Saw, Miter-box

1976.1372.1

Title
Scrapbook Related to St. Francis Mobile Meal Service/Shakopee Mobile Meals
Creation Date
1900 – 1940
1975 – 2015
Materials

Dimensions

15.240 cm. H x 1.905 cm. W x 68.580 cm. L Item (Overall)

15.240 cm. H x 1.905 cm. W x 68.580 cm. L x 29" H x 40" W

Description
Saw for a Langdon Mitre Box. It was used by Albert Wollan and made in Massachusetts. The box is missing. The blade measures 22 x 4.5". A piece of the handle has broken off and been glued back on.
Blueprints, by Cerny Associates, Additions and Alterations. Mound Senior High School. Existing Second Floor Plan. Black print on cream paper. Sheet #RA-14. Torn edges. Dated 1964.
Scrapbook documenting St. Francis/Shakopee Mobile Meals. St. Francis Mobile Meal Service was founded in 1975. It was administered by hospital staff and volunteers from local churches with meals being prepared at St. Francis. The program served Shakopee, Savage, Prior Lake, a small portion of Burnsville, Jordan and Belle Plaine. The organization ended its partnership with St. Francis in 2008 and was renamed Shakopee Mobile Meals. Its food preparation site moved from the hospital to Dangerfield's Restaurant in Shakopee. Shakopee Mobile Meals ended its delivery service in December 2015 because it was unable to meet federal administrative guidelines. It was taken over by the CAP Agency in January 2016 and became known as CAP Agency Home Delivered Service. The scrapbook is a white plastic three-ring binder containing clear plastic sheet protectors. A piece of paper is placed between the plastic front cover and its clear plastic protector. Printed in black on the paper is "The History of St. Francis Mobile Meals started in 1975". The scrapbook contains a description of the organization, newspaper clippings, brochures, correspondence, programs, and photographs documenting the organization from its founding in 1975 through its dissolution in December 2015. Perry, Cindy Cook, Mary Griffith, Delores Harcey, Donna O'Brien, Ginger Hergott, Don Hergott, Georgette Widmer, Mary Schultz, Elizabeth Otto, Anna Notermann, Lillian Kopiska, Lil Reiner, MaryLee Morke, Delores Sortum, Nancy Basyr, Janice Lipker, Ruth Pink, Harriet Menden, Betty Eckart, Cathy Cook, Mary Lenzmeier, Rose Schwingler, LaVerna Teich, Marlys Gronfor, Esther Lebens, Eleanor Whitmore, Phyllis Fahler, Karen Gade, Lew Anderson, Winnie Carlson, Jame Fahler, Karen Ries, Marilyn Otting, Sister Agnes Khwice, Gus

Related People and Organizations
Lundgren, Mrs. John
Wollan, Albert

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