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  • Clowns
    ImageCollection       Harry Alec, Ralph Alec, and Eddie Everty dressed as clowns.
    ImageCollection     Harry Alec, Ralph Alec, and Eddie Everty dressed as clowns.
  • Alpena Business College
    ImageCollection       The Alpena Business College, at the corner of First Avenue and River Street, operated from about 1899 to 1920. Mrs. Mary Veenfliet was the proprietor.
    ImageCollection     The Alpena Business College, at the corner of First Avenue and River Street, operated from about 1899 to 1920. Mrs. Mary Veenfliet was the proprietor.
  • Ed Kositchek and Son
    Image       Edward Kositchek and Sons were dealers in buggies, wagons, robes, blankets, and oliver plows in the early 1900s. They were also manufacturers of harnesses, guns, ammunition, and sporting goods. Their store was located at 119 South Second Avenue.
    Image     Edward Kositchek and Sons were dealers in buggies, wagons, robes, blankets, and oliver plows in the early 1900s. They were also manufacturers of harnesses, guns, ammunition, and sporting goods. Their ...
  • Odd Fellow (I.O.O.F.) Parade Float
    Image       Independent Order of Odd Fellows' (I.O.O.F.) parade float in downtown Alpena.
    Image     Independent Order of Odd Fellows' (I.O.O.F.) parade float in downtown Alpena.
  • Funeral Procession
    Image       Believed to be a funeral procession in downtown Alpena along Second Avenue heading south toward Chisholm Street. Photographer is looking north. The Second Avenue Bridge can be seen at the far end.
    Image     Believed to be a funeral procession in downtown Alpena along Second Avenue heading south toward Chisholm Street. Photographer is looking north. The Second Avenue Bridge can be seen at the ...
  • PEWABIC Copper
    ImageCollection       Stacks of copper salvaged from the passenger vessel PEWABIC, which sank from a collision with the METEOR in 1865.
    ImageCollection     Stacks of copper salvaged from the passenger vessel PEWABIC, which sank from a collision with the METEOR in 1865.
  • Churchill Lumber Company Vessel W.J. CARTER
    ImageCollection       The W.J. CARTER was built in 1886 and came under the ownership of the Churchill Lumber Company, Alpena, in 1907 until about 1913. Here the CARTER sits in the Thunder Bay River being loaded with lumber.
    ImageCollection     The W.J. CARTER was built in 1886 and came under the ownership of the Churchill Lumber Company, Alpena, in 1907 until about 1913. Here the CARTER sits in the Thunder ...
  • Alpha Phi Fraternity Brothers in Model T
    Image       Alpena High School Alpha Phi Fraternity Brothers in Model T on side street next to the Henry Home (State Avenue) Carl Henry (with glasses) is standing in the back row, third from the right.
    Image     Alpena High School Alpha Phi Fraternity Brothers in Model T on side street next to the Henry Home (State Avenue) Carl Henry (with glasses) is standing in the back row, ...
  • Cass School Students
    Image       Elementary students as Cass School. The Cass School was located on Sable Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It is currently a private residence.
    Image     Elementary students as Cass School. The Cass School was located on Sable Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It is currently a private residence.
  • Phelps Collins
    Image       William Phelps Collins was a young pilot from Alpena who joined the Lafayette Escadrille before the United States entered World War I. He was killed in France in an aviation accident in March 1918.
    Image     William Phelps Collins was a young pilot from Alpena who joined the Lafayette Escadrille before the United States entered World War I. He was killed in France in an aviation ...
  • Federal Building Work Crew
    Image       The construction crew of the U.S. Federal Building, along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Picture taken about mid-1912.
    Image     The construction crew of the U.S. Federal Building, along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Picture taken about mid-1912.
  • Huron Portland Cement Company
    Image       The Huron Portland Cement Company began production in 1908. Now known as the Lafarge Corporation, it is known as the world's largest cement plant.
    Image     The Huron Portland Cement Company began production in 1908. Now known as the Lafarge Corporation, it is known as the world's largest cement plant.
  • W.E. Williams Parade Float
    Image       W.E. Williams parade float in front of the Beck Block on Chisholm Street in Alpena, Michigan. Williams had two businesses in town - undertaker and household furniture.
    Image     W.E. Williams parade float in front of the Beck Block on Chisholm Street in Alpena, Michigan. Williams had two businesses in town - undertaker and household furniture.
  • Beck's Grand Hotel on Long Lake, Alpena.
    ImageCollection       Beck's Grand Hotel, Long Lake, near Alpena, Mich.
    ImageCollection     Beck's Grand Hotel, Long Lake, near Alpena, Mich.
  • Engine House No. 1
    Image       Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third Avenue and River Street.
    Image     Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third ...
  • Parade Watching in Downtown Alpena
    Image       Second Avenue looking south toward Chisholm Street, which is just above center.
    Image     Second Avenue looking south toward Chisholm Street, which is just above center.
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