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A collection of photographs of retiring Michigan Bell employees.
Group of ladies in old style dresses for the 1947 Traverse City Centennial. The 6th woman from the left is Jean (Nelson) Comstock. The 5th woman from the left is Marie Martineau, co-owner of Dill's tavern and restaurant in that year. According to…
Color photographs of:
#1 Dill's Restaurant on Union street before the fire in 1978.
#2 The fire, 1978
#3 Aftermath of the fire
#4 Dill's Olde town Saloon rebuilt.
Photo of cherry festival parade by Dill's Restaurant on Union Street.
Francis J. "Hunce" Martineau, his wife Wanda and Henry Bugai in Dill's bar in 1947. The beards were for the T.C. Centennial celebration.
Francis J. "Hunce" Martineau, owner, with bartenders Henry Bugai and Al "Bush" Bugai all behind the bar at Dill's Tavern on Union Street.
Saloon/ Meatmarket/ Fruit Stand belonging to Anton Novotny, with unidentified people on the front porch. Man in apron with hand on his hip is likely Anton Novonty. Located at 423 Union, the location of Dill's and now the Blue Tractor.
Dill's Staff 8/66. Kitchen and Wait staff. "The employees are all wearing cowboy hats as part of a week long Olde Towne "Western Days" promotional festival by Wilhelm's Clothing Store. Left to Rt.: Francis "Hunce" Maretineau, owner; Zandra…
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