Alpena & Northeast Michigan Postcard Collection
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  • 256 Eagle Hotel Fire, 1928
        Eagle Hotel Fire (Lockwood St. ?), March 17, 1928
      Eagle Hotel Fire (Lockwood St. ?), March 17, 1928
  • 213 South Second Avenue
        South Second Avenue looking Southwest, Alpena, Mich.
      South Second Avenue looking Southwest, Alpena, Mich.
  • 214 South Second Avenue
        South Second Avenue at corner of Chisholm St., Alpena, Mich.
      South Second Avenue at corner of Chisholm St., Alpena, Mich.
  • 218 South Second Avenue
        To: Alpena News, Park Place, Alpena, Mich. Dear Sir:- What year was the picture on this post card taken? And what make of car is the one parked by the Florsheim Shoe sign? Just curious – Mrs L. Burnham, 306 Tawas St., City
      To: Alpena News, Park Place, Alpena, Mich. Dear Sir:- What year was ...
  • 219 South Second Avenue
        South Second Avenue, Alpena, Mich.
      South Second Avenue, Alpena, Mich.
  • 216 South Second Avenue
        South Second Avenue from about Lockwood St. looking Northeast towards Chisholm St., Alpena, Mich.
      South Second Avenue from about Lockwood St. looking Northeast towards Chisholm St., ...
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Alpena & Northeast Michigan Postcard Collection


The majority of the postcards in this collection were gathered by the Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan. As part of a collaborative effort to preserve archival materials, this collection was transferred to the Alpena County Library. Individual Postcards that have since been donated to the Library have been added to this collection. The donor name, when known, has been added to the record. The number preceding the title is only indicating the numerical order of scanning. It does not pertain to the image itself.