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Quincy Mining Company - Company Bath House

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Buildings, Clubhouses South Elevation of Quincy Bath House (or Club House). Built 1916-1917. Later served as a school.

Scanned: October 8, 2008


Quincy Mining Company - Company Bath House

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Buildings, Clubhouses Bath House, Chas. W. Maass, Architect, 1916, Sheet #1, Front Elevation.

Scanned: October 8, 2008


Quincy Mining Company - Company Bath House

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Buildings, Clubhouses Bath House North and South elevations, cross-section and details, Sheet #2, 1916.

Scanned: October 8, 2008


Quincy Mining Company - Company Bath House

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Buildings, Clubhouses "Bath House for the Quincy Mining Co., Hancock, Mich." Ground floor plan and details, Sheet #4.

Scanned: October 8, 2008


Quincy Mining Company - Company Bath House

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Buildings, Clubhouses "Bath House for the Quincy Mining Co., Hancock, Mich." Second floor plan and details, Sheet #5, May 16, 1916.

Scanned: October 8, 2008


Buildings - Onigaming Supper Club

Buildings, Clubhouses, Locomotion, Boats and Boating, Resplendently white in all its newly painted and gleaming effects, the Onigaming Club, the supper version reminds one of "Things that used to be." Once the proud rendezvous of an exclusive yacht owning set, the building still retains the glamor of its setting, conviviality of its appointments and the attraction of its seemingly, never changing scenery. This is not the building though, that made for the Onigaming of 1894. Then it was a less modern structure, one that catered to the Rees and Rice, Leopol and Lieblein and Pope and Pryor names, just to mention a few. These titles stressed the legal, banking and publishing, mining and commercial and marine and lumbering pursuits, especially. [Photo of the Onigaming peeking over the railroad tracks.]

Scanned: February 17, 2009


Onigaming Club

Buildings, Clubhouses, Water, Lakes, Onigaming Club - Side View, club house. [Exterior view of the building showing the porch with tables and chairs facing the lake.]

Scanned: April 28, 2010


Onigaming Yacht Club House

Buildings, Clubhouses, Water, Manners and Customs, Recreation Onigaming Yacht Club House [Exterior view of the club house.]

Scanned: February 22, 2010


Keweenaw Golf Club Staff

Buildings, Clubhouses, Industries, Service Industries, Persons Keweenaw Golf Club Staff [Photo of some of the waitresses at the club. Only one known is Evelyn Picchiottino, Second from the right.]

Scanned: July 23, 2010


Buildings - Keweenaw Club

Buildings, Clubhouses, , Keweenaw Club - Sitting Room [Interior view of the sitting room. Lace curtains hang on the window. The room is furnished with comfortable chairs, artwork and what may be a desk. Fourth in a series of 5 photos of the Keweenaw Club.]

Scanned: May 8, 2009