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  • C. Moench Sons' Tannery Company
        C. Moench Sons' Tannery Company operated by John C. and Henry L. Moench of Cattaraugus, NY, and William Kreb. The tannery was located at the end of Washington Avenue, west of Alpena.
      C. Moench Sons' Tannery Company operated by John C. and Henry L. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Cass School
        The Cass School was located on Sable Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It is currently a private residence.
      The Cass School was located on Sable Street, between Fifth and Sixth ...
  • Cass School Students
        Elementary students as Cass School. The Cass School was located on Sable Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It is currently a private residence.
      Elementary students as Cass School. The Cass School was located on Sable ...
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for a cattle brand adopted by Millard Allen, 1914.
      Registration for a cattle brand adopted by Millard Allen, 1914.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle and sheep brands adopted by Albert Chabot, 1915.
      Registration for cattle and sheep brands adopted by Albert Chabot, 1915.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by Louis Hoppe, 1920.
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by Louis Hoppe, 1920.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by John Jackson, 1917.
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by John Jackson, 1917.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by John Jackson, 1928.
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by John Jackson, 1928.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by William Johnson, 1918.
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by William Johnson, 1918.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for battle brand adopted by John Keating, 1915.
      Registration for battle brand adopted by John Keating, 1915.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by Henry Kissau, 1923.
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by Henry Kissau, 1923.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brands adopted by David Mulvena, 1899, and William Mulvena, 1903.
      Registration for cattle brands adopted by David Mulvena, 1899, and William Mulvena, ...
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by A. S. Roger(s).
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by A. S. Roger(s).
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brands adopted by Edward Schkofleski, 1919 and 1923.
      Registration for cattle brands adopted by Edward Schkofleski, 1919 and 1923.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brands adopted by William Woelk, 1916.
      Registration for cattle brands adopted by William Woelk, 1916.
  • Centennial Block
        (Reverse) Postmarked Oct. 23, 1912, 9 am, Applegate (?), Mich. To: Mrs. Wm McLean, Richmond, Mich. Oct. 22, 1912 Hello Cora and how you's all are. how is little George. We are all quite well. Aunt Jane is hear yet don't know when she will go. Cora I am going ...
      (Reverse) Postmarked Oct. 23, 1912, 9 am, Applegate (?), Mich. To: Mrs. ...
  • Centennial Block
        Centennial Building, 1880, corner of 1st Avenue, Washington Avenue, and Chisholm Street, Alpena, Michigan.
      Centennial Building, 1880, corner of 1st Avenue, Washington Avenue, and Chisholm Street, ...
  • Chisholm Street Bridge
        Two women posing along the edge of the Thunder Bay River, east of the Chisholm Street Bridge, Alpena, Michigan, in 1939. This bridge was built in 1932 and was named the George Washington Memorial Bridge in recognition of the bicentennial anniversary of George Washington's birth in 1732.
      Two women posing along the edge of the Thunder Bay River, east ...
  • Chisholm Street Bridge
        Chisholm Street Bridge. This bridge was damaged during a Spring flood in 1923, but not rebuilt until 1932 when it was renamed the George Washington Memorial Bridge. Note the logs in the Thunder Bay River, which were being moved to the sawmills at the mouth of the river.
      Chisholm Street Bridge. This bridge was damaged during a Spring flood in ...
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