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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


Kerredge Theatre

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, , Kerredge Theatre - Hancock, MI

Scanned: November 9, 2010


Band in Labor Hall

Manners and Customs, Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, Interior of labor hall with band, located in Mass City, Ca. (Lukkarila).

Scanned: July 1, 2011


Buildings - Hotels

Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, Transportation, Automotive Scott Hotel [Good photo of the Hancock hotel in its glory. The Kerredge Theatre is right next door. A Western Union office and the Detroit and Northern Michigan Building and Loan Assocation conducted business on the ground level. Several vintage automobiles are shown as well as the church behind the hotel.]

Scanned: October 26, 2006


Buildings - Theatres

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, Theaters, Persons, Movie theatre in Mohawk built early 1900 by Finnish Temperance Lodge. Keweenaw Miner was printed in lower level. Theatre was operated by Thomas Wiles and later by a Norwegian man from Laurium and a Mr. Kline of Mohawk. After 1932, Louis Azzi opened a bar in the basement and held dances on main floor, at that time it was known as Liberty Hall. Burned in 1937. Several men stand in front of building. Sign above door GRAND [Exterior of the stone building. There appears to be some writing on the roof of the building, but is unreadable.]

Scanned: February 26, 2008


McArdle Theater

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, , Campus scenes/ Walker Center. Photo [Shows the interior of the Walker Center, or more specifically: the McArdle black box Theatre, which is left void of a set, save for two simple decrative horizontal white pieces.Shot is taken facing the (relative) front of the theatre.]

Scanned: June 9, 2011


McArdle Theater

Buildings, Civic Centers, Arts Facilities, , Campus scenes/ Walker Center. Photo [Shows the interior of the Walker Center, or more specifically: the McArdle black box Theatre, which is left void of a set, save for two simple decrative horizontal white pieces.]

Scanned: June 9, 2011