c1912 Beebe Block, Globe Hotel and Trinity Church, East Washington Avenue, Alpena, Michigan.
1912 Odd Fellows Temple and First Street looking West, Alpena, Michigan. Also known as the Centennial Building. (Reverse) Postmarked Oct. 23, 1912, 9 am, Applegate (?), Mich.
To: Mrs. Wm McLean, Richmond, Mich.
Oct. 22, 1912
Hello Cora and how you's all are. how is little George. We are all quite...
c1912 Odd Fellows Temple (Centennial Block, built 1876), c1912, corner of Washington Avenue, First Avenue, and Chisholm Street.
1913 Alpena Power Company, Ninth Street Dam and Power Plant, Alpena, Michigan. (Reverse) Postmarked Aug. 23, 1913, 2:30pm, Alpena, Mich.
To: Miss Floral Erdman, Mulliken, Mich.
Dear Floral,-'Am glad you passed your grade How is grandma and grandpa Love to them. We are all quite well. Hope this...
Chisholm Street Bridge. This bridge was damaged during a Spring flood in 1923, but not rebuilt until 1932 when it was renamed the George Washington Memorial Bridge. Note the logs in the Thunder Bay River, which were being moved to the sawmills at the mouth of the river.
c1945 Chisholm Street Bridge, also known as the George Washington Memorial Bridge, built c1940. Alpena General Hospital (built 1940) in background.
c1942 Retention dam on Hubbard Lake in Alpena County, Michigan at the connection to the Thunder Bay River, c 1942. (Reverse) Hubbard Lake Dam serves as a retention dam on one of northeastern Michigan's most beautiful bodies of water, Hubbard Lake. The dam is located on the edge of a beautiful camping...
post 1924 Ninth Street Bridge (built 1924) across the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan.
c1970 Alpena Power Company's Ninth Street Dam and Powerhouse across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan.
1924 Alpena Power Company's Norway Point Dam (aka Seven Mile Dam) across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena County, Michigan during late construction. Built 1923-1924 as an electrical plant and to control Spring flooding.
c Aug 30, 1910 Richardson Dam across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, c1910 (Reverse) To: Miss Nellie King, 2520 Broadway, Indianapolis, Ind
c1906 The third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, c1906. (Front) Alpena, Sept. 14 '06
Dear Gordon, This month expect to be in Strathroy sometime.
(Reverse) Postmarked Alpena, Mich. Sept 14 1906 7pm; postmarked Strathroy, Ont SP17 '06.
To: Gordon Stepler, Strathroy,...
c1950 The fourth Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Vessel going upriver is the R. E. MOODY. The MOODY was scrapped in 1958. (Reverse) The STEAMSHIP R. E. MOODY passing through the Double Leaf Bascule Bridge at Alpena, Michigan. Pub. by Thomas News Agency, Alpena,...
c1940 The fourth Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, c1940. Alpena Furniture Store in background. The New Bridge Alpena, Mich. D-488
c1945 Seven Mile Dam (aka Norway Point Dam) across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena County, Michigan. The dam was built by the Alpena Power Company in 1923-24. 7-Mile Dam Alpena, Mich. 5-413