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Black and white photograph of seven young women posing in front of the Petertyl house at 419 Sixth Street. Although they are not identified, some of them are probably the daughters of Victor and Margaret Petertyl. The picture was taken in 1913 at…

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Photograph of two unidentified women, probably Petertyl relatives, standing outside on the tower of the Grand Traverse Lighthouse in Northport.

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A group of eight photographs showing groups of unidentified men enjoying outdoor activities. They are shown camping, cooking outdoors and displaying their fishing catch.

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Black and white photograph of the children of Victor and Margaret Petertyl taken on January 3, 1915 in front of their home at 419 Sixth Street. They are identified from left to right as Ruth, Grace, Louis, Marge, Lottie, Bert, Emma, and Minnie.

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A group of five black and white photographs showing uninidentified members of the Victor Petertyl family picking daisies, a popular family pastime. They are dated June 21, 1914. One of the photos shows the family sitting in an early family car with…

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Black and white photograph of four young women shown outside on January 5, 1915. While not identified directly they appear to be daughters of Victor Petertyl. From other photographs taken around the same time, they may be from left to right Minnie,…

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The lawn of Central High School where there have been chairs set up, presumably for a graduation. There are three unidentified woman in the foreground, who are probably related to Victor Petertyl's family.

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Photograph of four women, three children and on young man sitting and standing in the grass outside a house. All are unidentified but may be related to the Petertyl family.

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A group of nine photographs all taken at the DETAGE club located on Carp Lake in Leelanau County. It was a summer retreat owned by six prominent businessmen: Donald (Dick) Campbell, Ernie Grelick, Tony Novotny, Albert Petertyl, George Tarbuck and…

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Black and white photograph of three young children in the snow. The two girls are sitting in the snow and the young boy is sitting in a sleigh. They are identified as Petertyl children.
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