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  • Remove search term Decade: 1920-1929
  • Michigan State Police Trooper checking a driver and automobile, c 1920s
        Michigan State Police Trooper checking a driver and automobile.
      Michigan State Police Trooper checking a driver and automobile.
  • Sheriff Hatch on County Jail Steps
        Alpena County Sheriff Edwin A. Hatch standing on steps of the jail. The jail was built in 1887 on the north side of Chisholm Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues.
      Alpena County Sheriff Edwin A. Hatch standing on steps of the jail. ...
  • Ninth Street Bridge Collapse
        Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the flood of April 1923.
      Collapse of the Ninth Street Bridge across the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, ...
  • Chisholm Street Bridge
        Chisholm Street Bridge (Thunder Bay River) damaged from flood on April 23, 1923.
      Chisholm Street Bridge (Thunder Bay River) damaged from flood on April 23, ...
  • Ninth Street Bridge
        Ninth Street Bridge, Alpena, Michigan during flood on April 23, 1923.
      Ninth Street Bridge, Alpena, Michigan during flood on April 23, 1923.
  • City Sewer Excavation in Downtown Alpena
        "City Sewer Excavation, South Second Avenue, 1928"
      "City Sewer Excavation, South Second Avenue, 1928"
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Site of Alpena General Hospital
        "Site of Alpena General Hospital, 1923"
      "Site of Alpena General Hospital, 1923"
  • A Partridge
        "Partridge on N. [North] Point Rd. June 14, 1925"
      "Partridge on N. [North] Point Rd. June 14, 1925"
  • West of the Ninth Street Dam along the Thunder Bay River
        "West Ninth Street Dam, April 1923"
      "West Ninth Street Dam, April 1923"
  • A Ground Hog
        "Ground Hog on Spratt Road, 1927"
      "Ground Hog on Spratt Road, 1927"
  • Island Mill Lumber Company, Mill & Banking Grounds
        "Island Mill Lumber Company, Mill & Banking Grounds. Thunder Bay River, Below 9th Street Bridge, 1923"
      "Island Mill Lumber Company, Mill & Banking Grounds. Thunder Bay River, Below ...
  • Thunder Bay River
        "Channel back of Middle Ground, 1920"
      "Channel back of Middle Ground, 1920"
  • Holmes & Reynolds - Alpine Block, Downtown Alpena
        "Owl Cafe, west corner of Second and Chisholm Street, burned February 18, 1927. Holmes & Reynolds - Alpine Block"
      "Owl Cafe, west corner of Second and Chisholm Street, burned February 18, ...
  • Downtown Alpena Fire
        On February 18, 1927, fire destroyed the Reynold's Block located on the southwest corner of Second Avenue and Chisholm Street. Businesses destroyed included the Owl Cafe, Gavagan and Company Confectionery, and Blackburn and Company Insurance. The intense heat from the fire cracked and broke the windows in all nearby buildings.
      On February 18, 1927, fire destroyed the Reynold's Block located on the ...
  • Alpena Fire Department's Fire Engine
        Cecil Morey? (probably refers to engine driver)
      Cecil Morey? (probably refers to engine driver)
  • Downtown Alpena Fire
        Back of photograph, probably written by Fire Chief R. E. Wilson (1874-1951): "lines on top of the Bertrand Building cor Chisholm and Second Ave There are 4 streams o this roof I made a cross where the too you can not see verry well is. We had 9 lines on ...
      Back of photograph, probably written by Fire Chief R. E. Wilson (1874-1951): ...
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