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Hammond Historical Society

WWII veteran joins historians for program on Hammond tank production

WWII veteran joins historians for program on Hammond tank production

HAMMOND | A 96-year-old tank commander who drove an M4 Sherman tank in World War II attended the Saturday's meeting of the Hammond Historical Society with one question: “Was my Sherman tank one of those manufactured in my hometown of Hammond?”

April 16, 2015 12:00 am Photos

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WWII tanks will roll again for history program

WWII tanks will roll again for history program

HAMMOND | Bill Roth, the grandson of the Pullman-Standard Arsenal plant manager Raymond Fox, will be a special guest of the Hammond Historical Society at its 10 a.m. Saturday meeting at the downtown Hammond Library.

April 09, 2015 12:00 am Photos

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Historical cemetery walk introduces the living to the dead

Historical cemetery walk introduces the living to the dead

HAMMOND | The rows upon rows of tombstones at Oak Hill Cemetery tell the names of thousands of people who lived here over the last century and a half. But they do not tell their stories.

October 05, 2014 10:30 pm Photos

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Visitors tour Oak Hill Cemetery during the Hammond Historical Society's annual cemetery tour in Hammond, Ind. Sunday October 5, 2014. Stephanie Dowell, The Times

Visitors tour Oak Hill Cemetery during the Hammond Historical Society's annual cemetery tour in Hammond, Ind. Sunday October 5, 2014. Stephanie Dowell, The Times

Tony Arduino of Hammond portrays Tony Milas, his great-great uncle, as he talks about J. Russell and Arlouise Lammering at the Lammering’s gravestone at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Hammond on Sunday.

October 05, 2014 5:07 pm
Visitors tour Oak Hill Cemetery during the Hammond Historical Society's annual cemetery tour in Hammond, Ind. Sunday October 5, 2014. Stephanie Dowell, The Times

Visitors tour Oak Hill Cemetery during the Hammond Historical Society's annual cemetery tour in Hammond, Ind. Sunday October 5, 2014. Stephanie Dowell, The Times

Richard Lytle portrays Civil War Pvt. George Rider as he talks about the life of fellow Civil War soldier 1st Lt. George Sylvis at Sylvis’ gravestone at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Hammond on Sunday as the Hammond Historical Society held its 16th annual cemetery tour Sunday.

October 05, 2014 5:06 pm

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Hammond Historical Society to host annual dinner May 21

MUNSTER | Reservations must be made by Wednesday for the annual Hammond Historical Society dinner meeting May 21.

May 12, 2013 12:00 am
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