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Federal Building 
Texts  c1935-1940  Earl Girard was hired by the WPA in the mid to late 1930s to write histories of the Alpena area. This is his history of the U.S. Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan.
Arthur (of Albert) Linke and Margaret Linke 
Images  c 1930s  Art Linke and Margaret Linke, brother and sister, posing during figure skating, probably during Winter Carnival.
Building the Five Channels Dam on the AuSable River 
Images  May 31, 1912  "Consumers Power Company (now Consumers Energy) began construction on this hydro-electric dam in 1911 and completed it in 1912. The dam, the second of six built by the company on the Au Sable River, is named for the nearby location where there were once five distinct river channels. The current...
Building the Five Channels Dam on the AuSable River 
Images  April 16, 1912  "Consumers Power Company (now Consumers Energy) began construction on this hydro-electric dam in 1911 and completed it in 1912. The dam, the second of six built by the company on the Au Sable River, is named for the nearby location where there were once five distinct river channels. The current...
Birch Hill Avenue in Presque Isle 
Images  c 1890  Birch Hill is an area near Grand Lake in Presque Isle County. It is very scenic and popular with tourists. The Birch Hill Hotel was built here in the early 1900s.
Bungalo Inn 
Images  c 1940s  The Bungalo Inn, located at 215 State Avenue, was a favorite tourist destination. Located across from Bay View Park, its location was excellent. The Inn was run by Mrs. Ann Vander Noot.
Cathro General Store 
Images  c 1900  Cathro, like many Northern Michigan villages, was founded around the lumbering business. When the timber was all cut, the area became excellent farms. A. G. Morris owned and operated this General Store in the early 1900s.
Haltiner Family at Logging Camp 
Images  c 1890  The Haltiner Family at a logging camp in Northern Michigan.
Haltiner Family 
Images  c 1890  Haltiner Family portrait. Front row from left: Elizabeth, Jacob, John, and Albertina. Back row from left: Minnie, Mary, Robert, and Louise. Taken by the Miller Studios in Alpena, Michigan, pre 1891. Louise died December 8, 1891.
Harbour View Hotel in Presque Isle 
Images  1932  Harbour View Hotel was located on Lake Huron at Presque Isle Harbor. Front: Harbour View Hotel is of the highest type resort hotel. It is 21 miles north of Alpena via good gravel scenic road. F.W. Piepkorn, Owner. Presque Isle, Michigan. (Written below) The hotel burnt down but the cottages are...
Hunters posing around Deer Pole 
Images  c 1920  Haltiner family members part of deer hunting season and deer pole.
Dredge AJAX 
ImagesShips  c 1930s  The Huron Contracting Company was owned by Robert Haltiner. The company constructed many buildings in Alpena, including the Federal Building and Armory / Memorial Hall, both on Water Street along the Thunder Bay River. Shown in the river is one of the derricks, AJAX, used in construction.
Dredge AJAX 
ImagesShips  c 1930s  The Huron Contracting Company was owned by Robert Haltiner. The company constructed many buildings in Alpena, including the Federal Building and Armory / Memorial Hall, both on Water Street along the Thunder Bay River. Shown in the river is one of the derricks, AJAX, used in construction.
Native American Logging Camp 
ImagesHas Mystery?  c 1910s  Unidentified photographs of a Native American logging camp. One photograph is labeled "Camp 32."
Anna and Jacob Haltiner 
Images  c 1860  Anna and Jacob Haltiner
Jacob and Robert Haltiner 
Images  c 1840  Jacob Haltiner with son, Robert.
Jacob Haltiner 
Images  c 1840  Jacob Haltiner
Lytle Apartments 
Images  1920  The Lytle Apartments were located at 113-117 West Oldfield Street. This unidentified female is standing in Avery Park.
Lytle Apartments 
Images  1920  The Lytle Apartments were located at 113-117 West Oldfield Street. This unidentified female is standing in Avery Park.
Michekewis Beach and Park 
Images  1936  Mich-e-ke-wis Beach and Park was named for a Chippewa Indian Chief who lived in the Alpena area. The Alpena Winter Sports Carnival was held here beginning in 1935. It still is a favorite recreation spot.
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