Esther Hartlep Eddy Collection


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Middle Island: Family at Lighthouse 
Images  c 1913  Unidentified people at the Middle Island Lighthouse.
Middle Island:  Lighthouse, Keeper's Quarters, Fog Signal Building 
Images  c 1913  Middle Island Lighthouse, Keeper's Quarters, and Fog Signal Building.
Middle Island:  Ice Scene with Lighthouse 
Images  c 1913  Winter scene of Middle Island Lighthouse.
Middle Island:  Lillian and Esther Hartlep 
Images  c 1921  Lillian and Esther Hartlep at Middle Island Lighthouse.
Middle Island:  Lighthouse 
Images  c 1913  Middle Island Lighthouse.
Middle Island:  Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters 
Images  c 1913  Middle Island Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters.
Middle Island: Esther Hartlep and Ladies at Lighthouse 
Images  c 1918  Esther Hartlep (back) with mother, Lillian (right), sitting on steps of Middle Island Lighthouse.
Two Young Woman Outside in Winter 
Images  c 1924  Two young woman (one probably Esther Hartlep) on residential street in Alpena, Michigan during Winter.
Hartlep Family Sitting in Grassy Shade in Summer 
Images  c 1916  Donald, Esther, and Lillian Hartlep sitting in shade during summer.
Hartlep Home at 616 Lockwood Street, Alpena, Michigan. 
Images  c 1918  Esther Hartlep (sitting on porch rail), unidentified girl sitting with Donald Hartlep on steps, and Lillian Hartlep sitting in rocker on the porch of their home at 616 Lockwood Street.
Esther and Lillian Hartlep 
Images  c 1913  Esther Hartlep with her mother Lillian. Probably taken on Middle Island.
Esther Hartlep 
Images  c 1913  Esther Hartlep standing near end table. Probably taken on Middle Island.
Esther Hartlep 
Images  c 1913  Esther Hartlep standing on rocker. Probably taken on Middle Island.
Lillian Hartlep 
Images  c 1913  Lillian Hartlep Probably taken on Middle Island.
Lillian and Donald Hartlep 
Images  c 1915  Donald Hartlep sitting with his mother, Lillian. Probably taken on Middle Island.
Unidentified U.S. Coast Guard Station 
ImagesHas Mystery?  c 1916  Unidentified U.S. Coast Guard Station during Winter.
Unidentified U.S. Coast Guard Station 
ImagesHas Mystery?  c 1916  Unidentified U.S. Coast Guard Station during Winter.
Lillian Hartlep 
Images  c 1913  Lillian Hartlep in fur coat, hat, and muff. Probably taken on Middle Island.
Esther Hartlep with her Dolls 
Images  c 1913  Esther Hartlep posing with three dolls on a chair. Probably taken on Middle Island.
Lillian Hartlep 
Images  c 1913  Lillian Hartlep in fur coat, hat, and muff. Probably taken on Middle Island.
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Esther Hartlep Eddy Collection


Biographical & Historical Information: Esther Eddy was the daughter of Lillian and George Hartlep, who was a member of the Middle Island (Lake Huron) Life-Saving Crew (No. 6 Surfman) in the early 1900s. She lived her young years on the island with her family. She graduated from Alpena High School in 1925. Esther Eddy was very active in community programs and belonged to several groups such as the Women’s Civic League and League of Women Voters. Her big love was politics, and she worked tirelessly for the re-election of Gov. Milliken and Gov. Romney. She was publicity chairperson for Rep. Victor Knox, Rep. Robert Davis, and Rep. Phil Ruppe when they were running for re-election to Washington, D. C.. She was active in the local GOP. She was a member of the First Congregational Church, sang in the choir, and also served as church historian. She enjoyed writing poetry.