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  • Residential Area of Second Avenue
        Second Avenue, believed to be north of Dunbar Street looking south, showing the residential portion as a wide, tree-lined street.
      Second Avenue, believed to be north of Dunbar Street looking south, showing ...
  • First Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
        "First Street at Water, 1888"
      "First Street at Water, 1888"
  • Flood of 1923
        In 1923, the Thunder Bay River crested 18 inches over the 1922 record high. The Chisholm Street and Ninth Street bridges collapsed. Homes near Ninth Street and Washington Avenue were surrounded by water, and residents evacuated.
      In 1923, the Thunder Bay River crested 18 inches over the 1922 ...
  • Arthur Linke with Calf
        Arthur Linke with calf.
      Arthur Linke with calf.
  • Harshaw Home on First Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
        "First Street, South from Chisholm Street, with home of Andrew Harshaw, 1884, - H.C. Beach - Wm. E. Hazell - Tom McDade - J.B. Hubbard, 1959.
      "First Street, South from Chisholm Street, with home of Andrew Harshaw, 1884, ...
  • Potter Home on Washington Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
        "Home of William E. Potter, 306 Washington Ave., 1886. Built 1883, Dismantled 1965."
      "Home of William E. Potter, 306 Washington Ave., 1886. Built 1883, Dismantled ...
  • Fletcher, Johnson, and William Homes on First Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
        "Homes of Frank W. Fletcher, William H. Johnson and William B. Comstock, First Street, 1886"
      "Homes of Frank W. Fletcher, William H. Johnson and William B. Comstock, ...
  • Viall Home on Washington Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
        "Home of J.C. Viall, 511 Washington Ave., 1880"
      "Home of J.C. Viall, 511 Washington Ave., 1880"
  • City Flood Sewer Pipe
        Installation of the city's flood sewer pipes. Dennis Knechtel, about 5, is standing in the center.
      Installation of the city's flood sewer pipes. Dennis Knechtel, about 5, is ...
  • Linke Parade Float
        July 4th parade float created by Linke Florist Shop. Arthur Linke is believed to be the driver, with daughters Dorothy on the left and Margaret on the right. The float is in front of a home on Chisholm Street.
      July 4th parade float created by Linke Florist Shop. Arthur Linke is ...
  • Second Avenue, South of Downtown Alpena
        "Second Street, South from Masonic Block, 1890" "South corner, Second & Washington, 1890"
      "Second Street, South from Masonic Block, 1890" "South corner, Second & Washington, ...
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