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  • Decade: 1940-1949
  • Decade: 1940-1949
  • Thunder Bay River above the Second Avenue Bridge
        "South Bank of River above Bridge, May 4, 1940"
      "South Bank of River above Bridge, May 4, 1940"
  • Thunder Bay River below the Ninth Street Dam
        "West from City Water Tank, May 4, 1940"
      "West from City Water Tank, May 4, 1940"
  • Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan
        "West from City Water Tank, May 4, 1940"
      "West from City Water Tank, May 4, 1940"
  • Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan
        "South Bank of River above Middle Ground, May 4, 1940"
      "South Bank of River above Middle Ground, May 4, 1940"
  • Above the Second Avenue Bridge on the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan
        "South Bank of River at Middle Ground, May 4, 1940"
      "South Bank of River at Middle Ground, May 4, 1940"
  • Thunder Bay River near Fifth Street
        "South Bank River at Fifth, May 4, 1940"
      "South Bank River at Fifth, May 4, 1940"
  • Along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan
        "South-West from Fletcher Tower, May 4, 1940"
      "South-West from Fletcher Tower, May 4, 1940"
  • Bungalo Inn
        The Bungalo Inn, located at 215 State Avenue, was a favorite tourist destination. Located across from Bay View Park, its location was excellent. The Inn was run by Mrs. Ann Vander Noot.
      The Bungalo Inn, located at 215 State Avenue, was a favorite tourist ...
  • Alpena Central High School
        Alpena Central High School 1942 In April of 1940 Alpena High School Burned. Classes were held in Memorial Hall, American Legion, Civic League and the Boys Club. The citizens really pulled together to get the children back in school quickly. The New Alpena Central High School was built in 1941 ...
      Alpena Central High School 1942 In April of 1940 Alpena High School ...
  • William Fay McGee
        Fay McGee was a laborer and worked at the Huron Portland Cement Company. In the 1930 Alpena City Directory, he is listed as boarding at 203 W. Washington Avenue, which was the Iroquois Hotel.
      Fay McGee was a laborer and worked at the Huron Portland Cement ...
  • Linke Cemetery Plot
        The Linke Family plot in the original portion of Evergreen Cemetery in section A-170. Visible are the grave markers of Hannah D. Linke who was buried on March 16, 1938 and Alfred Julius Linke who was buried on May 17, 1937.
      The Linke Family plot in the original portion of Evergreen Cemetery in ...
  • Family Smelling Flowers
        Child smelling bouquet of flowers. The young woman is possibly Dorothy Linke.
      Child smelling bouquet of flowers. The young woman is possibly Dorothy Linke.
  • Building
        Unknown building believed to be in Alpena County, in the late 1940s or early 1950s.
      Unknown building believed to be in Alpena County, in the late 1940s ...
  • Alpena Central High School Fire
        The burning of the Alpena Central High School on April 14, 1940.
      The burning of the Alpena Central High School on April 14, 1940.
  • Alpena Central High School Fire
        The burning of the Alpena Central High School on April 14, 1940.
      The burning of the Alpena Central High School on April 14, 1940.
  • Alpena Central High School Fire
        The burning of the Alpena Central High School on April 14, 1940.
      The burning of the Alpena Central High School on April 14, 1940.
  • Federal Building
        The U. S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan This elegant example of Renaissance Revival architecture was constructed during 1911-1912. The Federal Building is executed in brick faced with smooth ashlar. A balustrade tops the modillioned cornice. The upper story contains small paired rectangular window openings, ...
      The U. S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, ...
  • Federal Building
        The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, c1940s.
      The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, ...
  • Seven Mile Dam
        7-Mile Dam Alpena, Mich. 5-413
      7-Mile Dam Alpena, Mich. 5-413
  • Second Avenue Bridge
        The New Bridge Alpena, Mich. D-488
      The New Bridge Alpena, Mich. D-488
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