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The 1942 edition of The Miner includes a class history, student listings with ambitions, pet peeves, and school involvement. Students are only pictured in class photographs, no individuals. In these yearbooks, pages with photographs were glossy and printed on heavier paper while text pages were typed and copied (again, perhaps in an effort to save on time and cost). A class prophecy flashes forward to 1967, imagining what students are up to and what...
The 1940 edition of The Miner is a bit different than other years: it is considerably shorter and does not feature other classes outside of high school and junior high. Clubs like the Home Demonstration clubs (very popular at the time), class play, newspaper, and sports rivalries are all mentioned. Many pages of advertisements feature businesses from Red Cliff to Leadville, varying from clothing stores, groceries, hotels, and cafes. Each student's...