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Kendziorski Interview

'Way Out Wayne' Kendziorski has been entertaining audiences and influencing other musicians for decades. Wayne started forming bands in high...

  Kendziorski Interview
Kaltrider Interview

Trinity Episcopal Church organist Bill Kaltrider's story begins as a lad in Owosso, Michigan who was fascinated with organs. In this interview,...

  Kaltrider Interview
Marvis McNeil Interview

St. Paul Lutheran Church organist Marvis McNeil recounts her life in music from her roots in Alpena to playing the violin in regional...

  Marvis McNeil Interview
Bill Lawrence Interview

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  Bill Lawrence  Interview
Lois Centala on her father, musician Bill Jerome

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  Lois Centala on her father, musician Bill Jerome
Randy Ladkau Interview

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  Randy Ladkau Interview
Ernest (Ernie) Walker Interview

The music and words of local country music artist, Ernest Walker. The music and words of local country music artist, Ernest Walker.

  Ernest (Ernie) Walker Interview
Clint Kirchoff Interview

At age 10, Clint Kirchoff received his first accordion from a Norwegian family in Leer, MI. He studied piano with Mrs. Douville while he was in...

  Clint Kirchoff Interview
James Rasche Interview

August 2016 James Rasche began playing guitar at the age of 14 and performed in the local Alcona music scene. In this interview, James talks...

  James Rasche Interview
Cal Howard Interview

Coming from a musical family, Cal's love for music began at the early age of five and was influenced by his travels growing up in a military...

  Cal Howard Interview
Hanover Harness Shop

The D.D. Hanover Harness Shop was located on Chisholm Street in the back portion of the building that fronted with the original Owl Cafe (corner of...

  Hanover Harness Shop
Alpena City Hall

The construction of Alpena City Hall was completed in 1908. It was constructed with a steeple, which was replace by a cupola. The cupola was...

  Alpena City Hall
Raven's Craig or Pest House

Communicable diseases were a threat in early Alpena. This building, referred to as the "Pest House," was used to quarantine patients. The name is...

  Raven's Craig or Pest House
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"

  Viall Home on Washington Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
Fletcher, Johnson, and William Homes on First Avenue, Alpena, Michigan

Fletcher Home, 3rd north of Hitchcock; Johnson Home, 4th north of Hitchcock; Comstock Home, 5th north of Hitchcock. Residential area of First...

  Fletcher, Johnson, and William Homes on First Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
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....

  Potter Home on Washington Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
Harshaw Home on First Avenue, Alpena, Michigan

Looking along the residential portion of First Avenue from Chisholm Street. Looking along the residential portion of First Avenue from Chisholm...

  Harshaw Home on First Avenue, Alpena, Michigan
Sherman House

The Sherman House (hotel) was located at 217 West Fletcher Street, half way between Commercial and Merchant Streets, opposite the railroad depot....

  Sherman House
Harrington and Jenny Lumber Mill on Thunder Bay River

"Believed to be a picture of the Harrington & Jenny Mill on River Street between Third & Fourth Streets. Sold to the Comstocks and Re-errected...

  Harrington and Jenny Lumber Mill on Thunder Bay River
Downtown Alpena

Looking towards the bridge along the East side of Second Avenue from Chisholm Street. Looking towards the bridge along the East side of Second...

  Downtown Alpena
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