Napoleon man has huge collection of Stars and Stripes newspaper published during WWII
Napoleon man has huge collection of newspapers from WWII era
By JACK PALMER
The house belonged to Virgil Hemmelskamp, who was a teacher at the Milton Center School," said Wulff, of rural Napoleon, who retired from Campbell Soup Co. in 1995 after 34 years of service. "Virgil really never mentioned the newspapers, but he left them in the attic."
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