Mineral Bath House / Fletcher Office Building
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Slides
Description
The Fletcher Office Building was originally a bath house built by the Alpena Magnetic Sulphur Springs Company in 1892. Mineral water was supplied by a 1,276 foot flowing well on the property. It was not a success and closed after just a few years. The building was purchased by the Fletcher Family and used as offices. The library was also located there. The building burned in 1936. The flowing well may still be seen of the grounds where the current library is located.
Date of Original
c 1900
Dimensions
Width: 5306 px
Height: 3645 px
Image Dimensions
Image Width: 5306px
Image Height: 3645px
Subject(s)
Collection
Ann Taber Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Location of bath house / office building:
    Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 45.0623317267656 Longitude: -83.4310548439026
Donor
Tim Taber
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation
Ann Taber Collection, Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188
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Mineral Bath House / Fletcher Office Building


The Fletcher Office Building was originally a bath house built by the Alpena Magnetic Sulphur Springs Company in 1892. Mineral water was supplied by a 1,276 foot flowing well on the property. It was not a success and closed after just a few years. The building was purchased by the Fletcher Family and used as offices. The library was also located there. The building burned in 1936. The flowing well may still be seen of the grounds where the current library is located.