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Calumet Palestra

Buildings, Sport Facilities, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Calumet Palestra [A photo of an early ice arena in Calumet. A shaft-rockhouse is visible in the background. Same as MTU Neg 02589.]

Scanned: March 27, 2006


Banks and Banking

Bank Facilities, Bank Buildings, , Northern Savings Bank, Hancock, MI (SE corner of Quincy and Ravine, Hancock) [Interior view of the bank showing the marble customers and collections counter as well as Victorian light fixtures and columns.]

Scanned: December 12, 2007


Banks and Banking

Bank Facilities, Bank Buildings, Persons, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress Bank in Laurium - Center, Gene Bandetlini [Five men dressed in top hats and tails stand on the steps of a sandstone building. The number 135 can be seen in the window above the steps.]

Scanned: December 13, 2007


Banks and Banking - Mass City

Bank Facilities, Bank Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Woody Plants, Trees Mr. Scott's bank at Mass City on Main Street ca. 1912. [Exterior view of the building and a early view of main street.]

Scanned: December 12, 2007


Banks and Banking - Rockland

Bank Facilities, Bank Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Rockland Bank interior now Ericson's Store. [Interior view of the bank with a stained glass window and potted plants below.]

Scanned: December 12, 2007


Buildings - Amphidrome

Buildings, Sport Facilities, Arenas, Persons, Manpower, Labor, Skilled Labor Construction of the Amphidrome. [Impressive photo of the skeleton form of the building. Some of the workers stand on the very top of the structure.]

Scanned: January 16, 2008


Buildings - Kerredge Theatre

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, Human Settlements, Kerredge Theatre - Best stage theatre and most famous in U.P. Burned May 29, 1956 (arson) now parking lot for Scott Hotel, Hancock. [From a distance view of the building. Some mining operations can be seen in the background.]

Scanned: February 15, 2008


Buildings - Theatres

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, Human Settlements, Calumet Theatre [Color image of the sandstone building showing the clock tower.]

Scanned: February 25, 2008


Buildings- Theatres

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, Human Settlements, Persons Calumet Opera House [Exterior view of the building in it's hey day. Crowds of people are gathered nearby perhaps to watch a parade?]

Scanned: February 25, 2008


Calumet Theatre

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, , The Calumet Civic Theatre, Calumet, Michigan also known as the Opera House with a seating capacity of 1,200 people, is the largest north of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Many of the nations top operatic stars and entertainers have performed here.

Scanned: November 1, 2010