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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…

Aerial view of down town Traverse City looking east. Black and white photo.

Overviews taken from the T.C. State Bank building of a parade on Front Street. The City Opera House and Masonic Building are shown.

Photo of young man in his Soap Box Derby entry, on Union Street.

Cherry Festival parade float front st and union

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Union Street looking north from Boughey Hill.

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An exterior photo of Ruflis Food Market on Union Street, their delivery vehicle parked directly in front of the store.

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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.

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Hannah Lay Mercantile store on the corner of Front Street and Union Street.

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Black and white photograph of 5 male workers at Albert Petertyl Meat Market 413 S. Union, Hanslovsky, c. 1902
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