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Buildings - Stores

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Human Settlements, Persons Stores - Mass City, Michigan (left to right) Crazy Henry, Frank Uotila, Herman Aho, ?) [Four men stand in front of the store. Two of them wear aprons.]

Scanned: February 15, 2008


Buildings - Stores - Hancock

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Mitchell Furniture Store - Peter Halman - left,: John N. Mitchell - right, owner. [Two men stand on the wooden sidewalk in front of the building. Others look out of the open windows on the second level.]

Scanned: February 20, 2008


Cities & Towns - Rockland

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons Fredrikson's store Rockland, MI. [Men hang out at the street corner by the store. A sign on the building "Fredrikson Estate - Groceries, Dry Goods & Shoes"]

Scanned: April 21, 2008


Hancock Street Scenes

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons Hancock Tezcuco Street [Photo shows the Saloon 8, a barber shop and hardware store. Children and a puppy play in the street. A team of horses pulling a wagon travel down the dirt road.]

Scanned: June 19, 2006


Cities & Towns - Houghton

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons Shelden Block, Houghton [Two children peer through the window of a store selling Paas egg dyes. The shop of Mayworm the Shoe Man can be seen. Shelden Avenue is a dirt street.]

Scanned: August 29, 2006


Cities and Towns - Houghton - Street Scenes

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Downtown Houghton showing trolley wires during winter. [Shelden Avenue showing the trolley car tracks and cables. Horse and buggies and sleighs are pictured. Several people stand in store doorways. The I. E. Swift hardware store is to the left of the image where the present parking deck is now. The Douglass House is shown. On the right hand side of the photo is an office belonging to a Doctor Scott and a cigar store.]

Scanned: April 9, 2008


Cities and Towns - Hancock - Street Scenes

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Hancock looking over Portage Lake to Houghton from Tezcuco Street. Tezcuco Street until the early 1900s was the hub of commercial activity in the city. At its foot lay the center of steam traffic and railway transportation, its sides were lined with businesses, including seven of the twenty saloons in the city. [Several men stand next to a building with a sign saying "Baer Bros.". Most of the buildings have upper porches.]

Scanned: April 4, 2008


Cities & Towns - Hancock - Street Scenes

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Persons, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail View of Reservation Street [Image of the unpaved street showing people walking on the sidewalk. Several retail stores are shown: A store window with a "Klasen" sign, a barber shop, a Singer Sewing Machine sign and a building with a Superior Bank sign.]

Scanned: March 31, 2008


Buildings - Stores -Hubbell

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Persons, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Man standing in front of B. E. Gillet's Jewelry Store, Hubbell, Mich. [A clock mounted to a pole on the curb serves as advertising for the store. The building next door, has a sign in the window ?. Toplon, General Merchandise. A woman peeks out of the window with a sign for the American Ladies Tailoring Co.]

Scanned: February 19, 2008


Cities & Towns - Hancock - Street Scenes

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Persons, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail Reservation Street [Two men stand on a wooden sidewalk next to a building displaying a bank sign. Several structures, some of them of a mining nature can be seen on the hill in the background.]

Scanned: March 31, 2008