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  • Logs Heading For The River
    Image       After cutting the timber in Alpena, Michigan, the logs are then put into piles. Three horse teams are ready to pull the large logs. They are taking the logs to the river.
    Image     After cutting the timber in Alpena, Michigan, the logs are then put into piles. Three horse teams are ready to pull the large logs. They are taking the logs to ...
  • LaCross Boat Works, Inc.
    ImageTextCollectionPublication       The LaCross Family’s first business ventures began in the early 1940s with cabinet making and general wood work. In 1951, brothers Arthur and Ernest, with sons Jim and Charles, began constructing wood filing cabinets in Alpena, MI, which were distributed through Leonard’s Office Supply and Equipment Co. of Detroit. In ...
    ImageTextCollectionPublication     The LaCross Family’s first business ventures began in the early 1940s with cabinet making and general wood work. In 1951, brothers Arthur and Ernest, with sons Jim and Charles, began ...
  • Below Ninth Street Bridge
    Image       Below Ninth Street Bridge, Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan, 1912. Log piles on banks; sorting gaps on river. Lumber mill in background.
    Image     Below Ninth Street Bridge, Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan, 1912. Log piles on banks; sorting gaps on river. Lumber mill in background.
  • Four Mile Dam
    Image       Four Mile Dam, Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan, 1898.
    Image     Four Mile Dam, Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan, 1898.
  • Four Mile Dam
    Image       Four Mile Dam, Thunder Bay River, Alpena County, Michigan. Taken May 17, 1908.
    Image     Four Mile Dam, Thunder Bay River, Alpena County, Michigan. Taken May 17, 1908.
  • Four Mile Dam
    Image       Log Jam below the Four Mile Dam on the Thunder Bay River, Alpena County, Michigan, May 1912.
    Image     Log Jam below the Four Mile Dam on the Thunder Bay River, Alpena County, Michigan, May 1912.
  • Ninth Street Bridge
    Image       Ninth Street Bridge, Alpena, Michigan, c1895. Bridge was built in 1892.
    Image     Ninth Street Bridge, Alpena, Michigan, c1895. Bridge was built in 1892.
  • Alpena Fire Department
    ImageCollection       The Alpena Fire Department's sleigh and horse team crossing the Second Avenue Bridge from the north during the winter. The now Alpena Furniture store is in the background.
    ImageCollection     The Alpena Fire Department's sleigh and horse team crossing the Second Avenue Bridge from the north during the winter. The now Alpena Furniture store is in the background.
  • Alpena Fire Department Fire Truck
    Image       The Alpena Fire Department crew in the Winter of 1922 with its first fire truck.
    Image     The Alpena Fire Department crew in the Winter of 1922 with its first fire truck.
  • Fletcher Lumber Camp Log Sleigh
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  • Fletcher Lumber Camp Ice Path
    Image       Ice path at Fletcher lumber camp used for sleighs to move logs through the woods to railroad line.
    Image     Ice path at Fletcher lumber camp used for sleighs to move logs through the woods to railroad line.
  • Oldfield Dam and Saw Mill
    Image       "Go to I. Cohen & Bro for W. L. Douglas $2.00 $3.00 and $4.00 Shoes" "Hopper & Hall Watches Clocks & S(?) at 346 Dock St"
    Image     "Go to I. Cohen & Bro for W. L. Douglas $2.00 $3.00 and $4.00 Shoes" "Hopper & Hall Watches Clocks & S(?) at 346 Dock St"
  • Cookhouse in Alpena Lumbering Camp
    Image       Here is a Cookhouse at a lumber camp in Alpena, Michigan. The people would be the Cook and the helpers (which are called bullcooks, flunkeys or cookees) that handled the food.
    Image     Here is a Cookhouse at a lumber camp in Alpena, Michigan. The people would be the Cook and the helpers (which are called bullcooks, flunkeys or cookees) that handled the ...
  • Log Piles in Alpena
    Image       Lumberjacks work together to move the logs from the skids and are putting them onto the large piles.
    Image     Lumberjacks work together to move the logs from the skids and are putting them onto the large piles.
  • Logging in Alpena
    Image       Two teams of horses are ready to pull two skids full of logs. The logs are piled high. On top of the left skid are two children along for the ride. Also on top of each skid is a lumberman. Three lumbermen are standing next to the left skid.
    Image     Two teams of horses are ready to pull two skids full of logs. The logs are piled high. On top of the left skid are two children along for the ...
  • Log Jam, Thunder Bay River
    Image       Thunder Bay River loaded with logs below Four Mile Dam, Alpena, Michigan.
    Image     Thunder Bay River loaded with logs below Four Mile Dam, Alpena, Michigan.
  • Comstock Banking Grounds
    Image       Comstock Lumber Company railway bridge, foot bridge, and dam on the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan. Unknown schooner on the right. Taken June 13, 1888.
    Image     Comstock Lumber Company railway bridge, foot bridge, and dam on the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan. Unknown schooner on the right. Taken June 13, 1888.
  • Fletcher Office Building
    Image       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 ...
    Image     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 ...
  • Log Pile and Crew
    Image       Lumber camp crew posing with horse teams and large log pile. Possible Fletcher lumber camp.
    Image     Lumber camp crew posing with horse teams and large log pile. Possible Fletcher lumber camp.
  • Engine House No. 1
    Image       Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third Avenue and River Street.
    Image     Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third ...
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