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Quincy Mining Company - Quincy Smelter on Portage Lake

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Seasons, Winter View of Quincy Smelter with assay office in foreground; cupola building and Quincy Hill in the background. C. 1900.

Scanned: October 2, 2008

Eagle Harbor

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

Scanned: June 4, 2013

Winter in Hancock

Seasons, Winter, Transportation, Railroads, Street, Railroads, Historic Sites, Historic Districts [Children race dog sleds down a street in Hancock, Michigan. The rail way for a street car can also be seen, along with several Hancock store fronts.]

Scanned: October 22, 2013


Historic Sites, Historical Markers, Seasons, Winter, Woody Plants, Trees The Houghton Soldier, marching through the drifts, is wearing the world's coldest imitation mink hat. Heavy snow is predicted for the Copper Country, and conditions could conceivably grow worse after winter begins on Monday. This is the most snow that has ever fallen in the Houghton area by this time of the year, about 82 inches at press time. Truly a monumental fall. Tennis, anyone? [The statue erected in memory of Houghton Company is shown as it appeared after a heavy snowfall.]

Scanned: December 6, 2007


Historic Sites, Historic Districts, Seasons, Winter, Buildings, Commercial Buildings Calumet, Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Houghton County. [Snowy Calumet scene. Signs can be seen for Bloy Furntire and Calumet Fur Co.]

Scanned: December 5, 2012