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Geographic Location
Alpena
  
Decade
1910-1919
  
  • Reynold's Dry Goods Company Parade Float
        Reynold's Dry Goods Company parade float at the corner of Chisholm Street and Third Avenue at the Beck Block.
      Reynold's Dry Goods Company parade float at the corner of Chisholm Street ...
  • "Flora of Alpena" Parade Float
        "Flora of Alpena" parade float in front of the Beck Block at the corner of Chisholm Street and Third Avenue. "Flora" was the Goddess of Flowers, and this is probably a Linke Florist float.
      "Flora of Alpena" parade float in front of the Beck Block at ...
  • Odd Fellow (I.O.O.F.) Parade Float
        Independent Order of Odd Fellows' (I.O.O.F.) parade float in downtown Alpena.
      Independent Order of Odd Fellows' (I.O.O.F.) parade float in downtown Alpena.
  • W.E. Williams Parade Float
        W.E. Williams parade float in front of the Beck Block on Chisholm Street in Alpena, Michigan. Williams had two businesses in town - undertaker and household furniture.
      W.E. Williams parade float in front of the Beck Block on Chisholm ...
  • Alpena Flyer
        The Alpena Motor Car Company was incorporated in June of 1910 with Daniel Hanover as president. It is interesting to note that prior to this, Hanover had a store, which sold carriages and harnesses. The manufacture of the Alpena Flyer began in October 1910. Capacity was 2,500 automobiles, but only ...
      The Alpena Motor Car Company was incorporated in June of 1910 with ...
  • Hartlep Family Sitting in Grassy Shade in Summer
        Donald, Esther, and Lillian Hartlep sitting in shade during summer.
      Donald, Esther, and Lillian Hartlep sitting in shade during summer.
  • Hartlep Home at 616 Lockwood Street, Alpena, Michigan.
        Esther Hartlep (sitting on porch rail), unidentified girl sitting with Donald Hartlep on steps, and Lillian Hartlep sitting in rocker on the porch of their home at 616 Lockwood Street.
      Esther Hartlep (sitting on porch rail), unidentified girl sitting with Donald Hartlep ...
  • Esther and Donald Hartlep near their home at 616 Lockwood Street in Alpena, Michigan
        Esther and Donald Hartlep near their home at 616 Lockwood Street in Alpena, Michigan.
      Esther and Donald Hartlep near their home at 616 Lockwood Street in ...
  • Donald and Esther Hartlep on the Porch of the Family Home at 616 Lockwood Street in Alpena, Michigan.
        Donald Hartlep in stroller being watched over by his sister, Esther, on the porch of the family home at 616 Lockwood Street in Alpena, Michigan. Esther looks to be in a Native American costume.
      Donald Hartlep in stroller being watched over by his sister, Esther, on ...
  • Donald Hartlep
        Donald Hartlep, about age 1 1/2, outside home.
      Donald Hartlep, about age 1 1/2, outside home.
  • Donald Hartlep
        Donald Hartlep, about age 2, on porch of family home at 616 Lockwood Street in Alpena, Michigan.
      Donald Hartlep, about age 2, on porch of family home at 616 ...
  • Lillian and Donald Hartlep near their home on Lockwood Street in Alpena, Michigan
        Lillian and Donald Hartlep near their home on Lockwood Street in Alpena, Michigan.
      Lillian and Donald Hartlep near their home on Lockwood Street in Alpena, ...
  • Huron Portland Cement Company
        The Huron Portland Cement Company was organized on November 22, 1906. This industry gave a tremendous boost to Alpena's economy after the end of the lumber era. It was once the World's Largest Cement Plant. It is now owned by Lafarge North America.
      The Huron Portland Cement Company was organized on November 22, 1906. This ...
  • Automobile on Water Street
        Automobile on Water Street with the Standard Oil Company office in the background.
      Automobile on Water Street with the Standard Oil Company office in the ...
  • 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. ...
  • McRae Hospital
        The Donald McRae Hospital was located at 608 Washington Avenue in Alpena, Michigan.
      The Donald McRae Hospital was located at 608 Washington Avenue in Alpena, ...
  • Banquet at Armory
        Men's banquet possibly at the Chisholm Street Armory prior to its burning.
      Men's banquet possibly at the Chisholm Street Armory prior to its burning.
  • Leavitt Diving Suit during PEWABIC Salvage
        "In May, 1917 the B.F. Leavitt Diving Armor Company located the wreck [PEWABIC]. Mr. Leavitt was the inventor of Leavitt's Armored Diving Suit. This suit performed fairly well for a while...and the expedition was by far the most successful salvage attempt. But by August, Leavitt was short of cash and ...
      "In May, 1917 the B.F. Leavitt Diving Armor Company located the wreck ...
  • B.F. Leavitt during the Salvage of the PEWABIC
        "In May, 1917 the B.F. Leavitt Diving Armor Company located the wreck [PEWABIC]. Mr. Leavitt was the inventor of Leavitt's Armored Diving Suit. This suit performed fairly well for a while...and the expedition was by far the most successful salvage attempt. But by August, Leavitt was short of cash and ...
      "In May, 1917 the B.F. Leavitt Diving Armor Company located the wreck ...
  • Leavitt Diving Suit during the PEWABIC Salvage
        "In May, 1917 the B.F. Leavitt Diving Armor Company located the wreck [PEWABIC]. Mr. Leavitt was the inventor of Leavitt's Armored Diving Suit. This suit performed fairly well for a while...and the expedition was by far the most successful salvage attempt. But by August, Leavitt was short of cash and ...
      "In May, 1917 the B.F. Leavitt Diving Armor Company located the wreck ...
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