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May 27 in history

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May 27, 1953 - Mrs. A. McNaughton Antiquarian society head: Mrs. A.K. McNaughton is new governor of the Green Bay-De Pere Antiquarian Society. She and other officers were elected at the club's spring meeting held recently in the Cotton House with Mrs. Lee Gillespie, governor, presiding.

To serve with Mrs. McNaughton the ensuing year will be: Mrs. F.L. Cobb, vice-governor; Mrs. D.F. Gosin, secretary; Mrs. A.D. Faas, treasurer; Mrs. J.B. Gueinzius, purchasing chairman; Mrs. J.M. Conway, membership chairman; Mrs. A.E. Swanstrom, program chairman; Mrs. F.M. Burrall, social chairman, and the Mmes. L.G. Wood, E.F. Murphy, and L.W. Gillespie, members-at-large.

During the program portion of their recent meeting the Antiquarian society members heard Miss Katherine Byram, as guest speaker, in costume, tell of "Old Green Bay." She presented her program as the imaginary memoirs of Madame Jacques Porlier, as seen through her eyes when Green Bay was a French trading post.

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