Upper Peninsula (Mich.)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
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.
The Robert M. Williams collection primarily contains photographs and postcards of street scenes and daily life in the Michigan towns of Baraga, Brown City, Copper Harbor, Dryden, and L’Anse. There are also postcards and photographs of the dedication and planting of the L’Anse Township School Forest on May 23, 1930. The collection also includes photographs of Michigan State University’s Agriculture Hall, Morrill Hall, and the Physics and Electrical Engineering Building.