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  • Thunder Bay River Bank Below Ninth Street Bridge
    Image       "Below 9th Street Bridge, 1912"
    Image     "Below 9th Street Bridge, 1912"
  • Fletcher, Pack & Company River Mill along the Thunder Bay River
    Image       "Fletcher, Pack & Company River Mill, 1890. On Paper Mill site"...
    Image     "Fletcher, Pack & Company River Mill, 1890. On Paper Mill site"...
  • At the Mouth of the Thunder Bay River
    Image       "W.L. & H.D. Churchill Lumber Docks at mouth of Thunder Bay River, West Side"
    Image     "W.L. & H.D. Churchill Lumber Docks at mouth of Thunder Bay River, West Side"
  • Minor Lumber Company at the Mouth of the Thunder Bay River
    Image       "Minor Lumber Company, Bay Mill and Dock, 1889"
    Image     "Minor Lumber Company, Bay Mill and Dock, 1889"
  • Oldfield Dam and Builder Moses Brown
    Image       "Oldfield Dam and Builder Moses Brown, April, 1881"
    Image     "Oldfield Dam and Builder Moses Brown, April, 1881"
  • Thunder Bay River
    Image       "Channel back of Middle Ground, 1920"
    Image     "Channel back of Middle Ground, 1920"
  • Sorting Crew at Minor Gap, Thunder Bay River
    Image       "Sorting Crew at Minor Gap, 1900"
    Image     "Sorting Crew at Minor Gap, 1900"
  • Beaver Dam on Thunder Bay River
    Image       "Beaver Dam near King Bridge on North Branch, Oct. 4, 1953"
    Image     "Beaver Dam near King Bridge on North Branch, Oct. 4, 1953"
  • Thunder Bay River
    ImageCollection       The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched along the river banks.
    ImageCollection     The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched along the river banks.
  • Thunder Bay River
    ImageCollection       The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched along the river banks.
    ImageCollection     The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched along the river banks.
  • Churchill Lumber Mill at Mouth of Thunder Bay River
    Image       Churchill Lumber Mill at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River. The cone shaped structure is a "burner" used to burn sawdust, bark, and trimmings. Floating "booms," made of logs chained together, separated the property of one company from that of another. From the booms, logs were floated to the ...
    Image     Churchill Lumber Mill at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River. The cone shaped structure is a "burner" used to burn sawdust, bark, and trimmings. Floating "booms," made of logs ...
  • Fletcher Paper Company
    Image       During January 1898, George N. Fletcher and Sons commenced the erection of a large paper mill on Fletcher Street near Pine Street opposite their Sulphite Paper Pulp factory. The first paper was made on January 7, 1899 and was manila paper. The factory closed in the December 2000.
    Image     During January 1898, George N. Fletcher and Sons commenced the erection of a large paper mill on Fletcher Street near Pine Street opposite their Sulphite Paper Pulp factory. The first ...
  • Thunder Bay River, May 1961
    Image       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 ...
    Image     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 ...
  • 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 Temporary Foot Bridge
    Image       Temporary Foot Bridge across the Thunder Bay River during the repair of the Second Avenue Bridge and reconstruction of the bridge abutments during the Spring and Summer of 1919. The Second Avenue Bridge reopened to traffic on July 21, 1919. This image shows the foot bridge connecting to the north ...
    Image     Temporary Foot Bridge across the Thunder Bay River during the repair of the Second Avenue Bridge and reconstruction of the bridge abutments during the Spring and Summer of 1919. The ...
  • Aerial View of Potter Hill Farm and Four Mile Dam
    Image       Aerial view from Potter Hill Farm (center lower left) to Four Mile Dam (upper left) along the Thunder Bay River and Long Rapids Road, Alpena County, Michigan
    Image     Aerial view from Potter Hill Farm (center lower left) to Four Mile Dam (upper left) along the Thunder Bay River and Long Rapids Road, Alpena County, Michigan
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan.
    Image     Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan.
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan, Winter 1900.
    Image     Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan, Winter 1900.
  • Richardson Dam
    Image       Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan, 1900.
    Image     Richardson Dam, originally Oldfield Dam, across the Thunder Bay River near Tenth Street, Alpena, Michigan, 1900.
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