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  • Tags: Bay Street
Black and white photograph of the Hannah Lay first store, corner of Bay and Union Streets.
The Joseph E. Greilick home at 1009 Bay Street. Built in 1884 it was one of the first homes in Traverse City to have running water, provided by pipe from a spring on a hillside behind the house. (Note the sprinkler near the house.)
Empire National Bank exterior
Old bank building on the corner of Bay and Union streets. Raised for expansion of Morgan factory. High likelihood that this was one of the original Hannah Lay Mecantile buildings, having been moved at some time from its original location.
The original Perry Hannah home on Bay Street just west of the Hannah Lay sawmill.
Ray Darrow Marina. Bay St .at Elmwood, TC. Photo during WWII. Navy boats in harbor used in remote control drone program, flying from Navy Base at TC airport. "During WWII they brought small submarines to this marina & take out in the bay to test.…
Bay Street during the winter of 1881. Note the lady standing on the snow pile.

Looking south on Union Street from Bay Street. The M&NE (Manistee & Northeastern) depot is on the right and the Hannah Lay store on the left in the background.
Annie Klepac, wife of Joseph Klepac, hand tinted image


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