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Buildings - Hotels - Baraga

Buildings, Dwellings, Apartment Houses, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Boardinghouses, Baraga's famed "Red Boarding House" frequently known as the Honeymoon Hotel will be razed to make room for the relocated M-35 which ascends the hill flanking the town's main street near the once proud lodging house. The pine structure was erected in 1871 by the late Philip Foucault Sr., who ran it as a lodging and boarding establishment. Assisting him was Hancock's pioneer, S. A. Gennette, L'Anse's late Frank Collins also helped in its building. Later the structure was sold to Peter M. Getzen who, in turn, sold it to Joseph Getzen. In more recent years the building has been converted into apartments. [Exterior view of the three-story building.]

Scanned: April 14, 2009


Keweenaw Mountain Lodge - Cabins

Buildings, Dwellings, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Woody Plants, Trees [Photo of some of the cabins at the lodge. A grassy area has an umbrella table and a bench for relaxing. United States flag overlooks the cabin area.]

Scanned: February 25, 2009


Keweenaw Mountain Lodge - Cabins

Buildings, Dwellings, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Woody Plants, Trees Cottages 19 and 20 Keweenaw Golf Club Copper Harbor, Mich. [Postcard image of the exterior of two of the cabins nestled among the trees.]

Scanned: February 25, 2009