Chronological List of Links to News Articles regarding the Summerfield Family
1887-8-12 N. D. Summerfield, Cloquet - - 1887 Cloquet, N. D. Summerfield, Bay View, col. 3
1888-1-7 Cloquet, B. J. & N. J. Summerfield - - 1888 Cloquet, B. J. Summerfield visiting brother N. J. Summerfield. Duluth stock will be increased.
1891-7-9 N. L. Summerfield - - 1891 Installation of Zenith City lodge, N. L. Summerfield, treasurer.
1892-4-10 N. L. Summerfield - - 1892 Many Will Build. The Discovery of Ore on the Mesaba Begins to Have its Salutary Effect. N. J. Summerfield, two story double brick building between nineteenth and Twentieth avenues west, $10,000.
1894-5-20 Isaac Summerfield assignment - - 1894 Isaac Summerfield, assignment.
1896-2-7 N. L. Summerfield, Commercial Club - - 1896 Commercial club. N. L. Summerfield, treasurer.
1896-2-16 W. M. Abrahamson charity - - 1896 Judeth Montefiore society, annual ball, Odd Fellows hall, Mesdames S. I. Levin, D. Van Baalen, W. M. Abrahamson, I. Abrahamson, I. Summerfield.
1896-2-16 I. Summerfield, Judeth Montefiori - - 1896 First annual ball of Judeth Montefiori society, I. Summerfield
1896-10-27 Hibbing, Isaac & Nathan Summerfield - - 1896 Isaac Summerfield Assigns of Hibbing, his business and merchandise to Nathan L. Summerfield. Bond $12,000.
1896-11-8 Isaac Summerfield - - 1896 The assignee of Isaac Summerfield has been authorized to sell the stock in gross.
1897-7-17 Summerfield son born - - 1897 Nathan L. Summerfield and Isaac Summerfield, The Model Store.
1897-7-24 Cloquet, Isaac Summerman, visit - - 1897 Cloquet, Isaac Summerfield of Duluth visited his brother and friends here yesterday.
1897-11-12 N. L. Summerfield photo text - - 1897 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Summerfield of 2227 West Third street.
1897-11-12 N. L. Summerfield photo text - - 1897 Central Duluth N. L. Summerfield, illustration of him, Clothing and Furnishing Goods. N. L. Summerfield at the corner of 19th ave. and W. Superior street, carries a large stock of clothing, gents’ furnishings, boots and shoes, and lumbermen’s supplies.
1898-7-21 Summerfield nurse wanted - - 1898 Little Nurse Girl Waned By Mrs. N. L. Summerfield. 2223 West Third street. 6th column.
1898-7-24 Nathan L. Summerfield - - 1898 During August, Mrs. Nathan L. Summerfield and her guest, Mrs. Lewis of Champaign, Ill. Will be at home on Wednesdays. 3rd col.
1898-7-28 Mr. and Mrs. Summerfield party - - 1898 Summer Evening Dancing Party. Lester park, dancing party given by Adolph Freimuth and M. Zunder in honor of Miss Schram of Milwaukee, Miss Hirschman of St. Paul, Miss Jacobs of New York and Mr. and Mrs. David Abels of St. Cloud, Minn. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sattler, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. R. Krojanker, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sattler, Mr. and Mrs. Summerfield, Mr. and Mrs. Will Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Levin, Mrs. Lewis of Champaign, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Faller, Miss Schram, Miss Hirschman, Miss Jacobs, Sophie Freimuth, Mayme Schwartz, Lillie Abrahamson, Rosa Reimuth, Moritz Abels of St. Cloud, Mr. Summerfield of St. Paul, Mr. Fischer of Chicago, Dan Gross of Chicago, Sam Loeb, Hugo Hirschman, Morris Freimuth. 3rd. col.
1899-3-18 Cloquet, B. J. Summerfield - - 1899 Cloquet: Is He A Forger? Gregory Greenier of Cloquet Is Arrested for That Crime. Mr. B. J. Summerfield.
1899-3-24 Cloquet, B. J. Summerfield, - - 1899 Cloquet: Would Not Prosecute, Cloquet Man Who Confessed to Forgery Is Released. Gregory Greenier, B. J. Summerfield would not testify further against man.
1900-1-14 Anna Krukinsky and Max Rogalsky wed - - 1900 The marriage of Miss Anna Krukinsky of Duluth and Mr. Max Rogalsky of Hibbing. Mrs. M. S. Cook, 1101 East Third street. Rabbi Jacob Elprin, Mamie Gittelson-Minneapolis, Mr. Isaac Summerfield of Cloquet, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Summerfield, Mr. and Mrs. I. Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mark, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Markowitz, Mr. and Mrs. S. Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. M. Shapiro, Miss Anna Cook, Miss Lillian Abrahamson, Miss Etta Cook, Miss Julia Glasner of Biwabik, Miss Mamie Mark, Etta Shapiro, B. J. Cook, Ben Katz, Moses Cook, Mr. M. J. Cook, Mr. L. Dick, Mr. Julius Cook, Mr. Z. T. Joseph and Mr. I. Isidore of Chicago.
1900-1-14 D. N. Summerfield - - 1900 Miss Anna Krukinsky of Duluth and Max Rogalsky of Hibbing, Mrs. M. S. Cook, No. 1101 East Third Street, D. N. Summerfield.
1904-2-15 B. J. and Alex Summerfield - - 1904 B. J. Summerfield, Ale Summerfield and H. J. Danielson of Cloquet, are guests at the Spalding.
1906-2-21 Cloquet, Alex Summerfield returned - - 1906 Alex Summerfield returned home during the week from a three weeks trip in the east, where he has been buying new spring goods.
1906-2-21 Cloquet, Isaac Summerfield, Chicago - - 1906 Isaac Summerfield left for Chicago.
1906-3-14 Cloquet, Fannie and Isaac Summerfield - - 1906 Cloquet: Grand opera in Duluth, Fannie Summerfield, I. Summerfield.
1907-8-25 B. J. Summerfield, Cloquet, building - - 1907 Cloquet: Work On Mammoth Store Is Begun At Cloquet. B. J. Summerfield corner of Arch street and Avenue C. , concrete blocks, Superior Pressed Stone and Building, two stories high, 60 x 100 feet, plate glass.
1907-9-5 Josephine Helene Sattler weds Lee Charles Idzal - - 1907 Of Interest To Women. Pretty Wedding At The Spalding. Josephine Helen Sattler of Duluth Becomes Bride of Minneapolis Man. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sattler, 213 Fifth avenue west, and Lee Charles Idzal-Minneapolis. Rev. Maurice Lefkowitz, 200 guests. Misses Rose Krojanker, Martha Padlasky-St. Paul, Clara Shapiro, Janet Idzal, Dorothy Loeb, Marie Sattler, Rose Freimuth, Edna Freimuth. Edward Helperin-St. Paul, David Freimuth, Morris Freimuth, Hugo Kohn, William Fanta. Miss Alice Segelson, Mrs. and Miss Kosing, Dave Abel, Miss Pauline Bernhelm, Ed Heltrin, Mrs. and Miss Rosenblatz, Mrs. Lewis Finkelstein, Miss Celia Finkelstein-St. Paul, Ike Summerfield-Cloquet, Mrs. S. B. Ables, Emmons Ables, Walter Idzal, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Idzal, Misses Ethel and Jane Idzal, Miss Albun-Minneapolis, Mrs. Marion Smith, Mrs. Eva Ables, Samuel Ables-Chicago. Home in Minneapolis.
1907-9-8 Josephine Satler and Lee Idzal wed - - 1907 (cropped to the article) Spalding hotel, Josephine Helen Sattler bride of Lee Charles Idzal of Minneapolis, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. J. b. Sattler, 213 Fifth avenue west. Rev. Maurice Lefkovitz, 200 guests, Ethel Idzal, Rose Krojanker, Martha Padlasky-St. Paul, Clara Shapiro, Janet Idzal, Dorothy Loeb, Marie Sattler, Rose Friemuth, Edna Freimuth. Edward Helperin-St. Paul, David Freimuth, Morris Freimuth, Hugo Kohn, William Fanta. Out of town guests: Alice Segelson, Mr. and Mrs. Kosing, Dave Abel, Pauline Bernheim, Ed Heltrin, Mrs. And Miss Rosenblatz, Mrs. Lewis Finkelstein, Miss Celia Finkelstein, all of St. Paul, Ike Summerfield of Cloquet, Mrs. S. B. Ables, Emmons Ables, Walter Idzal, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Idzal, Ethel and Jane Idzal, Miss Albun of Minneapolis, Mrs. Marion Smith, Mrs. Eva Ables and Samuel Ables of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Idzal home in Minneapolis.
1909-4-4 Clouquet, B. J. Summerfield, building - - 1909 Cloquet Sons Of Norway Initiated. Members are contemplating the purchase of B. J. Summerfield property on the corner of Tenth street and Cloquet avenue. Two-story concrete building.
1909-9-3 Cloquet, Wiliam Summerfield - - 1909 Cloquet Prepares For New Charger. Names of Commission Members Made Public and Work of Drafting Begins Soon. Alex Summerfield.
1909-11-7 Cloquet, Alex Summerfield lost election - - 1909 Cloquet Election Results. Alex Summerfield 229 votes for mayor.
1909-12-14 Cloquet, B. J. Summerfield Dry Goods - - 1909 Woman Arrested At Cloquet For Theft. B. J. Summerfield Dry Goods Co.
1910-3-13 Cloquet, B. J. Summerfield - - 1910 Cloquet: Jurors Summoned To Appear At Carlton. Petit jurors: B. J. Summerfield
1910-3-19 Cloquet, B. J. Summerfield, tenant - - 1910 Cloquet: City Attorney Moves. J. A. Fesenbeck moves offices to B. J. Summerfield block, rented suite of rooms.
1910-5-17 Ned Lewis Summerfield graduate - - 1910 Cloquet: Twelve Will Graduate From Cloquet School. Nelson opera house, Ned Lewis Summerfield.
1911-8-6 Vera Summerfield & D C Casmir - - 1911 (full page with two articles of interest - cropped below) Miss Vera Summerfield of St. Paul is visiting with Miss Goldine Krojanker, 1130 ½ East Third St. - AND - Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Casmir and children left last evening for a trip down the lakes to Detroit. Later they will visit in Chicago and the Twin Cities.
1911-8-6 Mr. Mrs D C Casmir and children - - 1911 (cropped) Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Casmir and children left last evening for a trip down the lakes to Detroit. Later they will visit in Chicago and the Twin Cities.
1911-8-6 Vera Summerfield visiting - - 1911 (cropped) Miss Vera Summerfield of St. Paul is visiting with Miss Goldine Krojanker, 1130 ½ East Third St.
1911-10-24 Cloquet, Alex Summerfield, creamery - - 1911 Cloquet: Effort To Establish Creamery At Cloquet. Alex Summerfield.
1912-6-9 B. J. and Alex Summerfield, sale of building - - 1912 Realty Outlook Is Promising. Local and Outside Investment Demand is Now Featuring In Market. Industrial Situation Wins Appreciation. Hillside Residents Hopeful Of Street Railway Extension to Boulevard Coming Soon. Around the Offices. B. J. & Ale Summerfield of Cloquet, the price named being $28,000. Stryker, Manley 7 Buck represented the sellers and P. George Hanson & Sons, the purchasers. Note: An interesting article regarding the continued growth of Duluth in 1912 because of the activity in the ports.
1912-6-12 B. G. Summerfield obit - - 1912 Summerfield, B. G. aged 58 years. Cloquet, Minn. June 12, obit.
1915-6-26 Cloquet, William Summerfield, - - 1915 Carlton, Minn.: William Summerfield, who has been attending the University of Minnesota is home for the summer vacation.
1916-2-5 Cloquet, Mrs. B. J. Summerfield, charity - - 1916 Who’s Who In Cloquet; What They Are Doing. The Women’s Charitable organization will hold its next regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. B. J. Summerfield next Monday.
1916-7-1 Cloquet, B J Summerfield & son Leonard returned - - 1916 Mrs. B. J. Summerfield and her son Leonard returned from Centerville, Iowa, where they visited with Mrs. M. Chapman for the last three weeks. (daughter of Mrs. B. J. Summerfield)
1916-7-1 Cloquet, Stella and Gertrude Summerfield - - 1916 Stella and Gertrude Summerfield entertained a few of their friends at a party last night in honor of Miss Margarite McLean.
1916-7-1 Cloquet, William Summerfield injured - - 1916 William Summerfield was slightly injured last night when an automobile run over his right foot.
1916-10-10 Chapman Summerfield - - 1916 Who’s Who At Cloquet. Mrs. M. E. Chapman and son Bernard, returned today to their home at Centerville, Iowa, after an extended visit with Mrs. Chapman’s mother, Mrs. B. J. Summerfield.
1917-1-4 Cloquet, Gertrude and Stella Summerfield - - 1917 Who’s Who At Cloquet: Miss Gertrude Summerfield and Miss Stella Summerfield returned today to Downer college, Milwaukee, after a visit of several days with their mother, Mrs. Mary Summerfield.
1917-10-2 Cloquet, Alex and B. J. Summerfield - - 1917 Merchants of Cloquet Agree To Early Closing. Alex Summerfield The B. J. Summerfield store. Hardware company, Markowitz Bros ?.
1917-10-6 Cloquet, William Summerfield, draft - - 1917 Cloquet’s Quota Will Be Ready To Answer Call. Drafted Men Are Certified to Make Up Second Army Contingent. William Summerfield.
1918-2-1 Louis Summerfield - - 1918 Washburn, Wis.: Bayfield County Sends 13 To War In Class One. Louis Summerfield.
1918-5-22 Stella and Leonard Summerfield, Red Cross - - 1918 Red Cross Drive Gains Keen Support From Young Folk. Cloquet and Chisholm People Entertained by Efforts of Sons and Daughter at Successful Benefit. Stella Summerfield. Leonard Summerfield.
1918-9-16 Cloquet, Alex Summerfield, telegram - - 1918 Telegrams, Western Union telegrams for fire refugees. Alex Summerfield.
1919-5-26 William Summerfield, N.Y. visit - - 1919 Seven Duluth Veterans In New York, See The Sights. Minnesota state desk in the Hall of States of the New York War Camp Community, William Summerfield. Hall of States is known as the “Hospitality Center in New York., home folks.
1919-9-14 Louis Summerfield visits mother - - 1919 Louis Summerfield who recently received his honorable discharge from the army is visiting his mother Mrs. C. Summerfield. Since leaving the army he has been working on a farm with his brother in the west.
1919-10-24 Mrs. Jennie Summerfield obit - - 1919 Former Duluth Woman Dead At International Falls. Mrs. Jennie Summerfield, age 90, daughter Mrs. Sam Barnard, 693 West Second street, daughters: Mrs. Sam Barnard, Mrs. M. Markowitz, Mrs. M. Shapiro-International Falls, sons: Aleck (Alex?), I. Summerfield, both of St. Paul.
1919-11-9 William Summerfield, American Legion - - 1919 200 Duluthians And Band to Go To Legion Meeting. St. Louis County Will Open Headquarters at Minneapolis; Convention Open Tomorrow. American Legion. Jesse Cohen, William Summerfield, J. Finkelstein, P. E. Samuels. Mrs. Mary Summerfield, East Fifth street, has as her guests hr daughter, Mrs. M. E. Chapman of Centerville, Iowa, and her grandson, Bernard Chapman.
1919-11-13 M. E. Chapman & Mary Summerfield - - 1919 Mrs. Mary Summerfield, East Fifth street, has as her guests her daughter, Mrs. M. E. Chapman of Centerville, Iowa, and her grandson, Bernard Chapman.
1920-1-12 Brainerd, Isaac Summerfield - - 1920 Brainerd: Babcock roads Amendment Approved By Highway Society. Trail marking of northern division Mississippi River Scenic highway. R. Wise of Brainerd elected president to succeed Isaac Summerfield-St. Paul.
1921-5-26 Gertrude Summerfield, Virginia - - 1921 Miss Gertrude Summerfield of East Fifth street left early in the week for Virginia where she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodman for ten days.
1921-11-15 Stella Summerfield - - 1921 ‘Sallys’ Dig In Wait Zero Hour For Money Drive. Women Form Auxiliary to Aid City Campaign for $10,000 Maintenance Fund. Salvation army. Miss Stella Summerfield.
1922-4-2 Mary Summerfield - - 1922 W.C.T.U. Mrs. Mary Summerfield, 1912 East Fifth street.
1922-12-7 Council of Jewish Women, I. W. Averbook - - 1922 Council of Jewish Women. H. Y. Josephs, S. M. Polans, Harry Altman, M. G. Altman, B. N. Davidson, S. B. Copilowish, Charles Finkelstein, J. A. Kohn, Charles Levant, M. D. Nides, I. Oreck, D. Pollock, M. Rose, A. Lurye, A. H. Polinsky, William Silvian, Ida Karsner, Ida Finn, S. Altman, H. A. Shark, I. W. Averbook, Bennett I. Garon, Julius Garon, Ben Goldish, S. Ginsberg, B. Karsner, Kleckner, Henry Lavick, Benjamin London, D. A. Miller, Mohelson, A. Oreck, Sam Sanders, B. Sher, H. Silk, Harry Summerfield, J. Weinberg, M. Wetzler, Esther Abrahamson, A. Garon, J. E. Coil, Ralph Cohen., M. D. Nides, William Silvian, Louis Zalk, Mae Klein,Mayme Weinberg, Shark, Labovitz, Levine, C. P. Meyers, Sam Bailer, Ralph Cohen, B. J. Cook, R Mann, Esther Abrahamson, Mae Klein, Lillian Karon, Charles Oreckowsky, A. Oreckowsky, Artur Marks, Q. Kleckner, M. Silk, M. Cook, C. D. Jacobs, Rene Freimuth, J. E. Call, S. J. Sher, Joseph Oreckowsky, A. N. Polinsky, H. A. Shark, Joseph Stieman, A. Davidson, Jacob Abram, Morris Altman, J. Lieberman, J. Garon, R. Mann, Lou Kanter, M.Greenblat, Lyle Oreck, Joseph Bosner, William Oxman, S. Bennett. Rabbi Luchs, Harry Davis, Irene Levine, Mondschein.