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  • Federal Building
        The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, 1981. The U.S. Coast Guard occupied a portion of the building for several years. 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 ...
      The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, ...
  • Federal Building
        The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, 1981. The U.S. Coast Guard occupied a portion of the building for several years. 145 Water Street.
      The U.S. Federal Building along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, ...
  • Eddy Engineering
        The Eddy Family has a long history of doing business in Alpena. The Alpena City Directory for 1893-1894 lists the "Eddy Brother (Nelson M. and Henry G.). Plumbers and Steam Fitters and Hot Air Heating, 110 E. Washington av." In the early 1900s, they built the Eddy Block as home ...
      The Eddy Family has a long history of doing business in Alpena. ...
  • Federal Building
        Interior images of the U.S Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan, showing window and ceiling arches. 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 ...
      Interior images of the U.S Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan, showing window ...
  • Federal Building
        Interior stairwell of the U.S. Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan. 145 Water Street.
      Interior stairwell of the U.S. Federal Building in Alpena, Michigan. 145 Water ...
  • Flock of Geese Feeding Behind Alpena Community College
        "Honkers Feeding, Aug. 5, 1964, Back of Community College"
      "Honkers Feeding, Aug. 5, 1964, Back of Community College"
  • Peoples State Bank
        "New Peoples State Bank, Corner Chisholm and Third, November 29, 1964"
      "New Peoples State Bank, Corner Chisholm and Third, November 29, 1964"
  • White-tailed Deer in Field
        "Deer at Grass Farm, Nov. 10, 1963"
      "Deer at Grass Farm, Nov. 10, 1963"
  • Feeding the Birds
        "Birds feeding, May 1963"
      "Birds feeding, May 1963"
  • Habitant Shop, Inc.
        "Habitant Fence Company Plant, Woodward Avenue, July 1, 1962"
      "Habitant Fence Company Plant, Woodward Avenue, July 1, 1962"
  • Paving Merchant Street
        "Spreading Asphalt, Merchant Street, June 27, 1962"
      "Spreading Asphalt, Merchant Street, June 27, 1962"
  • Digging Tree Stumps
        "Stump removal, Merchant Street, October 17, 1962"
      "Stump removal, Merchant Street, October 17, 1962"
  • City of Alpena Disposal Plant
        "City Disposal Plant, June 21, 1961"
      "City Disposal Plant, June 21, 1961"
  • Birds on a Winter Morning
        "Waiting for breakfast, January 25, 1961"
      "Waiting for breakfast, January 25, 1961"
  • Alpena Waterfront on Thunder Bay, Lake Huron
        "Alpena Waterfront from Small Boat Harbor, Showing Disposal Plant and Oil Tanks, June 30, 1960"
      "Alpena Waterfront from Small Boat Harbor, Showing Disposal Plant and Oil Tanks, ...
  • Schooner Anchors
        "Port anchor of old schooner at Frank Ryder Home, North Branch, MI, October 5, 1951" - "Anchor in Port Sanilac Port, Oct. 6, 1951. Recovered from old schooner off Indian Creek"
      "Port anchor of old schooner at Frank Ryder Home, North Branch, MI, ...
  • Construction of the Shopping Center in Downtown Alpena
        "Park Place Shopping Center Construction, June 21, 1960"
      "Park Place Shopping Center Construction, June 21, 1960"
  • Commercial Fishing Tugs docked at the entrance of the Thunder Bay River
        "South from Thunder Bay Milling Company showing Fish Tugs"
      "South from Thunder Bay Milling Company showing Fish Tugs"
  • Thunder Bay River below the Second Avenue Bridge
        "West from Thunder Bay Milling Co., showing Second Ave., Bridge and Sail Boats at Dock"
      "West from Thunder Bay Milling Co., showing Second Ave., Bridge and Sail ...
  • Carter Home
        The Carter Family. The following is an excerpt from Robert Haltiner's "The Town That Wouldn't Die": "In November, 1856, Daniel Carter brought his wife Sarah and daughter Mary to what was to become Alpena - thus becoming Alpena's first family of permanent white settlers. When the Carters arrived here there ...
      The Carter Family. The following is an excerpt from Robert Haltiner's "The ...
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