c1950s 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
c1940 The fourth Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, c1940. Alpena Furniture Store in background. The New Bridge Alpena, Mich. D-488
c1890 Sleigh pulled by horses crossing the third Second Avenue Bridge heading into downtown Alpena, Michigan. This bridge across the Thunder Bay River was built in 1886. Cohen's Store (or Alpena Furniture Store) is in the background. St. Mary's Steeple (faint) is on far right.
c1950 Aerial view showing the Memorial Hall (aka Alpena National Guard Armory) on upper right and the City Hall on the upper left in Alpena, Michigan. The U.S. Federal Building is in the far upper right next to the Armory.
c1930-1935 Aerial view showing section between the corner of State Street and Chisholm Street to land behind City Hall close to the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Corner of State and Chisholm Streets at far upper left corner. Carter House is the third house from the top along Chisholm Street. The...
July 26, 1880 Log mark or marks for F C Folkert in Alpena, Michigan, 1880.
c1923 The third Second Avenue Bridge across the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, looking southwest. Alpena Furniture is large building. References to dynamiting and the flood of April 1923.
Log mark or marks for G. A. Butterfield in Alpena, Michigan.
Log mark or marks for Widner, J. A. in Alpena, Michigan.
Late 1950s The Chapel at Evergreen Cemetery on Washington Avenue near the Thunder Bay River in Alpena.
c 1910 Elementary students as Cass School. The Cass School was located on Sable Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It is currently a private residence. Boy in exact center is noted as "Oliver."
c 1967 "In 1864 or 1865, the Board of Supervisors made a contract for clearing Jessie Square made a contract for clearing Jessie Square and erecting a suitable building for a jail. It was built on Chisholm street, and made of two-inch plank, doubled and fastened together with spikes driven close...
1905 Richard Lumber Company had a mill along the Thunder Bay river above the Churchill Mill and also had a mill further North along the Thunder Bay. The Library holds an extensive collection of Richardson Lumber Company Records. See the Harris/Richardson Collection in Special Collections. "Richardson...
Official No.: 61151; 1876 Owned Pearce & Beck, Montreal, QUE.
1878 Owned Benjamin Bush, Oakville, ONT; C61151; 61.5 x 17.4 x 5; 54 registered tons.
Official No.: 57893; Dimensions (LBD): 51.4' x 16.5' x 3' ; 1887, Nov 28 Owned James Turnbull, Port Huron, MI.
1888, Jun 4 Owned Charles A. Fox.
1890, Sep 9 Owned George O. Harden.
1896, Dec 30 Enrollment surrendered, Port Huron, "Abandoned".; Original Owner: Marcus W. Packard, Alpena
Dimensions (LBD): 64.5' x 17.4' x 5' ; 1870, Jul 25 Enrolled Port Huron.; Original Owner: Paul Boges, Alpena, MI
Official No.: 157462; Dimensions (LBD): 58' x 13.3' x 3.5' ; 1902, Apr 21 Enrolled Port Huron; owned John Beck, Alpena, MI.
1908, Jun 24 Documents surrendered; taken to inland waters.; Original Owner: F. Christie, Alpena, MI.
1871 Owned at Alpena, MI.
Official No.: 105856; Final Date: 20 Nov 1880; Dimensions (LBD): 36' x 9' x 6.3' ; 1880, Nov 20 Stranded & destroyed by waves & ice. Later broke her moorings, drifted away & foundered. Owned Thunder Bay Boom Co.(Churchill).; Original Owner: W.S. Churchill, Alpena, MI; Final Location: N....
Final Date: Sep 1870; Dimensions (LBD): 102.2' x 26.6' x 7' ; 1870, Sep Ashore Long Point, Lake Erie.
; Original Owner: Andrew Bates, Alpena, MI.; Final Location: Long Point.
Lake Erie., Ashore.; Bound Buffalo, NY - Cleveland, OH, went ashore & wrecked in heavy weather.
1877, Dec 1 ...