Hub Museum

Hub Museum

The Hub Museum is a virtual museum of images and stories from the archives of The Gaylord Hub newspaper. A new feature will be published each week. Your comments on the stories are encouraged.

Originally published in the February 20, 1931 issue of The Gaylord Hub. Announcement of the beginning of the 45th year of The Hub last week, brought back memories to Commissioner A. C. Buck of Arlington, who officiated as "devil"...
In September 1931, a pair of Gaylord men were granted a patent on a windshield “heater.” Could that have been the forerunner to the defroster in today’s cars and trucks? A news item in the September 4, 1931 Gaylord...
The drawings were copied from the February 16, 1945 issue of The Gaylord Hub. They show the architect's drawings of the proposed Gaylord Hospital and City Hall. Voters approved bonding $135,000 to build the two structures.