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  • Michikewis Bathing Pavilion
    ImageCollection       On June 2, 1924, Stoney Point Camping Grounds was officially renamed to Mich-e-ke-wis, named after Chief Mich-e-ke-wis meaning "Spirit of the Wind." On July 29, 1926, there was a formal opening of the bathing pavilion.
    ImageCollection     On June 2, 1924, Stoney Point Camping Grounds was officially renamed to Mich-e-ke-wis, named after Chief Mich-e-ke-wis meaning "Spirit of the Wind." On July 29, 1926, there was a formal ...
  • Alpena Board of Commerce Band
    ImageCollection       The Alpena Board of Commerce Band in uniform standing in front of City Hall.
    ImageCollection     The Alpena Board of Commerce Band in uniform standing in front of City Hall.
  • Alpena Fire Department
    Image       Alpena Fire Department crew posing with shovels in the Winter of probably 1922.
    Image     Alpena Fire Department crew posing with shovels in the Winter of probably 1922.
  • St. Mary's Church
    Image       St. Mary's Church, located on North Second Avenue, was dedicated On February 21, 1886. This picture was taken sometime in the early 1900s with Joseph Ayotte pictured on the steeple doing repair work.
    Image     St. Mary's Church, located on North Second Avenue, was dedicated On February 21, 1886. This picture was taken sometime in the early 1900s with Joseph Ayotte pictured on the steeple ...
  • Dougal McKenzie
    Image       Chief of Police Dougal McKenzie prior to the Lyon Brother incident in March 1926. The Lyon Brothers killed Special Investigator for the American Railway Express Company, Frank McGrath, in Norwalk, Ohio. McGrath was shot when he went to question the Lyon Brothers about a robbery at the Express Company office. ...
    Image     Chief of Police Dougal McKenzie prior to the Lyon Brother incident in March 1926. The Lyon Brothers killed Special Investigator for the American Railway Express Company, Frank McGrath, in Norwalk, ...
  • Federal Building
    Image       The U.S. Federal Building during winter, along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Showing the back view.
    Image     The U.S. Federal Building during winter, along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Showing the back view.
  • Cattle Brands
    TextImage       Registration for cattle brand adopted by Louis Hoppe, 1920.
    TextImage     Registration for cattle brand adopted by Louis Hoppe, 1920.
  • Cattle Brands
    TextImage       Registration for cattle brand adopted by John Jackson, 1928.
    TextImage     Registration for cattle brand adopted by John Jackson, 1928.
  • Cattle Brands
    TextImage       Registration for cattle brand adopted by Henry Kissau, 1923.
    TextImage     Registration for cattle brand adopted by Henry Kissau, 1923.
  • Clown Wagon in 1925 Parade
    ImageCollection       O'Callaghan Bros. Welcome - Farmers and - Guarantee Bully Drug Store Service
    ImageCollection     O'Callaghan Bros. Welcome - Farmers and - Guarantee Bully Drug Store Service
  • Parade in Downtown Alpena
    Image       July 4th Parade in downtown Alpena on Second Avenue, looking south towards Chisholm Street.
    Image     July 4th Parade in downtown Alpena on Second Avenue, looking south towards Chisholm Street.
  • Alpena Board of Commerce Band
    ImageCollection       photo by Garlock [sp?] U.S.S. Arizona Oct. 17 - 1923
    ImageCollection     photo by Garlock [sp?] U.S.S. Arizona Oct. 17 - 1923
  • Owl Cafe Fire
    ImageCollection       The burning of the original Owl Cafe on the corner of Chisholm Street and Second Avenue on February 18, 1927.
    ImageCollection     The burning of the original Owl Cafe on the corner of Chisholm Street and Second Avenue on February 18, 1927.
  • Sheriff Hatch with the Lyon Brothers
    Image       Sheriff Ed Hatch with the Lyon Brothers in custody on March 8, 1926 after the shooting of Chief of Police Dougal McKenzie, who was shot in the neck. The Lyon Brothers killed Special Investigator for the American Railway Express Company, Frank McGrath, in Norwalk, Ohio. McGrath was shot when he ...
    Image     Sheriff Ed Hatch with the Lyon Brothers in custody on March 8, 1926 after the shooting of Chief of Police Dougal McKenzie, who was shot in the neck. The Lyon ...
  • Ninth Street Bridge Collapse
    Image       Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River during the flood of April 1923. Alpena County, Michigan.
    Image     Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River during the flood of April 1923. Alpena County, Michigan.
  • Norway Point Dam
    Image       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.
    Image     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 ...
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       The third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, looking southwest. Alpena Furniture is large building. References to dynamiting and the flood of April 1923.
    Image     The third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, looking southwest. Alpena Furniture is large building. References to dynamiting and the flood of April 1923.
  • Log Marks
    TextImage       Log mark or marks for A. F. Clewley in Alpena, Michigan, 1928.
    TextImage     Log mark or marks for A. F. Clewley in Alpena, Michigan, 1928.
  • Log Marks
    TextImage       Log mark or marks for Albert LaLonde in Alpena, Michigan, 1921.
    TextImage     Log mark or marks for Albert LaLonde in Alpena, Michigan, 1921.
  • Log Marks
    TextImage       Log mark or marks for Fred Lay in Alpena, Michigan, 1921.
    TextImage     Log mark or marks for Fred Lay in Alpena, Michigan, 1921.
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