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Finding Aid for the Victor Petertyl Family Collection, circa 1890s - 1919. The collection is 1 linear foot and is held at the Traverse City Area District Library, Woodmere branch as a part of the local history collection.

The records contain…
Deb Taylor (on left) and Marge Petertyl (on right) laying down outside the Petertyl home wearing period dress.
Black and white photographs showing unidentified people posing near the water. One is of a woman sitting on a rock, one is of a large group of men and women sitting on the beach and the other a photo of two women wading in the water.
Black and white photograph of a small child sitting in a child's chair with a man and a small dog nearby. They are outside in the yard.
Black and white photograph of the Petertyl family picnic at Fouch, 1910.
Two black and white photographs of a family, probably related in some way to the Petertyl family, 1895-1910. One photo has a woman holding a baby and nine other children ranging in age from one to 15 years old. The second photograph shows some of…
Photograph of six unidentified individuals: two men, two women, a girl probably in her early teens and a young female child about two years old, 1895-1910. They are sitting and standing outside with a group of chickens in the foreground.
Three black and white photographs of unidentified women in Bertha Petertyl's album. They were taken at Edgewood in July of 1913.
Black and white photograph of the lawn of Central High School where there have been chairs set up, presumably for a graduation, June 2, 1915. There are two unidentified woman in the foreground, who are probably related to Victor Petertyl's family.
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