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Lake Breeze Hotel

Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Restaurants, Lake Breeze Hotel, Eagle Harbor, Mich. [Interior view of the dining room of the hotel.]

Scanned: January 3, 2011


Buildings - Hotels & Restaurants

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Restaurants, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Woody Plants, Trees Keweenaw Mountain Lodge [Exterior view of the building and grounds.]

Scanned: February 11, 2008


Buildings - Hotels & Restaurants

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Restaurants, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Transportation, Automotive Keweenaw Mountain Lodge [Exterior view of the building parking area. The lot holds several vintage automobiles. Two men chat near the porch.]

Scanned: February 11, 2008


Buildings - Hotels & Restaurants

Transportation, Automotive, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Restaurants Keweenaw Mountain Lodge [Exterior view showing the side of the building and it's stone fireplace chimney as well as automobiles in the parking lot.]

Scanned: February 11, 2008


Hunting

Food Service, Restaurants, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress, Persons Cheerleaders in appearance but hunters by choice. These three were in a Hancock restaurant Saturday evening. Although they do not appear to be hunters, they actually are on the prowl for deer in the Pori region where relatives have a hunting camp. From left, Dorothy Elliott, Darlene Seavoy and Irene Dickman. [The three women, wearing similar outfits have coffee.]

Scanned: November 30, 2007


Businesses - Spanky's

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Restaurants, Industries, Service Industries, Hospitality Industry, Bars (drinking establishments), One of downtown Houghtons newest and brightest spots is Spankys, which features "suds, sounds and snacks" until 2 a.m., seven days a week. Proprietors Don Kratt and Bud Weber have taken what was formerly only a bar and turned it into a "cozy, bright, living room type" of cocktail lounge and short order cafe. The decor, based on colors and an African animal collection, was designed by Phil Houle Jr. of Hancock. "Plush" furnishings, continuous stereo music and accommodations for at least 100 persons are boasted. [Exterior view of the establishment with awnings on the windows bearing their logo.]

Scanned: February 18, 2009


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


Menu for the Michigan Garden

Industries, Service Industries, Food Service, Restaurants, [Front and back cover of the menu for the Michigan Garden offering ice cream sundaes, sodas, and fancy drinks. The Anegone Brothers are listed as the proprieters of the establishment, located on the corner of 6th and Oak Streets. A reminder on the back of the menu says "Don't forget to take hom the ice cream you promised!"]

Scanned: October 25, 2010


Menu for the Michigan Garden

Industries, Service Industries, Food Service, Restaurants, [Inside of the menu featuring fancy sundaes such as the Merry Widow, the Snow Storm, and the Chop Suey. The menu also offers cold and hot drinks, toasted sandwiches, and pies.]

Scanned: October 25, 2010