In 1906, Bull Moose President Teddy Roosevelt won the Nobel Peace Prize for negotiating an end to the bloody Russo-Japanese war. A major earthquake and fire leveled 75 percent of San Francisco. There was no such thing as canned beer, the average American wage was 22 cents an hour, sugar cost 4 cents a pound, there were 45 stars on Old Glory, and 203 murders were reported nationwide. And, on April 6, 1906, in the small Pennsylvania coal-mining town of Carbondale, Isobel Bruning was born.
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