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Arenac County Historical Album - Page 17

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standish_campground.jpg
A picture of a campground in the Standish area.
summer_pt_lookout.jpg A summer aerial photo of Point Lookout with a ship moving in the channel between the Point and Charity Island.
winter_pt_lookout.jpg A winter aerial photo of Point Lookout.
AGGN-001.jpg This is the first of 7 pictures we are going to run which were made from glass negatives made between 1891 & 1905. The original envelope for this negative had “C R Smith 3 child Au Gres” written on it. Please let us know if you have any information that might pertain to the children or the family.
AGGN-002.jpg This is the second glass negative picture made between 1891 & 1905. The original envelope for this negative had “Hook Poles Au Gres” written on it. Please let us know if you have any information that might pertain to what hook poles are.
AGGN-003.jpg This is the third glass negative picture made between 1891 & 1905. The original envelope for this negative had “Mike Smith Au Gres on glass is Mike Smith” written on it. Please let us know if you have any information that might pertain to the person or family.
AGGN-004.jpg This is the fourth glass negative picture made between 1891 & 1905. The original envelope for this negative had “John Seymour Au Gres” written on it. Please let us know if you have any information that might pertain to the person or the family.
AGGN-005.jpg This is the fifth glass negative picture made between 1891 & 1905. The original envelope for this negative had “Ellen Garog 2 chil Au Gres” written on it. Please let us know if you have any information that might pertain to the children or the family.

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Last updated:  01/18/2010.   Content 2005-2010 by the Arenac County Historical Society