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Buildings - Stores

Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Bars (drinking establishments), Human Settlements, Persons Mass City, Michigan John Maki's Saloon. L-R John Maki, 4th, Allie Kermie. [Six children stand on the porch in front of the saloon with the two men.]

Scanned: February 18, 2008


Cities & Towns - Greenland

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Bars (drinking establishments), Persons Greenland, Ontonagon Co. [A man driving a flat bed wagon allows his horses to take a drink from the trough in the center of the town. The Pioneer Saloon, the Palace Saloon and a livery stable are pictured.]

Scanned: October 27, 2006


Buildings - Saloons

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Bars (drinking establishments) [A photo of what once was the Saloon 8 on Tezcuco Street in Hancock. Please see MTU Neg. 00252 to see what it was like in 1911.]

Scanned: November 19, 2008


Buildings - Michigan House

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Restaurants, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Bars (drinking establishments), Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Calumet's famous landmark, the Michigan House, will reopen for business Friday, July 14, under the new ownership of Pellberg, Inc. The former hotel is at Sixth and Oak Streets in the heart of downtown Calumet. It was constructed just after the turn of the century. [Exterior view of the three story building. Please see comment section for further information.]

Scanned: February 12, 2009


Street Scenes - Houghton

Sign and Signboards, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Bars (drinking establishments) A distinctive sign marks the new Lakeview Lounge & Game Room in downtown Houghton. Formerly the Hillside, the bar has been extensively remodeled and enlarged. [View of the Lakeview sign from street level.]

Scanned: January 30, 2009


Saloons and Taverns

Buildings, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Bars (drinking establishments), Human Settlements Houghton's new Longshot Bar is a marvel to behold emphasizing the western, barn and rustic type atmopsheres. The new establishment employs 12 persons in the realm of bar tenders, waitresses and music instrument operators. According to Manager Don Meyers, the business is excellent and the place only had its formal opening Wednesday. It is located one block east of the Douglass House and the management now is thinking of furnishing cold sandwiches to its patrons. It operates a Lounge Room where patrons may analyzse athletic contests and stress the happenings of the community. The Longshot can look back more than a century, to the former Miller Hotel on Shelden Avenue. The photo shows the bar to the right and the Lounge Room, left. [Exterior view of the front of the establishment.]

Scanned: January 26, 2009