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  • Contributors: Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
  • Collections: Knechtel Collection
  • Collections: Knechtel Collection
  • Collections: Knechtel Collection
  • Decade: 1920-1929
  • Decade: 1920-1929
  • Decade: 1920-1929
  • Adams Parade Wagons
        Adam's Express, Adam's Freight, and American Express Agency parade wagons, c1920.
      Adam's Express, Adam's Freight, and American Express Agency parade wagons, c1920.
  • Albert Linke?
        Believed to be Albert Linke at about age 16 around 1928.
      Believed to be Albert Linke at about age 16 around 1928.
  • Albert, Margaret, Dorothy, and Leo Linke in Buggy
        Albert, Margaret, Dorothy, and Leo Linke in a buggy next to the Linke's greenhouses.
      Albert, Margaret, Dorothy, and Leo Linke in a buggy next to the ...
  • Alpena Board of Commerce Band
        The Alpena Board of Commerce Band in uniform standing in front of City Hall.
      The Alpena Board of Commerce Band in uniform standing in front of ...
  • Alpena Board of Commerce Band
        photo by Garlock [sp?] U.S.S. Arizona Oct. 17 - 1923
      photo by Garlock [sp?] U.S.S. Arizona Oct. 17 - 1923
  • Alpena Excelsior Company
        The Alpena Excelsior Company plant was located on Woodward Avenue near West Miller. It was incorporated in 1892 with George Shannon as president, J.C. Walker as secretary, F.W. Fletcher as Treasurer, and J.A. Corbin as foreman. The company manufactured all grades of excelsior for carriages, mattresses, caskets, upholstery, and packing. ...
      The Alpena Excelsior Company plant was located on Woodward Avenue near West ...
  • Alpena Excelsior Company
        The Alpena Excelsior Company plant was located on Woodward Avenue near West Miller. It was incorporated in 1892 with George Shannon as president, J.C. Walker as secretary, F.W. Fletcher as Treasurer, and J.A. Corbin as foreman. The company manufactured all grades of excelsior for carriages, mattresses, caskets, upholstery, and packing. ...
      The Alpena Excelsior Company plant was located on Woodward Avenue near West ...
  • Alpena Fire Department
        Alpena Fire Department crew posing with shovels in the Winter of probably 1922.
      Alpena Fire Department crew posing with shovels in the Winter of probably ...
  • Alpena Fire Department Fire Truck
        The Alpena Fire Department crew in the Winter of 1922 with its first fire truck.
      The Alpena Fire Department crew in the Winter of 1922 with its ...
  • Arthur Linke with Calf
        Arthur Linke with calf.
      Arthur Linke with calf.
  • The Bear
        The bear at the Alpena Fire Department Zoo.
      The bear at the Alpena Fire Department Zoo.
  • Children of Arthur Linke
        The children of Arthur Linke and Ann A. Mensavitz, from oldest to youngest with approximate ages, are Albert (8), Dorothy (6), Leo (3 1/2), and Margaret (8 months). Margaret was the donor's (Dennis Knechtel) mother. She married Richard Knechtel on January 31, 1942.
      The children of Arthur Linke and Ann A. Mensavitz, from oldest to ...
  • Children Outside in Summer
        Children sitting outside in summertime. Believed to be Leo and Margaret Linke.
      Children sitting outside in summertime. Believed to be Leo and Margaret Linke.
  • 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
  • Dougal McKenzie
        Chief of Police Dougal McKenzie prior to the Lyon Brother incident in March 1926. The Lyon Brothers killed Special Investigator for the American Railway Express Company, Frank McGrath, in Norwalk, Ohio. McGrath was shot when he went to question the Lyon Brothers about a robbery at the Express Company office. ...
      Chief of Police Dougal McKenzie prior to the Lyon Brother incident in ...
  • Downtown Alpena Fire
        This downtown fire was located on the west side of Second Avenue between Chisholm and Rivers Streets in the early 1920s.
      This downtown fire was located on the west side of Second Avenue ...
  • Engine House No. 1
        Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third Avenue and River Street.
      Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced ...
  • Engine House No. 1
        Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third Avenue and River Street. This was the first ladder truck owned by the Alpena Fire Department, circa 1920s.
      Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced ...
  • Fletcher Office Building
        The Fletcher Office Building was originally a bath house built by the Alpena Magnetic Sulphur Springs Company in 1892. Mineral water was supplied by a 1,276 foot flowing well on the property. It was not a success and closed after just a few years. The building was purchased by the ...
      The Fletcher Office Building was originally a bath house built by the ...
  • Flood of 1923
        In 1923, the Thunder Bay River crested 18 inches over the 1922 record high. The Chisholm Street and Ninth Street bridges collapsed. Homes near Ninth Street and Washington Avenue were surrounded by water, and residents evacuated.
      In 1923, the Thunder Bay River crested 18 inches over the 1922 ...
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