New Holstein school in 1904
Calumet County, Wisconsin Genealogy & History

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New Holstein school in 1904. Mariele Boockmeier is labeled and circled in the back row. She would have been about 12. The teacher is M. Joyce.

Class Photo Contributed by: Laini Giles

Additional Information below was contributed by: Janell Keuler

This school was across the road from the Woelfel farm. I was told that the kids whose parents worked at the Lime Kiln less than a mile away went to this school.
This is a predominantly Catholic area and most of the other kids would have gone to St. Martin's Catholic School in Charlestown.
It says New Holstein, because it is on a Rural New Holstein Postal Route.

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