Mackinac Island (Mich.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Typed excerpts (1823-1831) from the letters from William Montague Ferry and his wife Amanda, Protestant missionaries on Mackinac Island, Michigan, to family members in New England, especially those in Ashfield, Massachusetts. Of particular interest are descriptions of the Indians and references to opposition from the Roman Catholic Church. Also included are brief genealogies of the Ferry, Montague, Henry, Hastings, White, and Harwood families.
Scope and Contents The James Denison papers include materials that were accumulated throughout Denison’s life. Denison’s personal papers consist primarily of correspondence, diaries, and newspaper clippings about himself. Also included are articles, stories, and poems written by Denison. Among the articles are several drafts of a piece he wrote about Mackinac Island, Michigan. The bulk of the papers center around Denison’s professional career and in particular his career with the Michigan Office of Civilian...
Dates: 1925 - 1970
Scope and Contents The Marietta Denison collection consists of photographs and postcards primarily of Michigan cities, towns, schools, and notable points of interest.
Dates: 1900 - 1970
Scope and Content The bulk of the Moody Family Collection consists of photographic materials, ranging from photographs, negatives, glass negatives, slides, and scrapbooks. The photographs show the Craig family, Barney family, and Moody family members. Genevieve Moody created most of the scrapbooks. Also included are correspondence related to Genevieve Moody, funeral books of several family members, Genevieve’s diaries, details about Northern Michigan family vacations, and anniversary booklets for Rogers City,...
Dates: 1875 - 1994
Scope and Contents This collection contains twelve stereocards depicting scenes of Michigan's Upper Peninsula (specifically Houghton). The pictures range from natural scenes to buildings and bridges. There are a few from Niagara Falls (Prospect Point and the Great Ice Bridge) and one from Mackinac Island.