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The 1955 Bulldog includes panoramic photos of Red Cliff, the Arch Bridge, and the town itself. A lengthy senior section includes class prophecy, last will and testament, and a history of the senior class. Like most other Bulldog yearbooks, all grades 1st-12th are included. Several autograph pages are included with Red Cliff town business advertisements. "The Nugget", a school newsletter, is featured and EVLD does have some copies of this in our holdings....
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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...
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This 1946 edition of the Miner has been lucky enough to stand the test of time. Some pages have been cut or removed altogether, though it is impossible to know to what extent. The yearbook features photographs and information about the school, events, programs, faculty, staff, and students. Individual photographs are featured with student involvement. A lengthy class prophecy and class will are in the senior section as well, including a detailed chart...
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In 1949, Red Cliff Union High School yearbook name has been changed to "The Bulldog". Despite the name change, local mines and mining are more involved than ever. This yearbook similarly features upper classmen and their accomplishments, sports, and clubs. Elementary and junior high classes, 3rd grade through 8th grade, are also listed in their entirety. A lengthy advertisement section-- featuring several grocery stores, liquor stores, service stations...
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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...
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The 1947 edition of The Miner begins with a photograph of the iconic Mount of the Holy Cross and features many other photographs of Red Cliff throughout. Administration, faculty, and the school board are featured. Many school board members and faculty were also employed by important local businesses, such as Fleming Lumber Company and Empire Zinc. The influence of the nearby mines is present in every edition of The Miner, and not just in name. Many...