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Genealogical society accepts Rigoni-Malmberg photo book

 

November 7, 2017

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GARY HARRINGTON and Margaret Livingston, of the Gogebic Range Genealogical Society, in the background, accept a photo book about Ironwood's past from Ironwood native Diane Rigoni Oliphant.

By RALPH ANSAMI

ransami@yourdailyglobe.co

IRONWOOD - A five-year project has preserved a great deal of Ironwood history for the Gogebic Range Genealogical Society.

A family book of photos and stories featuring Ironwood's Rigoni and Malmberg families has been donated to the society and is available to be viewed at the Ironwood Depot Museum.

Over the past several years, Diane Rigoni Oliphant has battled ALS, a debilitating disease. She currently resides in a Mellen Wis., care facility, while her husband, Stan, continues to live on Margaret Street in Ironwood.

Stan Oliphant reached out to Gar...



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