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History Myster of the Week: Who is this man?

'History Mystery' is a weekly feature of the Perham Focus. Working in partnership with the History Museum of East Otter Tail County, we will publish a 'mystery photo' each week, challenging you to answer a question about it.

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Who is this man?

‘History Mystery’ is a weekly feature of the Perham Focus. Working in partnership with the History Museum of East Otter Tail County, we will publish a ‘mystery photo’ each week, challenging you to answer a question about it.

Contact us at 346-5900 or email editor@perhamfocus.com .

Congrats to Don Seifert, who was the first to let us know that Frank Bernauer and Art Hemmelgarn were the subjects of last week’s History Mystery photo. Many others submitted the right answer, too.

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