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  • Potter Farm
    Image       Most of the property (hundreds and hundreds of acres) between what is now M-32 and the Thunder Bay River and Bagley Street and Lake Winyah Road was owned by the Potters (William H. and F. N.) and was the Riverside Stock Farm - or more commonly known as The Potter ...
    Image     Most of the property (hundreds and hundreds of acres) between what is now M-32 and the Thunder Bay River and Bagley Street and Lake Winyah Road was owned by the ...
  • Ninth Street Dam
    Image       Alpena Power Company's Ninth Street Dam and Powerhouse across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan.
    Image     Alpena Power Company's Ninth Street Dam and Powerhouse across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan.
  • Ninth Street Bridge Collapse
    Image       Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the flood of April 1923.
    Image     Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the flood of April 1923.
  • Ninth Street Bridge Collapse
    Image       Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the flood of April 1923.
    Image     Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the flood of April 1923.
  • Oldfield Dam
    Image       Oldfield Dam, later known as the Richardson Dam, built just upstream from Ninth Street. Moses Brown, builder, sits on right. Taken in April 1881.
    Image     Oldfield Dam, later known as the Richardson Dam, built just upstream from Ninth Street. Moses Brown, builder, sits on right. Taken in April 1881.
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River at Tenth Street in Alpena, Michigan.
    Image     Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River at Tenth Street in Alpena, Michigan.
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan, 1898.
    Image     Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan, 1898.
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       "Foley & Stepler Druggists" "Hand-colored" "We were here about an hour yesterday. Went up (?). It was a very pretty place almost 14000..."
    Image     "Foley & Stepler Druggists" "Hand-colored" "We were here about an hour yesterday. Went up (?). It was a very pretty place almost 14000..."
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       (Reverse) To: Miss Nellie King, 2520 Broadway, Indianapolis, Ind
    Image     (Reverse) To: Miss Nellie King, 2520 Broadway, Indianapolis, Ind
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       Richardson Dam across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan.
    Image     Richardson Dam across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan.
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       Building of the third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan in 1886. Note the second Second Avenue Bridge still in operation to the right while the third one is being built. Both bridges were swing bridges that pivoted on a center support.
    Image     Building of the third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan in 1886. Note the second Second Avenue Bridge still in operation to the right while ...
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       "Dock & Warehouse, Alpena, Mich. in the 60's" "First Second Street Bridge 1865"
    Image     "Dock & Warehouse, Alpena, Mich. in the 60's" "First Second Street Bridge 1865"
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       The third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, 1887, looking southwest into downtown. This bridge was built in 1886.
    Image     The third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, 1887, looking southwest into downtown. This bridge was built in 1886.
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       (Front) Alpena, Sept. 14 '06 Dear Gordon, This month expect to be in Strathroy sometime. (Reverse) Postmarked Alpena, Mich. Sept 14 1906 7pm; postmarked Strathroy, Ont SP17 '06. To: Gordon Stepler, Strathroy, Ontario
    Image     (Front) Alpena, Sept. 14 '06 Dear Gordon, This month expect to be in Strathroy sometime. (Reverse) Postmarked Alpena, Mich. Sept 14 1906 7pm; postmarked Strathroy, Ont SP17 '06. To: Gordon ...
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       "New Second Street Bridge, Alpena, Mich."
    Image     "New Second Street Bridge, Alpena, Mich."
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       "Second St. Bridge, Alpena, Mich."
    Image     "Second St. Bridge, Alpena, Mich."
  • Second Avenue Bridge
    Image       (Reverse) The STEAMSHIP R. E. MOODY passing through the Double Leaf Bascule Bridge at Alpena, Michigan. Pub. by Thomas News Agency, Alpena, Mich.
    Image     (Reverse) The STEAMSHIP R. E. MOODY passing through the Double Leaf Bascule Bridge at Alpena, Michigan. Pub. by Thomas News Agency, Alpena, Mich.
  • Sluicing Crew Above Four Mile Dam
    Image       Sluicing Crew above Four Mile Dam on the Thunder Bay River in Alpena County, Michigan. Taken May 3, 1908.
    Image     Sluicing Crew above Four Mile Dam on the Thunder Bay River in Alpena County, Michigan. Taken May 3, 1908.
  • Federal Building
    Image       The construction of the U.S. Federal Building. Taken from the northwest corner on March 13, 1912, looking toward the Thunder Bay River. Thunder Bay Milling Company is in the background on left. The steambarge STEPHEN C. HALL sits in the river. The HALL was built in 1880 and sold Canadian ...
    Image     The construction of the U.S. Federal Building. Taken from the northwest corner on March 13, 1912, looking toward the Thunder Bay River. Thunder Bay Milling Company is in the background ...
  • Working oxen and lumberjacks
    Image       Two oxen have pulled a log to add to the pile of logs. (Oxen are generally cattle that have been trained to work by yoke and collar. Most oxen are castrated males. The horns keep the yoke from coming off their heads while they are backing up.) Lumberjacks are posing ...
    Image     Two oxen have pulled a log to add to the pile of logs. (Oxen are generally cattle that have been trained to work by yoke and collar. Most oxen are ...
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