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Eight loggers guide a log drive to Frankfort on the Betsie River below Green Lake.

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Little Betsie River taken from the bridge south of Interlochen.
Pictures of Green and Duck Lakes and the Betsie River.

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Black and white photograph of Betsie River sandbar at the entrance to Green Lake. There are three women in the water and two women, one man and a child on the shore. ca. 1930.

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Black and white photograph of Emma Riley by the Betsie river.
Interlochen was platted in 1890 where the M&NE and C&WM railroads crossed. It quickly became a lumber town and later after the lumber was gone, served the resorts, cottages, State Parkā€¦

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Black and white photograph of the Betsie River at Wallin, ca. 1915.

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Duck Lake dam at the outlet of the Betsie River. It was installed to stabilize the level of the lake.

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An Interlochen area farm. This could be located Green Lake.

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Young girl on log by the old Betsie River bridge at Green Lake inlet.
Pictures of Green and Duck Lakes and the Betsie River.

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Log drive on the Betsie River, probably in Benzie County.

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The Betsie River bridge at the inlet to Green Lake.
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