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A black and white photographic portrait of Perry Hannah, who is considered one of the founding fathers of Traverse City. Perry Hannah lived from 1824 to 1904.

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Black and white photographic portrait of head and shoulders shot of Perry Hannah. Perry Hannah was a founding father of Traverse City. He lived from 1824 to 1904.

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Color photographs of a cast iron chair made for Perry Hannah, made by J.M. Bass.

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Black and white photograph of a Birthday party for Samuel Anderson in Hannah Park. (Perry Hannah is far left.)

Honorable Perry Hannah
In 1902, philanthropist Andrew Carnegie donated $20,000 to the City of Traverse City to build a state of the art public library. In response to Carnegie's generous gift, Perry Hannah donated land to be used for the City's new library on Sixth Street.…
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