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Black and white postcard of Bassett Island. Pub by the Hobart Co. Traverse City, Mich. -49-11-.
Color photograph of West Bay from Bay Street, ca. 1975.
Two black and white photographs of a group at the shore on Grand Traverse West Bay, 1860-1900. Marion Island is in the background.
Black and white photograph of the Apple Tree on Basset Island. Basset Island is the former name of Power Island.
Black and white postcard of an overview of Ford Island (Marion Island) taken from the Freidrich Tower on Old Mission Peninsula, c. 1920's.
A black and white photograph of the small outlet of Basset Island in the Grand Traverse Bay, plus a color postcard of picnickers on Marion Island (Power Island).
Color photograph of a quiet view of West Bay from Bay Street, with railroad tracks in the foreground, ca. 1975.
Boat at the dock on Marion Island. The attraction on the island was a dance hall. The hall was actually located on Basset's Island which is now part of Marion Island. The dance hall is long gone.
Henry Ford on the dock of the We-Que-Tong Club. Ford's brother-in-law Milton Bryant owned the Grand Traverse Auto Ford dealership. Ford made many trips to Traverse City to visit and eventually owned Marion Island.
Postcard view of Marion Island probably taken from Old Mission peninsula. (Note the American Drug advertising sign.)
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