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  • Tags: Hannah Lay and Company

Colored postcard of "lovers lane" at State Hospital
The steamer T.S. Faxton, a Hannah Lay boat. This ship brought goods and passengers to and from Chicago. Her running mates were City of Grand Rapids and the City of Traverse.
The boat "Clara Belle" owned by Hannah Lay.
Emanuel ("Em") Wilhelm in fishing gear. Emanuel was the manager of the dry goods department at the Hannah Lay store and lived at 430 S. Union Street.
Black and white photograph of logs in the Boardman River headed for the Hannah Lay sawmill. Washington street is in the center of the picture and the Park Place Hotel can be seen at the far left, 1882.
Black and white photograph of the Hannah Lay Mill on Long Lake in Long Lake Township. Image shows a number of men and teams of horses posed in front of the large Mill building. At one time, image was erroneously identified as the one on Bay Street in…
Black and white postcard looking east over the Boardman River with the south Union Street Bridge and the Hannah Lay Grist mill in the background, c. 1883.
Color photograph of a portrait painting of Smith Barnes. He was in charge of the Hannah Lay Mercantile business.
Black and white photograph of two ladies in front of the Hannah & Lay store on Front Street, ca. 1890. One is sitting in a buggy, and the other is standing next to it. The Beadle building is in the background.
Black and white photograph of Hannah Lay workers at a dam.
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