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  • Hutton Harness Shop
    Image       "Edward Hutton, harness maker [was] a native of Windsor, Canada, where he learned the trade of harness making and engaged in business. In the Summer of 1867 he came to Alpena and the following year opened a harness shop in a small frame building near the Comstock Block...He afterward moved ...
    Image     "Edward Hutton, harness maker [was] a native of Windsor, Canada, where he learned the trade of harness making and engaged in business. In the Summer of 1867 he came to ...
  • Langworth & Hiser Variety Store
    Image       The Langworth and Hiser Variety Store was located at 344 Dock Street (North Second Avenue). They sold crockery and glassware.
    Image     The Langworth and Hiser Variety Store was located at 344 Dock Street (North Second Avenue). They sold crockery and glassware.
  • Downtown Alpena
    Image       Second Avenue looking west toward Chisholm Street and the Holmes Block.
    Image     Second Avenue looking west toward Chisholm Street and the Holmes Block.
  • City View of Alpena
    Image       Looking Northeast from the Alpena County Courthouse. The corner of Chisholm Street and Eighth Street is as the lower left.
    Image     Looking Northeast from the Alpena County Courthouse. The corner of Chisholm Street and Eighth Street is as the lower left.
  • Downtown Alpena
    Image       Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Chisholm Street. W.H. Davison store is far right.
    Image     Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Chisholm Street. W.H. Davison store is far right.
  • City View of Alpena
    Image       Looking Northwest. St. Bernard's Church and School are along Chisholm Street on the left.
    Image     Looking Northwest. St. Bernard's Church and School are along Chisholm Street on the left.
  • North Side City View of Alpena
    Image       Dock Street (North Second Avenue) looking north with Immanuel Lutheran Church in background.
    Image     Dock Street (North Second Avenue) looking north with Immanuel Lutheran Church in background.
  • Adam Ludewig's Bookstore
    Image       Known as the Dean of Alpena Businessmen, Adam Ludewig came to Alpena in 1871, and owned and operated a bookstore in various Alpena locations for over fifty years. He received many public honors including a life membership in the Elks Club. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge ...
    Image     Known as the Dean of Alpena Businessmen, Adam Ludewig came to Alpena in 1871, and owned and operated a bookstore in various Alpena locations for over fifty years. He received ...
  • Downtown Alpena
    Image       Second Avenue looking north from Lockwood Street. The three-story Masonic Block is far left.
    Image     Second Avenue looking north from Lockwood Street. The three-story Masonic Block is far left.
  • Downtown Alpena
    Image       Parade on Dock Street (North Second Avenue). Photograph taken from the bridge. Bolton and McRae Store (left) is at the corner of Fletcher Street.
    Image     Parade on Dock Street (North Second Avenue). Photograph taken from the bridge. Bolton and McRae Store (left) is at the corner of Fletcher Street.
  • E.C. Spens Drug Store
    Image       Edward C Spens, in his drugstore, dealt in a variety of items according to the Alpena City Directory. These included not only drugs, but paints, oils, and wallpaper.
    Image     Edward C Spens, in his drugstore, dealt in a variety of items according to the Alpena City Directory. These included not only drugs, but paints, oils, and wallpaper.
  • Downtown Alpena
    Image       Second Avenue looking north from Washington Avenue in Downtown Alpena. The small boy by the electric pole is said to be Fred Trelfa, who later became quite an Alpena historian and photographer. Masonic Block is on left, and the Second Avenue Bridge is far center.
    Image     Second Avenue looking north from Washington Avenue in Downtown Alpena. The small boy by the electric pole is said to be Fred Trelfa, who later became quite an Alpena historian ...
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Ann Taber Collection