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  • Log Sleigh
        Front: Logging Operations near Alpena. Pub. by Adams Book Store, Alpena, Mich. Back: Postmarked Dafoe, Mich., Apr 16, 1914 Mrs. R. T. Haltiner 210 Tutle St, Alpena,Mich. April 15, 1914 Dear Mamma, I got up all right. Mr. Cook was at the station to meet me with a horse. They ...
      Front: Logging Operations near Alpena. Pub. by Adams Book Store, Alpena, Mich. ...
  • Sunbathing on Long Lake
        Front: 10. Sun Bath at Long Lake, Near Alpena, Mich.
      Front: 10. Sun Bath at Long Lake, Near Alpena, Mich.
  • Alpena High School
        Front: Alpena High School
      Front: Alpena High School
  • Churchill Lumber Company
        Front: Churchill Lumber Co., Alpena, Mich. Back: Postmarked Dafoe, Mich., Jul 4, 1914 Mrs, Jenny, Haltiner Alpena, Mich. 210, Tuttle, St. Dear Cousin:-I am writting to find out how you folks are. I am writting for mamma. She was going to write a letter but she had to go and ...
      Front: Churchill Lumber Co., Alpena, Mich. Back: Postmarked Dafoe, Mich., Jul 4, ...
  • Log Sleigh
        Logs on a sled being pulled by horses. Sprinkling water on the road and allowing it to freeze made the sled easier to pull.
      Logs on a sled being pulled by horses. Sprinkling water on the ...
  • Downtown Alpena
        Front: 6. Second Avenue, Alpena, Michigan.
      Front: 6. Second Avenue, Alpena, Michigan.
  • Downtown Alpena
        Back of postcard: Dear Aunt Mame. I received your Easter card and was glad to hear from you. We are all well I am going to write you a letter soon. Write ans. Charlotte Delaney
      Back of postcard: Dear Aunt Mame. I received your Easter card and ...
  • Train Wreck at Sigma, Michigan
        "A mix up at Stearns. Sigma, Mich."
      "A mix up at Stearns. Sigma, Mich."
  • Downtown Alpena
        North Second Avenue facing east from the north side of the Second Avenue Bridge looking toward the site of the present day post office.
      North Second Avenue facing east from the north side of the Second ...
  • Michekewis Beach and Park
        Mich-e-ke-wis Beach and Park was named for a Chippewa Indian Chief who lived in the Alpena area. The Alpena Winter Sports Carnival was held here beginning in 1935. It still is a favorite recreation spot.
      Mich-e-ke-wis Beach and Park was named for a Chippewa Indian Chief who ...
  • Lytle Apartments
        The Lytle Apartments were located at 113-117 West Oldfield Street. This unidentified female is standing in Avery Park.
      The Lytle Apartments were located at 113-117 West Oldfield Street. This unidentified ...
  • Lytle Apartments
        The Lytle Apartments were located at 113-117 West Oldfield Street. This unidentified female is standing in Avery Park.
      The Lytle Apartments were located at 113-117 West Oldfield Street. This unidentified ...
  • Jacob Haltiner
        Jacob Haltiner
      Jacob Haltiner
  • Jacob and Robert Haltiner
        Jacob Haltiner with son, Robert.
      Jacob Haltiner with son, Robert.
  • Anna and Jacob Haltiner
        Anna and Jacob Haltiner
      Anna and Jacob Haltiner
  • Native American Logging Camp
        Unidentified photographs of a Native American logging camp. One photograph is labeled "Camp 32."
      Unidentified photographs of a Native American logging camp. One photograph is labeled ...
  • Hunters posing around Deer Pole
        Haltiner family members part of deer hunting season and deer pole.
      Haltiner family members part of deer hunting season and deer pole.
  • Harbour View Hotel in Presque Isle
        Front: Harbour View Hotel is of the highest type resort hotel. It is 21 miles north of Alpena via good gravel scenic road. F.W. Piepkorn, Owner. Presque Isle, Michigan. (Written below) The hotel burnt down but the cottages are quite comfortable. Back: Harbour View Hotel, with completely furnished cottages, is ...
      Front: Harbour View Hotel is of the highest type resort hotel. It ...
  • Haltiner Family
        Haltiner Family portrait. Front row from left: Elizabeth, Jacob, John, and Albertina. Back row from left: Minnie, Mary, Robert, and Louise. Taken by the Miller Studios in Alpena, Michigan, pre 1891.
      Haltiner Family portrait. Front row from left: Elizabeth, Jacob, John, and Albertina. ...
  • Haltiner Family at Logging Camp
        The Haltiner Family at a logging camp in Northern Michigan.
      The Haltiner Family at a logging camp in Northern Michigan.
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