Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Henry S Wyllie  



1900 - Aug 17 - Bremen Enquire - Henry Wyllie the sketch artist who has been staying here for a weel or two is making a bird's eye view of Plymouth...

1900 - Sep 13 - Argos Reflector - H. S. Wyllie, the artist who was engaged several weeks ago to draw some pictures for the Reflector, has just completed a bird's eye view of the town of Argos...


1900 - Sep 26 - - Bremen Enquire - H. S. Wyllie, the pen artist of Plymouth, was in Bremen yesterday to interest the business men in taking birdseye veiws of Breman...

1900 - Dec. 14 - Culver City Herald
    Many residents of our quiet, yet bustling little city, have been somewhat exercised is the last few days over the fact that a guiet, unassuming person has been seen roaming the streets with tabler and pencil in hand stopping in front of each house, making what seemed to some s sketch, to others notes of each and every home.

    The facts are, both conjectures are correct fromt he fact, the one thus engaged is no less a preson than the eminent sketch aritist, Mr. H. S. Wyllie, who is preparing his drawings for bird's eye vies of Culver City and Lake Maxinkuckee.

    Prof. Wyllie has had years of experence both in Aemrican and European countries. With the Prof. it is no guess work, but every item is from actual mathematical calculation. Allowing us to be the critics we feel safe to say that his work is equal to any and second to none, from the fact a careful scrutiny of his work, both of life and site, demonstrates the truthfulness of our assetion.

    An accurate bird's eye view of Culver City and surroundings will be in incalculable value to all interested in the groth and prosperity of the "pride" of Indiana.


"The Maxinkuckee Chatterer" The Chatterer. - H. S Wyllie, Editor and Proprietor.

Pictured is issue No. 2 - Jun 29, 1901. - a Saturday - thus 1st issue would of been June 22. How long it lasted....







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