- October 1, 1881 Racine Advocate
When I saw this copy of a Racine Advocate newspaper online at Ebay, I couldn’t believe my luck, and I couldn’t wait to get it so I could scan it and share it with you. I particularly like the social announcements about who had a party at their house and who has visitors from out of town.
- 1883 Tornado: Terrible Devastation at Racine, Wis.
- Bachelors, Belles, Tendered a Most Brilliant Reception and Ball The Racine Daily Journal, Wednesday, January 2, 1895. An account of a fancy dress ball at the original Hotel Racine in downtown Racine, Wisconsin.
- E. W. Leach Tells About Pioneer Days Racine Journal-News, April 7, 1931. Racine Man, Authority On History of County, Speaker at Meeting of Burlington Historical Society.
- Diplomat, Author, Vitamin Co-Discoverer Have Occupied ‘The House on the Hill’ The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin, October 7, 1956. A history of the house at 73 Eighth Street, Racine, Wisconsin.
- Orpheum Opening Grand Success; Society Patrons of New Theatre; First Bill Presages Future Treats April 30, 1912; Racine Journal-News