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Fortnightly Club

Persons, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress, Woody Plants, Trees At Cliff Addit, Fortnightly picnic. [Three well dressed couples pose next to a cave-like entrance.]

Scanned: April 12, 2010

State Fish Hatchery - Otter River

Woody Plants, Trees, Wildlife Utilization, Fisheries, Persons Poplar at State Fish Hatchery at Otter River [A man stands on a dirt road with several poplar trees on each side of the road.]

Scanned: April 30, 2010

Forest Hill Cemetery

Burials, Cemeteries, Woody Plants, Trees, Persons Reeder plot at Forest Hill Cemetery [Three people visit the Reeder grave]

Scanned: June 1, 2006

Biography - A. E. Seaman

Persons, Woody Plants, Trees, Manners and Customs, Recreation, Outdoor Recreation A. E. Seaman sitting by campfire. [Mr. Seaman sits on a wooden box from the A. Haas Brewing Company and chews on an apple while staring into the flames.]

Scanned: August 3, 2010


Burials, Cemeteries, Persons, Woody Plants, Trees People in old cemetery. [A group of men looking at a sunken grave.]

Scanned: June 7, 2006

Copper Country Wildlife

Woody Plants, Trees, Persons, [Photo of a man feeding a deer mouth to mouth.]

Scanned: November 19, 2008

Copper Country Wildlife

Woody Plants, Trees, Persons, [Beatrice Putnam introduces herself to a Canadian goose.]

Scanned: November 19, 2008

Industries - Logging

Manufacturing Process, Persons, Woody Plants, Trees According to Foreman Supervisor Robert Funke of Baraga, there are about 5,000 cords of pulp logs on the Marathon Corporation lots at L'Anse. The clam is lifting poplar logs already peeled and loading them in gondolas for shipment to Wausau, Wis. for paper making. [Image of the massive amount of logs being readied for shipment.]

Scanned: April 15, 2009

Biography - Bigge Brothers

Transportation, Persons, Woody Plants, Trees George Bigge, left, and Perry McNee and David LaDux return on the Bigge wagon from an expedition into the woods country south of their home on the Halliwell Mine property. [The three men sit on the wagon pulled by two horses.]

Scanned: February 22, 2008


Persons, Agriculture, Woody Plants, Trees Mr. and Mrs. Noah Robinson are among the Copper Country's largest flower growers. They grow about 10,000 to 12,000 glads. Glads are a member of the iris family of bulbous flowers. The Robinsons are members of the National Gladiolus Council. They have commercial varieties and these have taken many championships and blue ribbons. Among the varieties that Mr. and Mrs. Robinson raise are Ares, Regina, San Souci, Spotlight, Valeria and many others. His farm is located on US41, opposite the Onigaming Yacht Club. Visitors are always welcome and Mr. Robinson will graciously show his glads to Copper Country admirers. [The Robinsons are pictured picking flowers from their field.]

Scanned: November 2, 2007