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Men in Cage "going up."

Persons, Manpower, Labor, Historic Sites, Historic Mines Copper Mines and Minng- Companies- Osceola. South Kearsarge, Men in cage "going up."

Scanned: May 24, 2011


Agassiz Park - Calumet

Parks, Historic Sites, Memorials, Persons [A crowd of people gather for dedication ceremonies of the memorial.]

Scanned: October 29, 2009


Agassiz Park - Calumet

Parks, Historic Sites, Memorials, Persons [View of the statue in the park with well manicured lawns, shrubs and trees.]

Scanned: October 29, 2009


Quincy Mining Company - Quincy Smelter on Portage Lake

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Persons Early 20th century view of copper "cakes" ready to be shipped from Quincy Smelter.

Scanned: October 2, 2008


Fort Wilkins

Buildings, Historic Sites, Persons Copper Harbor - Fort Wilkins

Scanned: June 4, 2013


Cliff Mine

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Persons Parts of Cliff Area shaft Cornish pump. [Three men and a child are shown among the ruins of the pump in an overgrown wooded area.]

Scanned: March 11, 2010


Eagle Harbor

Seasons, Winter, Persons, Historic Sites, Historic Districts Ice Hummocks on Shore, Lake Superior, Eagle Harbor.

Scanned: June 4, 2013


Picnic at Lac La Belle

Persons, Manners and Customs, Recreation, Outdoor Recreation, Historic Sites, Historic Districts Fortnightly Club picnic at Lac La Belle

Scanned: June 4, 2013


Picnic at Eagle River

Persons, Manners and Customs, Recreation, Outdoor Recreation, Historic Sites, Historic Districts Historical picnic at Eagle River, Picnic tour to Delaware.

Scanned: June 4, 2013


Northwestern Hotel

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Persons, Historic Sites [Front of the Northwestern Hotel. The Northwestern Hotel, built in 1886, was the first high-class hotel in Hancock, had 50 rooms with electric lighting anc bathrooms with hot and cold water. The hotel was four stories tall, the tallest building in Hancock. The brick building had sandstone trim and a large pressed metal cornice. The facade was seven bays wide with balconies across the front at the second- and third-floor levels.

Scanned: October 21, 2013