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Spitzbergen Locations

Water, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Manufacturing Process [A look at mining operations from the bay side. A tram car loaded with coal travels the rail. Ice floes float in the water.

Scanned: July 31, 2007


Spitzbergen Locations

Persons, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Buildings [A man stands in a rocky area. A small building is also pictured. Beautiful mountains serve as a back drop.]

Scanned: July 31, 2007


Spitzbergen Locations

Buildings, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, [Two buildings are pictured. Various tools and pieces of equipment are scattered about the area.]

Scanned: July 31, 2007


Spitzbergen Locations

Manpower, Labor, Skilled Labor, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Persons Underground flashlights in mine of Arctic Coal Co. at Spitzbergen, 700 miles from the North Pole. [A miner looks over a spool of cables and looks at the camera.]

Scanned: July 31, 2007


Cities & Towns - Calumet

Buildings, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Copper Mines and Mining View of Calumet showing Tamarack Location "[View of the town and mining operations taken from book "Art Work of Lake Superior Region of Michigan, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 1898 F572.S9 A7 pt. 10 photo 3.]

Scanned: March 6, 2008


1918 Spanish Influenza Poster

Health Facilities, Armed Forces, Soldiers, Disasters, Natural Disasters Drawing of man in crowd with title "Coughs and Sneezes Spread Diseases / As Dangerous As Poison Gas Shells / Spread of Spanish Influenza Menaces Our War Production." Two of the background figures are in uniform. [this image was copied from the October 15, 1918 issue of the Hancock newspaper The Evening Copper Journal, but also appeared in other local newspapers. It was distributed by the U.S. Public Health Service along with information on limiting the spread of the influenza virus, and how the flu virus was hampering American efforts in World War I.]

Scanned: February 20, 2007


Logging Post Card

Industries, Natural Resources, Forests and Forestry, Identified in photo: Elber Robers, E.O.A. Edmund Benndan, Marchand, Leo Garon, Charles Roy, Ludge Pelland, Joseph Emond, Alfred Gagnon, John Fregard, Jean M Dimel. [Panoramic view of loggers and tractors in the snow printed on a long post card.]

Scanned: August 12, 2013


Logger Balancing on Log

Industries, Natural Resources, Forests and Forestry, Persons Mr. Jean Dimet stands on a log in the wash pond near the Stern's and Lumber Company Sawmill. Here the logs were cleaned and then pushed into a chain for entering the sawmill.

Scanned: August 12, 2013


Loggers and Tractor

Persons, Natural Resources, Forests and Forestry, Woody Plants, Trees T. Alowin, Eddie Daniels, Nelson Bezotte, Joe Frecherg, E.O.A., Marchand, Alfred Allwin, Chartier, H. Lamotte, Joe Falardean, King, John Fregard, Jean M. Dimel. [A group of men stand around timbers on sleds, one of which is being towed by a Holt tractor. Some of the men standing on the logs hold cant hooks.]

Scanned: August 13, 2013


Logging Industry

Persons, Natural Resources, Forests and Forestry, Woody Plants, Trees [Men gathered around logging equipment and timbers.]

Scanned: August 13, 2013