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    • Eye Opener Volume 1

    • 1932-1934
    • Butte (Mont.) -- Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers from 1932 to June of 1934.
    • Eye Opener Volume 2

    • 1934-1935
    • Butte (Mont.)--Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers June of 1934 to March of 1935.
    • Eye Opener Volume 4

    • 1935
    • Butte (Mont.)--Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers March through December of 1935.
    • Political and Public Outreach

    • 1936
    • Public Outreach
    • Mayor Charles Hauswirth, Powder River Jack, and Upton Sinclair at the Legion Rodeo in 1936.
    • Eye Opener Volume 5

    • 1936-1937
    • Butte (Mont.)--Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers January of 1936 to January of 1937.
    • Eye Opener Volume 6

    • 1937
    • Butte (Mont.)--Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers January through December of 1937.
    • Political and Public Outreach

    • 1937
    • Public Outreach
    • Banquet event for the Hauswirth for Mayor Club, March 20, 1937. Hauswirth is at the front table in the middle looking back at the camera.
    • Eye Opener Volume 7

    • 1938
    • Butte (Mont.)--Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers January through December of 1938.
    • Political and Public Outreach

    • 1939
    • Public Outreach
    • Opening of Murray Motor Co. building at Granite and Main Street, April 19. 1939. Charles Hauswirth in on the right.
    • Message of the Mayor of Butte to the City Council, 1939

    • 1939
    • Butte, Mont.
    • Message of Mayor Charles Hauswirth to the City Council of Butte on May 1, 1939 in which he thanks the people of Butte for his third re-election and gives recommendations for City improvements for his upcoming term as Mayor.
    • Eye Opener Volume 8

    • 1939
    • Butte (Mont.)--Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers January through December of 1939.
    • Political and Public Outreach

    • 1939
    • Public Outreach
    • Group in front of a Northwest Airlines plane, 1939. Charles Hauswirth in in the very top row on the left.
    • Political and Public Outreach

    • 1940
    • Public Outreach
    • Montana Municipal League Convention in Great Falls, Montana on May 10-11, 1940.
    • Political and Public Outreach

    • 1940
    • Public Outreach
    • Mayor Hauswirth extending Butte's greetings upon the arrival of Mercury Economy test car, March 13, 1940 on Park Street.
    • Eye Opener Volume 9

    • 1940
    • Butte (Mont.)--Newspapers.
    • The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers January through December of 1940.
    • Political and Public Outreach

    • 1941
    • Public Outreach
    • Eight men including Charles Hauswirth (front row, third from left), taken one month before Charles' death. The photo was taken March 20, 1941. Elks-240 25 Year Class.
    • Political and Public Outreach

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    • Public Outreach
    • On top half of image is a banquet; on bottom half is a group of men in top hats. Third from the left is Charles Hauswirth.
    • Political and Public Outreach

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    • Public Outreach
    • Two policemen shaking hand (one of the officers is dramatically taller than the other).
    • Political and Public Outreach

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    • Public Outreach
    • Children posed with Santa Claus and Uncle Sam. The girls are dressed up as maids, elves, and some of the boys are dressed up as policemen. Mayor Charles Hauswirth is Santa Claus, Grace Rule is in the far lower right, and Mr. Margett's is Uncle Sam.
    • Political and Public Outreach

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    • Public Outreach
    • Charles Hauswirth (far right) posed with three men. The photo is autographed by Al Wilkinson.
    • Political and Public Outreach

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    • Public Outreach
    • Four men at a campaign event for "Willkie." Second man from the left is Mayor Charles Hauswirth.

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