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  • St. Paul Lutheran Church Banquet
        Possibly a banquet and program for the 25th Anniversary of the St.Paul Lutheran Church in 1915.
      Possibly a banquet and program for the 25th Anniversary of the St.Paul ...
  • Dennis Knechtel with Mother and Sister
        Dennis Knechtel with probably his mother, Margaret Linke Knechtel, and his sister.
      Dennis Knechtel with probably his mother, Margaret Linke Knechtel, and his sister.
  • Group of People Outside
        Men, women, and children standing outside in late Spring or early Fall in an unknown location.
      Men, women, and children standing outside in late Spring or early Fall ...
  • St. Bernard's Catholic Church
        St. Bernard's Parish had its beginning in 1861 when Bishop Baraga traveled here from Sault Ste. Marie on snowshoes. Father Patrick Murray had the church, that is shown, built in 1866. It was located across the street from the present St. Bernard's Church.
      St. Bernard's Parish had its beginning in 1861 when Bishop Baraga traveled ...
  • Fletcher Camp
        People in front of a logging camp during the winter could be family visiting or cooks with their helpers and chore boys.
      People in front of a logging camp during the winter could be ...
  • Ludwig R. Balken / Ludvig Rosenkrantz Balchen
        Ludwig R. Balken was born in Norway on June 11, 1865, immigrated to America in 1886, and married Margaret Eastonson in Evanston, Illinois on August 1, 1888. According to city directories, he was in Alpena as an owner of a laundry business under various names until about 1908. Ludwig resided ...
      Ludwig R. Balken was born in Norway on June 11, 1865, immigrated ...
  • Middle Island: People at Big Rock
        Four unidentified people at the big rock at Middle Island.
      Four unidentified people at the big rock at Middle Island.
  • Middle Island:  Family on Sailboat at Dock
        Lillian Hartlep, right, with daughter Esther, and two unidentified people aboard a small sailboat docked at Middle Island.
      Lillian Hartlep, right, with daughter Esther, and two unidentified people aboard a ...
  • Epsteyn Clothing Store, Downtown Alpena
        "N.H. Epsteyn, the one-price Clothier"
      "N.H. Epsteyn, the one-price Clothier"
  • Alpena County Fairgrounds
        "The Alpena Driving Club was organized February 19th, 1894, with W.L. Churchill as president and Dr. Ritchie as secretary. On July 4, 1894. the Alpena Driving Club gave their first race on their new half mile track at the fairgrounds. Over 800 wagon loads of cedar bark and 500 railway ...
      "The Alpena Driving Club was organized February 19th, 1894, with W.L. Churchill ...
  • Men with Bear Cubs at Union House
        Men with bear cubs outside the Union Hotel, Alpena.
      Men with bear cubs outside the Union Hotel, Alpena.
  • Old Main Street, Hillman
        Main Street, Hillman.
      Main Street, Hillman.
  • Gathering in front of Alpena's City Hall
        A gathering of vehicles and people in front of Alpena's City Hall. The Fletcher Office Building and Library are on the left.
      A gathering of vehicles and people in front of Alpena's City Hall. ...
  • Adam Ludewig's Bookstore
        Known as the Dean of Alpena Businessmen, Adam Ludewig came to Alpena in 1871, and owned and operated a bookstore in various Alpena locations for over fifty years. He received many public honors including a life membership in the Elks Club. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge ...
      Known as the Dean of Alpena Businessmen, Adam Ludewig came to Alpena ...
  • Centennial Building, Downtown Alpena
        The 1876 Centennial Building at the corner of First Avenue, Washington Avenue, and Chisholm Street.
      The 1876 Centennial Building at the corner of First Avenue, Washington Avenue, ...
  • Alpena News Interior
        Interior view of The Alpena News office, then located on River Street between Second and Third Avenues.
      Interior view of The Alpena News office, then located on River Street ...
  • Sells Brothers' Circus Parade
        Sells Brothers' Circus Parade traveling down Second Avenue through Downtown Alpena on Saturday, May 21, 1887.
      Sells Brothers' Circus Parade traveling down Second Avenue through Downtown Alpena on ...
  • Laying of the Federal Building Cornerstone
        The laying of the cornerstone of the Federal Building accorded on April 9, 1912. The Federal Building is located on Water Street at the end of First Avenue along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. This building housed the weather bureau, customs office and the post office from 1913 ...
      The laying of the cornerstone of the Federal Building accorded on April ...
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