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Gay's Baseball Team

Sports Personnel, Athletes, Manners and Customs, Recreation, Sports, Ball Games, Baseball, One of Gay's Baseball Teams [Baseball team with uniforms and equipment posing outside in Gay, Michigan]

Scanned: July 12, 2017


The School at Gay

Buildings, Public Buildings, Persons, Education, Education, Elementary The School at Gay [School children and teacher in front of school house at Gay, Michigan]

Scanned: July 12, 2017


Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics Building

Buildings, Engineering, Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher [The Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics (MEEM) Building soon after its construction]

Scanned: July 5, 2017


Corner of Isle Royale and Sheldon Streets

Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Corner of Sheldon and Isle Royale Sts. where Houghton National Bank Stands. [Image of several buildings lining the dirt road. A man leans against a post in front of a building.]

Scanned: March 15, 2017


Biography - Earl Tappan Stannard

Persons, Engineering, Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher Earl Tappan Stannard, Doctor of Engineering, 1936. [A portrait of Earl Tappan Stannard, President of the Kennecott Copper Corporation and Michigan Tech Honorary Degree Recipient.]

Scanned: March 9, 2017


Portrait of an Unidentified Woman

Persons, , [Studio portrait of an unidentified woman standing in front of an outdoor scene.]

Scanned: March 2, 2017


Crebassa Family Portrait

Persons, , Peter Crebassa at left. [Studio portrait of the Crebassa family. Peter Crebassa at left with 3 members of the family.]

Scanned: March 2, 2017


M.E. Church at Zeba

Buildings, Church Buildings, , M.E. Church at Zeba [Exterior view of the Methodist Church at Zeba, MI .]

Scanned: February 7, 2017


Ghyllbank

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Company Towns, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, [Mining town site Ghyllbank on Isle Royale. The town was owned by the Wendigo Copper Company in the early 1890s. Image shows various buildings standing in a forest clearing near the water. Some boats are anchored in the bay.]

Scanned: February 1, 2017


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