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Red Owl Grocery Store - Hancock

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive, Persons [Exterior view of the building.]

Scanned: January 14, 2011


Buildings - Stores - Mass City

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons, Transportation, Automotive Mass Co-operative Co., circa 1919 (Lukkarila) [Men, women and children stand on the wooden sidewalk in front of the department store. Two vintage automobiles are parked near the store.]

Scanned: February 19, 2008


Cities & Towns - Houghton - Street Scenes

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive, Persons [Photo of downtown Houghton showing the Sherwin Williams paint store, Kukkonen's Hallmark Store, the Lakeview Lounge, Lompri's Carpet Mart, Newberry's, Swift Hardware and Haugs Jewelry store.]

Scanned: March 27, 2008


Buildings - Restaurants

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Restaurants, Transportation, Automotive, Persons Shoreline Motel & Restaurant, Eagle Harbor, Mich. (Owned by La Mute family). [A log cabin type of building with curtains in the window. Vehicles are parked nearby. ]

Scanned: February 25, 2008


Cities and Towns - Houghton

Transportation, Automotive, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons Shelden Street, West [Post card image of Shelden Ave. showing the Michigan Bell Telephone Company, Houghton County Electric Light Company, Hamar Quandt Builders, Dr. Alfred Labine, Surgeon, Krolls Drug Store, Huss Beauty Shop, The M. Van Orden Company and the Douglass House. Numerous vintage automobiles can be seen.]

Scanned: December 5, 2006


Cities and Towns - Hancock

Persons, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive Hancock merchants display their wares on Quincy Street as part of a three day promotion. Today is a dollar day, tomorrow finds the Hancock Street Fair, and Saturday low prices will continue. A tribe of Winnebago Indians will perform all day Friday and there will be street dancing and a dance in the ROTC building at Michigan Tech. Downtown Hancock, here we come. [View of several businesses selling their merchandise on tables set up on the sidewalk.]

Scanned: March 30, 2009