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Two black and white photographs of a group at the shore on Grand Traverse West Bay, 1860-1900. Marion Island is in the background.

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Black and white photograph of the Apple Tree on Basset Island. Basset Island is the former name of Power Island.

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Color photograph of West Bay from Bay Street, ca. 1975.

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Peck postcard of Traverse Bay and Ford Island

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Marion/ Bassett Island with a steamer at the dock,

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Aerial photo of Power Island/Marion Island/Ford Island

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Three aerial photos of Marion-Basset Island/Ford Island/Power Island.

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Postcard view of Marion Island probably taken from Old Mission peninsula. (Note the American Drug advertising sign.)

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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.
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