First Sod Of The Big Paper Mill Was Turned On Victoria Day

May 30, 1912

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Paper and Saw Mill Employees on Strike

May 15, 1919

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Paper Controller R.A. Pringle Resigns

January 22, 1920

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Giant Industries Employing Thousands of Men with Payroll of nearly $2,000,000

1925

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Fort Frances. Where Manufacturing of Lumber, Paper, Machinery Produces Wealth

December 10, 1925

Fort Frances Times and Rainy Lake Herald

Hydro-Electric Development and the Expansion of Pulp and Paper Manufacturing

July 28, 1927

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Backus States Refunding to be Made Soon

March 5, 1931

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New Receivers Appointed for Paper Company

December 3, 1931

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Both Shevlin-Clarke Mills to Open Soon

March 1, 1934

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Shevlin-Clarke Probably Finished Here

October 24, 1940

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M & O Company Completes Reorganization

March 6, 1941

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Reorganization of Local Paper Mill is Announced

May 1, 1941

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Shevlin-Clarke Co. Ltd. Ends 32 Years of Lumbering Operations in Fort Frances

April 23, 1942

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Complete Modernization Of Three Paper Machines

July 15, 1954

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Add Woodroom, Wood Handling Facilities in 1952

July 15, 1954

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Why Fort Frances? Much Study Preceded Actual Construction

November 24, 1971

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Excellent quality bleached pulp being produced

November 24, 1971

Fort Frances Times and Rainy Lake Herald

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1997

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