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Buildings - Club Houses

Buildings, Clubhouses, Woody Plants, Trees, Seasons, Winter Miscowaubic Club - Calumet, MI [Photo of the building in winter surrounded by a picket fence]

Scanned: January 31, 2008


Pioneer Mine Home

Seasons, Winter, Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Woody Plants, Trees Amy at home- Pioneer Mine. [Mrs. Scott Turner standing in the doorway of a small cabin in winter, surrounded by a large area of felled trees].

Scanned: April 11, 2012


Buildings - Residence

Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Seasons, Winter, Woody Plants, Trees Snow Scene House (1017 College Avenue owned by Professor Larry Lankton in 1999).

Scanned: February 8, 2010


Buildings - Homes

Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Woody Plants, Trees, Seasons, Winter Old Reeder home 318 College Avenue from campus. [Side view of the large Victorian residence with a witches cap.]

Scanned: February 15, 2008


Buildings - Atlas Powder Company

Buildings, Seasons, Winter, Woody Plants, Trees [Picture of the Atlas Powder Company building in winter.]

Scanned: November 8, 2006


Buildings - Churches

Buildings, Church Buildings, Seasons, Winter, Woody Plants, Trees Unidentified church [A white church building in winter]

Scanned: March 7, 2007


Buildings - Camps

Seasons, Buildings, Dwellings, Woody Plants, Trees The Cy Wedge Jr. Camp at Otter Lake. At one time this little cabin was directly on the Otter Lake shore. It was constructed about 35 years ago by John Skoog of Hancock. He expected to make the cabin a sort of summer cottage but because of the gradual receding of the lake he lost interest in it and deeded it over to his daughter, Mrs. Cy Wedge, Jr., who, with her husband, uses it during the summer. Today, the camp is about a half mile from the lake shore. [Photo of a building with a screened in porch. The porch has a swing and several chairs. The roof appears to be of tar paper and the steps leading to the porch look like they are in need of repair.].

Scanned: November 29, 2007


Railroad Water Tank

Railroads, Buildings and Structures, Seasons, Winter, Woody Plants, Trees This evidence of a bygone era in railroading is still standing at Lake Mine, the once active mining property in Ontonagon County not far from Greenland. The property of the Copper Range Railroad, the tank rests in an area of heavy snow. To the left is a once-mined bluff, while to the right is the road to Nissula and Alston. [Photo of the water tank in winter. Snow covered trees in background.]

Scanned: August 14, 2007


Temporary Housing Units

Buildings, Woody Plants, Trees, Seasons, Winter Temporary Housing Units, The Barracks [These buildings were leased from the National Housing Authority (Michigan Tech Centennial Page 97)]

Scanned: April 10, 2008


Sperr Hall

Buildings, Seasons, Woody Plants, Trees M.C.M. Building from front yard [Sperr Hall and other buildings on Campus]

Scanned: May 2, 2007