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  • Federal Building
        The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, 1981. The U.S. Coast Guard occupied a portion of the building for several years.
      The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, ...
  • Federal Building
        The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, 1981. The U.S. Coast Guard occupied a portion of the building for several years.
      The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, ...
  • Ann Taber's Finding Alpena's Roots
        This marrated slide show was a group project for a graduate class offered though Central Michigan University. It reviews and explains some of the resources available to study the history and people of Alpena.
      This marrated slide show was a group project for a graduate class ...
  • Federal Building
        Interior images of the U.S Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan, showing window and ceiling arches.
      Interior images of the U.S Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan, showing window ...
  • Federal Building
        Interior stairwell of the U.S. Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan.
      Interior stairwell of the U.S. Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan.
  • Ninth Street Dam
        Alpena Power Company's Ninth Street Dam and Powerhouse across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan.
      Alpena Power Company's Ninth Street Dam and Powerhouse across the Thunder Bay ...
  • Independence Day Parade 1962
        Independence Day Parade 1962
      Independence Day Parade 1962
  • Thunder Bay River, May 1961
        During the 1930s, the old Second Avenue Swing Bridge became inadequate and occasionally inoperative. On August 20, 1938, the Public Works Administration agreed to finance a new bridge. There was an outright grant of $157,909 to supplement $190,000, which the Municipal Church desired to raise though a bond issue. The ...
      During the 1930s, the old Second Avenue Swing Bridge became inadequate and ...
  • Carter Home
        The Carter Family. The following is an excerpt from Robert Haltiner's "The Town That Wouldn't Die": "In November, 1856, Daniel Carter brought his wife Sarah and daughter Mary to what was to become Alpena - thus becoming Alpena's first family of permanent white settlers. When the Carters arrived here there ...
      The Carter Family. The following is an excerpt from Robert Haltiner's "The ...
  • First Baptist Church
        On December 25, 1892, the Baptists dedicated their new brick church at the southeast corner of Third and Lockwood Street. The church cost the Baptist Society $23,000. It was razed in 1962.
      On December 25, 1892, the Baptists dedicated their new brick church at ...
  • Huey Campbell
        Huey Campbell at the old dumping grounds in Alpena in 1959.
      Huey Campbell at the old dumping grounds in Alpena in 1959.
  • Beck's Brewery
        Beck's Brewery was built in 1887 and was located on First Avenue in the center of the block between Chisholm Street and Park Place. If was owned by John Beck. Prohibition halted production in 1918. After being a storage building for numerous years, the building was razed in 1957.
      Beck's Brewery was built in 1887 and was located on First Avenue ...
  • Evergreen Cemetery Chapel
        The Chapel at Evergreen Cemetery on Washington Avenue near the Thunder Bay River in Alpena.
      The Chapel at Evergreen Cemetery on Washington Avenue near the Thunder Bay ...
  • Low water above Ninth Street Dam
        Low water above Ninth Street Dam on the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan. Arrow on picture pointing to Oldfield Sorting Gap at 13th and Minor Streets. Taken August 8, 1954.
      Low water above Ninth Street Dam on the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, ...
  • Alpena County Courthouse
        The Alpena County Courthouse c1950
      The Alpena County Courthouse c1950
  • Unknown building
        Unknown building. Labelled as Garfield School, but believed to be labelled wrong.
      Unknown building. Labelled as Garfield School, but believed to be labelled wrong.
  • Dege's Garage Next to Martindale's Store on River Street, Alpena
        Dege's Garage next to Martindale's Store on River Street, Alpena.
      Dege's Garage next to Martindale's Store on River Street, Alpena.
  • Back of Owl Cafe
        The back of the Owl Cafe on Chisholm Street. The Owl Cafe was originally located on the corner of Chisholm and Second Streets, but reopened on the north side of Chisholm street after the original burned. The second Owl was destroyed by an explosion. The third by arson of a ...
      The back of the Owl Cafe on Chisholm Street. The Owl Cafe ...
  • Martindale's Store
        During the mid-1900s, Martindale's Store provided Maytag washers, Hoover vacuum cleaners, and Philco Radios. The store was located at 208-212 River Street.
      During the mid-1900s, Martindale's Store provided Maytag washers, Hoover vacuum cleaners, and ...
  • Norwegian Parish House
        Parish House to the Grace Lutheran Church on Dunbar Street. It was used for Sunday School classes in the 1950s before being torn down.
      Parish House to the Grace Lutheran Church on Dunbar Street. It was ...
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