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  • PEWABIC Salvage
        Salvage crew and stacks of copper salvaged from the passenger vessel PEWABIC, which sank from a collision with the METEOR in 1865.
      Salvage crew and stacks of copper salvaged from the passenger vessel PEWABIC, ...
  • Thunder Bay River Scene
        Ships in the Thunder Bay River below Second Avenue Bridge.
      Ships in the Thunder Bay River below Second Avenue Bridge.
  • Armory Ruins After 1919 Fire
        The original Armory was located on the north side of Chisholm Street near the center of the block between Second and Third Avenues. This is the aftermath of the fire that destroyed the Armory on December 17, 1919.
      The original Armory was located on the north side of Chisholm Street ...
  • Foster's Beauty, Medicinal, and Flavoring Products
        Advertisement for Foster's beauty and medicinal and flavoring products.
      Advertisement for Foster's beauty and medicinal and flavoring products.
  • William Boulton
        "William Boulton was born in England in 1848 and emigrated to Canada...in 1855, later moving to Port Huron, Michigan. In June 1864, at age sixteen, Mr. Boulton arrived in Alpena, Michigan, then a village of 674 persons, on the steamer FORREST QUEEN, and began working in the mills...In early 1865...he ...
      "William Boulton was born in England in 1848 and emigrated to Canada...in ...
  • Men with Horse Team
        Two men with a team of horses.
      Two men with a team of horses.
  • Couch and Horse Team
        Man driving a team of horses pulling a fancy couch.
      Man driving a team of horses pulling a fancy couch.
  • Alpena Fire Department Hose Wagon
        Alpena Fire Department hose cart being driven west on 10th Street at the intersection of Chisholm Street.
      Alpena Fire Department hose cart being driven west on 10th Street at ...
  • Man Driving Horse Cart
        Man driving horse on a stand-behind cart.
      Man driving horse on a stand-behind cart.
  • Horse Drawn "Big Wheels" for Moving Logs
        Horse pulling "big wheels" with log attached.
      Horse pulling "big wheels" with log attached.
  • Men, Boys, and Carriage in Front of Store
        Horse and cart in front of an Alpena store.
      Horse and cart in front of an Alpena store.
  • Parade in Downtown Alpena
        A parade on North Second Avenue between Chisholm and River Streets, just turning on to West River Street.
      A parade on North Second Avenue between Chisholm and River Streets, just ...
  • Downtown Alpena
        Parade on Dock Street (North Second Avenue). Photograph taken from the bridge. Bolton and McRae Store (left) is at the corner of Fletcher Street.
      Parade on Dock Street (North Second Avenue). Photograph taken from the bridge. ...
  • Downtown Alpena
        Second Avenue looking north from Lockwood Street. The three-story Masonic Block is far left.
      Second Avenue looking north from Lockwood Street. The three-story Masonic Block is ...
  • Downtown Alpena
        Chisholm Street looking northwest from Second Avenue. The original Owl Cafe is far left.
      Chisholm Street looking northwest from Second Avenue. The original Owl Cafe is ...
  • Downtown Alpena
        Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Chisholm Street. W.H. Davison store is far right.
      Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Chisholm Street. W.H. Davison store is ...
  • Downtown Alpena
        Chisholm Street taken from about First Avenue looking northwest to intersection of Second Avenue. Davison Block is far right.
      Chisholm Street taken from about First Avenue looking northwest to intersection of ...
  • Clearing Ice and Snow
        Possibly snowplowing or scraping the streets in winter.
      Possibly snowplowing or scraping the streets in winter.
  • Alpena Fire Department Hose Wagon
        Alpena Fire Department hose cart of Fletcher Street. The Hose House was located on Fletcher Street.
      Alpena Fire Department hose cart of Fletcher Street. The Hose House was ...
  • Downtown Alpena
        Second Avenue looking north from Washington Avenue in Downtown Alpena. The small boy by the electric pole is said to be Fred Trelfa, who later became quite an Alpena historian and photographer. Masonic Block is on left, and the Second Avenue Bridge is far center.
      Second Avenue looking north from Washington Avenue in Downtown Alpena. The small ...
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