives of Sault Ste. Marie, and their famous cookbook

'It is not a haphazard collection gathered at random, but has been made from the choicest bits of the best experience of the members of St. Luke’s Woman’s Auxiliary and their friends'
<b>Remember This?</b> When horses helped fight fires

Remember This? When horses helped fight fires

Especially in the winter months, when the roads weren't always plowed
<b>Remember This?</b> The life and extreme wealth of Sir James Dunn

Remember This? The life and extreme wealth of Sir James Dunn

In 1951, Maclean's Magazine declared that 'No Canadian lives more lavishly'
<b>Remember This?</b> From farmer to cabinet minister

Remember This? From farmer to cabinet minister

James Lyons left his mark on Sault Ste. Marie through his businesses and his political accomplishments
<b>Remember This? </b> The Royal Hotel

Remember This? The Royal Hotel

Originally it was called the Grand Central Hotel because of its location. It would later house a restaurant known as the best in town
<b>Remember This?</b> The seldom told tale of Harold Tolley

Remember This? The seldom told tale of Harold Tolley

He ran the city's welfare office through the Great Depression, served as city clerk for many years and was a tireless volunteer. He was also really good at tennis
<b>Remember This? </b>The Carneys

Remember This? The Carneys

Three generations served as Sheriff
<b>Remember This? </b> The many jobs of R.M. Moore

Remember This? The many jobs of R.M. Moore

From tax collector to justice of the peace, to fill-in editor of the local newspaper, the Korah Township native did it all