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The Kashubes’ Polka Picnic

The annual picnic celebrates the 73 years (until 1943) that these Polish ancestors lived on Jones Island.

By - Aug 6th, 2013 03:29 pm
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The annual picnic celebrates the 73 years (until 1943) that these Polish ancestors lived on Jones Island. Back to the full article.

Linda Schweitzer-Gatton is tremendously proud of her Dad and grandmother, who was Milwaukee's first postmaster by caring for the Jones Island post office.

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Linda Schweitzer-Gatton is tremendously proud of her Dad and grandmother, who was Milwaukee's first postmaster by caring for the Jones Island post office. Photo taken August 3rd, 2013 by Brian Jacobson.

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