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Cities & Towns - Houghton - Street Scenes

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns [A busy Shelden Avenue highlights this image. Roy's Pharmacy, Houghton National Bank with a sign advertising a "Polka Party", the Gil Mar Gift Shoppe and Wilcox Studio. The Lode Theatre is playing "Bronco Billy" with Clint Eastwood. Lots of traffic both auto and pedestrian.]

Scanned: March 28, 2008


Cities & Towns - Houghton - Street Scenes

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns [Downtown businesses are featured in this photo. The Cameo Beauty Salon, Rays TV, Webers Sporting Goods and the Best Western Hotel.]

Scanned: March 28, 2008


Shelden Street - Houghton

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Transportation, Automotive, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail Downtown Houghton reflects the busy activity of a city engaged in doing things. This former mining center is an educational center, a cultural force and an embarkation point for Isle Royale National Park. [This image shows one way downtown traffic. Two young ladies sit in a window in one of the apartments above a Professional Photographer business [Jerry Demott?]. WGN Cable Television; Roy's Pharmacy and Houghton National Bank.]

Scanned: November 5, 2010


Buildings - Stores - Atlantic Mine

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Roads Atlantic Meat Market [Relates to MTU Neg. 00354 showing the market from a different angle.]

Scanned: August 11, 2006


Hancock

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Roads Block in Hancock - Corner of Reservation (on L in photo) and Quincy (on R in photo). [Photo of the Holland Cardell & Co. Hardware and Mining Supplies store. The Traders Insurance Company of Chicago is in the same building. There is also a sign for the Sturgeon River Lumber Company. Streets are dirt covered.]

Scanned: September 5, 2006


Cities & Towns - Calumet - Street Scenes

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive V. Coppo Block, Calumet, Mich. [Image of the sandstone Coppo building. Copper World store and the Daily Mining Gazette are located on the street level.]

Scanned: March 11, 2008


Cities & Towns - Calumet - Street Scenes

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive Quello Block, Calumet, MI [Some of the original detail of the building built in 1900 is still intact.]

Scanned: March 11, 2008


Cities and Towns - Hancock

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Roads, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Main Street Hancock - little building in middle of street stood in front of where the Scott Hotel is now, Mar. 1918; afterwards Carroll Bros. foundry office? Looking east, large building at the end is the fire hall? [A muddy main street is pictured. Several businesses line both sides of the street. Tops of buildings show interesting architectural detail.]

Scanned: April 3, 2008


Cities and Towns - Hancock

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Roads, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Quincy Street - Hancock [Good photo of a busy downtown Hancock in the early days. Businesses line both sides of the dirt road. A sandwich board on the sidewalk advertises the City Restaurant. A boy pouts on the other side of the street.]

Scanned: April 4, 2008


Parades

Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Stores, Retail, Transportation, Automotive, Human Settlements, Cities and Towns Returned soldiers parade - decorations (decorated street scene). [Several businesses are pictured in this photo of what appears to be downtown Houghton. The Hotel Dee, Haas & Co., A chop suey restaurant, a billiard hall and a Western Union office. The shops are decorated with flags. Vintage automobiles line both sides of the street.]

Scanned: August 6, 2007