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A virtual tour of the contents of the Peninsula Community LIbrary’s Local History Room. Hear the “coming to the Peninsula” story of the Johnson-Carroll family, and learn the history behind the room’s ancestral furnishings.

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Finding Aid of Peninsula Family History records. Collection is part of the holdings of the Peninsula Community Library. Collection was processed and finding aid published in 2021.

LHC007pcl-findingaid.pdf
Finding Aid of the Peninsula Historic Sites and Church record. Collection is part of the holdings of the Peninsula Community Library. Collection was processed and finding aid published in 2020.

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Kingsley Area High School graduating class, 1940. Collected portraits of the graduating seniors and some staff and faculty.. L-R Top row: Jeanne Knight, Raymond Sedlacek, Gordon Lounsberg, Thomas L. Aldridge, Leona M. Reamer, Frances L. Zinser, Joel…

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"Arbutus," Kingsley High School Yearbook, 1937. On the dedication page, it says that this is the first "Arbutus" to be published. Contains names and dates for staff, faculty, administration, and students of Kingsley Area Schools. Brief "histories"…

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Black and white portrait of Donald D. Nixon (also known as Don Nixon), image dated 1930. Don appears to be seated, and is wearing a pair of overalls and a collared shirt. Age is likely between six and seven years old, as he graduated from Kingsley…

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Kingsley Area High School graduating class, 1941. Collected portraits of the graduating seniors and some staff and faculty.. L-R Top row: Evelyn A. Wright, Donald D. Nixon, David F. Brautigam, Neil C. Lemcool, John G. Reamer, Dolores M. Schichtel,…

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This collection of postcards features Old Mission Peninsula, Traverse City, Michigan. Scenes indicative of the Peninsula, including cherry orchards, views of both East and West Grand Traverse Bay, and prominent structures such as the Old Mission…

People browsing various craft stations set up in the Park Place Parking Lot, with National Bank and Trust, and Butternut Bread (formerly Firestone Automotive) seen in background. Picture taken looking NNW.
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