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  • Remove search term Subject: Alpena County Mich.--History
  • Ann Taber's Finding Alpena's Roots
        This narrated slide show was a group project for a graduate class offered through Central Michigan University. It reviews and explains some of the resources available to study the history and people of Alpena.
      This narrated slide show was a group project for a graduate class ...
  • First Baptist Church
        On December 25, 1892, the Baptists dedicated their new brick church at the southeast corner of Third and Lockwood Street. The church cost the Baptist Society $23,000. It was razed in 1962.
      On December 25, 1892, the Baptists dedicated their new brick church at ...
  • Alpena Central High School
        Alpena Central High School c1939 A little history The Union School was completed in 1868 on the block of Second and Dunbar Street. However, the town continued to grow. The board determined the school was not large enough. So in 1889 the Union School was demolished making way for the ...
      Alpena Central High School c1939 A little history The Union School was ...
  • Clown Wagon in 1925 Parade
        O'Callaghan Bros. Welcome - Farmers and - Guarantee Bully Drug Store Service
      O'Callaghan Bros. Welcome - Farmers and - Guarantee Bully Drug Store Service
  • Chisholm Street Bridge
        Two women posing along the edge of the Thunder Bay River, east of the Chisholm Street Bridge, Alpena, Michigan, in 1939. This bridge was built in 1932 and was named the George Washington Memorial Bridge in recognition of the bicentennial anniversary of George Washington's birth in 1732. Trelfa number LM-39-1
      Two women posing along the edge of the Thunder Bay River, east ...
  • Second Avenue Bridge
        Second Avenue Bridge, downtown Alpena, Michigan.
      Second Avenue Bridge, downtown Alpena, Michigan.
  • 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 ...
  • Churchill Lumber Company
        W.L. and H.D. Churchill Lumber Company. This mill was first built by F.N. Barlow in 1871. It was purchased by the Churchills in 1877. During the season of 1882, it cut 17,250,000 feet of lumber and about 5,000,000 feet of lath. The firm also had a store and a wagon ...
      W.L. and H.D. Churchill Lumber Company. This mill was first built by ...
  • Whitney Block
        Whitney Block, 1892, corner of Second Avenue and Chisholm Street, downtown Alpena, Michigan. Built around 1875 and owned by C. C. Whitney. Drugstore on corner. S.C. Brooks clothing store to right. Trelfa number 4-472
      Whitney Block, 1892, corner of Second Avenue and Chisholm Street, downtown Alpena, ...
  • Myers Block
        Myers Block, 1940, North Second Avenue and Water Street (east corner), downtown Alpena, Michigan. Larsen & Co. Furniture Store; Community Auction House, Dick Dunn, Auctioneer; C. E. Mosmer, chiropractor (second floor). Trelfa number 4-550
      Myers Block, 1940, North Second Avenue and Water Street (east corner), downtown ...
  • Four Mile Dam Cinder Path, Thunder Bay River
        Cinder path to Four Mile Dam, Alpena County, Michigan. Taken August 9, 1908. Trelfa number 4-143
      Cinder path to Four Mile Dam, Alpena County, Michigan. Taken August 9, ...
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brands adopted by David Mulvena, 1899, and William Mulvena, 1903.
      Registration for cattle brands adopted by David Mulvena, 1899, and William Mulvena, ...
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by A. S. Roger(s).
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by A. S. Roger(s).
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brand adopted by Henry Kissau, 1923. Log mark form used to register cattle brand.
      Registration for cattle brand adopted by Henry Kissau, 1923. Log mark form ...
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for battle brand adopted by John Keating, 1915.
      Registration for battle brand adopted by John Keating, 1915.
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brands adopted by William Woelk, 1916. Two half sheet records scanned as one record.
      Registration for cattle brands adopted by William Woelk, 1916. Two half sheet ...
  • Cattle Brands
        Registration for cattle brands adopted by Edward Schkofleski, 1919 and 1923.
      Registration for cattle brands adopted by Edward Schkofleski, 1919 and 1923.
  • U.S. Fish Hatchery
        Alpena's U.S. Fish Hatchery was completed in 1882, and proceeded to plant fish in surrounding waters until 1933. In 1928, the hatchery was moved from its original location on Water Street to the rear of City Hall. On September 23, 1933, the hatchery was ordered closed as part of the ...
      Alpena's U.S. Fish Hatchery was completed in 1882, and proceeded to plant ...
  • C. Moench Sons' Company
        By 1890, the lumber industry was in decline. New industries cropped up based on wood as a resource. They used hardwoods and pulpwoods previously ignored. Moench Tannery was one of these new industries. C. Moench Sons' Tannery Company was first operated by John C. and Henry L. Moench of Cattaraugus, ...
      By 1890, the lumber industry was in decline. New industries cropped up ...
  • Independence Day Parade 1962
        Independence Day Parade 1962 #282 French's Machine Shop: William "Bill" French was Alpena's "Mr. Fix-it." Bill started work with his father. Both of them worked on assembling the Alpena Flyer, an automobile built in Alpena between 1910 and 1913. He later opened his own shop. He loved steam engines and ...
      Independence Day Parade 1962 #282 French's Machine Shop: William "Bill" French was ...
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