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  • Hardwood for Gilchrist Lumber Company
    Image       "Gilchrist Hardwood, 1899"
    Image     "Gilchrist Hardwood, 1899"
  • Hardwood for Gilchrist Lumber Mill
    Image       "Gilchrist Mill and Hardwood, 1899"
    Image     "Gilchrist Mill and Hardwood, 1899"
  • Huron Handle and Lumber Company
    Image       "Cheney & Stratton Handle Mill, started December 17, 1896"
    Image     "Cheney & Stratton Handle Mill, started December 17, 1896"
  • Alpena Excelsior Company Mill Fire
    Image       "Fire at Excelsior Company Mill at Oldfield Dam, April 3, 1898"
    Image     "Fire at Excelsior Company Mill at Oldfield Dam, April 3, 1898"
  • Downtown Alpena
    Image       "Second Street, North from Chisholm, 1890"
    Image     "Second Street, North from Chisholm, 1890"
  • Habitant Shop, Inc.
    Image       "Habitant Fence Company Plant, Woodward Avenue, July 1, 1962"
    Image     "Habitant Fence Company Plant, Woodward Avenue, July 1, 1962"
  • Besser Stave Mill (aka The Besser - Churchill Co.)
    Image       "Besser Mill Yard, 1897"
    Image     "Besser Mill Yard, 1897"
  • Habitant Shops, Inc.
    Image       "Habitant Shops Inc. 1941. Corner Johnson Street and Woodward Avenue"
    Image     "Habitant Shops Inc. 1941. Corner Johnson Street and Woodward Avenue"
  • Sammy Aikins, Churchill Lumber Company Barn-Boss
    Image       "Sammy Aikins, Churchill Lumber Company Barn-Boss"
    Image     "Sammy Aikins, Churchill Lumber Company Barn-Boss"
  • C. Patrick Labadie Collection
    Group       The Thunder Bay Sanctuary Research Collection is an unusual one and reputed to be one of the finest in the country regarding Great Lakes Maritime History. It represents one of the largest single repositories of historical material concerning 19th Century Great Lakes vessels in existence. Mr. Pat Labadie compiled much ...
    Group     The Thunder Bay Sanctuary Research Collection is an unusual one and reputed to be one of the finest in the country regarding Great Lakes Maritime History. It represents one of ...
  • Funeral Procession
    Image       Believed to be a funeral procession in downtown Alpena along Second Avenue heading south toward Chisholm Street. Photographer is looking north. The Second Avenue Bridge can be seen at the far end.
    Image     Believed to be a funeral procession in downtown Alpena along Second Avenue heading south toward Chisholm Street. Photographer is looking north. The Second Avenue Bridge can be seen at the ...
  • Downtown Alpena
    Image       Second Avenue on the north side of the bridge. McRae Block (1882) is on the right where the Post Office is now located. The Cohen Store is on the left where Alpena Furniture stands today. St. Mary's Church and Immanuel Lutheran Church steeples can be seen in the background.
    Image     Second Avenue on the north side of the bridge. McRae Block (1882) is on the right where the Post Office is now located. The Cohen Store is on the left ...
  • Northern Extract Company
    Image       Northern Extract Company was built in 1891 near the Ninth Street Dam and close to the railroad. Tannic acid was extracted from hemlock bark, boiled down and shipped in barrels. It was used in the tanning of leather.
    Image     Northern Extract Company was built in 1891 near the Ninth Street Dam and close to the railroad. Tannic acid was extracted from hemlock bark, boiled down and shipped in barrels. ...
  • Linke Parade Float
    Image       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.
    Image     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 ...
  • Owl Cafe
    Image       When the original Owl Cafe, on the corner of Chisholm Street and Second Avenue, burned in 1927, it was rebuilt less than a block down on the opposite side of Chisholm Street. This picture shows it before a gas blast in the cellar destroyed the building in 1959.
    Image     When the original Owl Cafe, on the corner of Chisholm Street and Second Avenue, burned in 1927, it was rebuilt less than a block down on the opposite side of ...
  • Alpena Portland Cement Company
    Image       Not to be confused with Huron Portland Cement, the Alpena Portland Cement Company began production in 1901. It was located on the bay just north of the city limits. After closing for seasonal repairs in 1909, the company never reopened.
    Image     Not to be confused with Huron Portland Cement, the Alpena Portland Cement Company began production in 1901. It was located on the bay just north of the city limits. After ...
  • Toddler Portrait
    Image       Believed to be Arthur Linke at about 2 years of ago, c 1892.
    Image     Believed to be Arthur Linke at about 2 years of ago, c 1892.
  • Family Smelling Flowers
    Image       Child smelling bouquet of flowers. The young woman is possibly Dorothy Linke.
    Image     Child smelling bouquet of flowers. The young woman is possibly Dorothy Linke.
  • Adam Ludewig's Birthday Party
    Image       Known as the Dean of Alpena Businessmen, Adam Ludewig came to Alpena in 1871, and owned and operated a bookstore in various Alpena locations for over fifty years. He received many public honors including a life membership in the Elks Club. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge ...
    Image     Known as the Dean of Alpena Businessmen, Adam Ludewig came to Alpena in 1871, and owned and operated a bookstore in various Alpena locations for over fifty years. He received ...
  • Michigan Alkali Quarry
    Image       The Michigan Alkali Company opened a quarry in Alpena, and the first shipment of limestone left in 1903. There was much waste in their production. J. B. Ford, Vice-President of the company, found a solution - make cement from the "waste." The Huron Portland Cement Company was formed, and cement ...
    Image     The Michigan Alkali Company opened a quarry in Alpena, and the first shipment of limestone left in 1903. There was much waste in their production. J. B. Ford, Vice-President of ...
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