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Buildings - Hotels and Taverns

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels Lake Linden Hotel [Group of people standing in front of the Hotel Linden, three ladies are standing on the balcony. A fancy horse drawn carriage is parked in front]

Scanned: March 28, 2006


Jutila Center in Hancock

Industries, Service Industries, Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns [Ariel photograph of the Jutila Center for Flobal Design and Business, after construction. Taken between 1951 and 1960 according to Mike LaRonge.]

Scanned: May 30, 2012


Buildings - Douglass House

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns [Early photo of the Douglass House probably 1800's]

Scanned: May 16, 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


Saloons and Taverns

Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Taverns (inns), Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Stubbs, the tavern unusual, out-of-the-ordinary and rare in a community the size of Ontonagon is more than a refreshment stand for adulthood of the community. It is a logging museum and repository that would do well in a town 10 times the size of the Lake Superior village of some 2,500 people. Its tales of lumberjacks, deposits to avoid times of strife and its stories of the events of the village are legion. Both outside and inside the building is a resting place of Ontonagonia running the gamut from oldtime photos to cant books, saws and sawbucks. Stubbs cannot be understood by looking at this photo. Its interior must be seen to be appreciated. Stubbs is not only rare to Ontonagon County, the Copper Country and to the western tier of northern peninsula counties. It is rare even on the basis of Upper Michigan and state status. Its floor show is continuous despite the fact that it is non-movable. The feature attractions rest on the wall and floor, all nostalgically reminiscent of days of yesteryear in the Ontonagon Country. [Image of the exterior of the building displaying some examples of signs, wagon wheels and other items similar to what can be found inside.]

Scanned: April 13, 2009


Haas Brewery

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Industries, Service Industries [Photo of the Haas Brewery located at Huron and Shelden Streets in Houghton']

Scanned: March 9, 2006


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


Hotels

Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Calumet Hotel [Calumet Hotel in summer, building is surrounded by picket fence. Two children in forefront]

Scanned: April 10, 2006


1913-1914 Strike

Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Church Buildings Hotel Scott, the building from which Chas. H. Moyer and C. H. Tanner were deported. [Image of the Scott Hotel in Hancock with three levels of balconies]

Scanned: June 6, 2007


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