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2 photos: (a) Edith Courtade and friend seated on the ground probably in Hannah Park. In background is a commercial sign: Traverse City Wagon Works, A. J. Petertyl, Prop. The building was located on the west side of Union Street at the corner of…
Hannah Park between Sixth St. and the banks of the Boardman River was a pleasant place for a summer stroll. Built just after the turn of the century, it was beautifully landscaped and carefully maintained for the pleasure of the whole city.
Black and white photograph of Hannah Park, looking west. A tiny bit of the Boardman River can be seen on the far right.
Black and white postcard of rustic stairway from Union St. to Hannah Park.
Black and white photograph of the walking bridge over the Boardman River at Hannah Park. (Note the sluceway used to float logs to the sawmill downstream after the installation of the Hannah Lay Grist mill dam just up stream.)
Black and white photograph of a Birthday party for Samuel Anderson in Hannah Park. (Perry Hannah is far left.)
Black and white photograph of Hannah Park with grist mill in the background.
Black and white photograph of the Boardman River looking at the back of Carnegie Library and Hannah Park, with a swan on the River.
Color postcard of young people on a bench in Hannah Park. Printed across the top of the postcard: "A Familiar Scene in Hannah Park, TRAVERSE CITY, MICH."
Black and white photograph of Union Street Bridge walkway to Hannah Park, with eight women and men (all wearing hats).
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