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Arenac County Historical Album - Page 18

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This is the sixth glass negative picture made between 1891 & 1905. The original envelope for this negative had “ThS Hogan Baby Au Gres” written on it. Please let us know if you have any information that might pertain to the baby or the family.
AGGN-007.jpg This is the seventh and last glass negative picture made between 1891 & 1905. The original envelope for this negative had “Mabel” written on it and the negative itself had “Mrs. Will Mor_ver & Baby. Please let us know if you have any information that might pertain to this family.
blacksmith.jpg Christopher Rulason was a blacksmith who lived for several years in Deep River Township and died Nov 1922 in Arenac County at the age of 74. We're not sure that Christopher had any children, but his brother, George, did and he and his descendents also lived in Arenac County. If anyone has any information about this family, please contact Christine Gregg at CMGregg@aol.com.
christopher.jpg This is a second picture of Christopher Rulason, blacksmith. Again if anyone has any information about this family, please contact Christine Gregg at CMGregg@aol.com
scan0043.jpg A picture of one of the WPA crews working in the Sterling area. The names of the men are included in the picture description.
scan0001.jpg The 1949 West Bradley School class picture. The school was located at the corner of Worth and Moore Roads.
Left to right front row seated: Roger Haas, Ronald Peters, Donald Peters, Beverly Castle, Patricia Collier.
Middle row: Sharon Castle, Ivan Morley, Betty Raymond, Dorcey Groulx, Albert Greniuk, Charlene Peters, Charlotte Peters, Phillis Sanders
Back row: Mrs. Robert Unger Teacher, Myrna Castle, Clyde Castle, Ronald Groulx, Gloria Peters, Fern Peters, Marlene Sanders, Margaret Peters.
scan0002.jpg The 1949-1950 Townhall School class picture taken on May 9, 1950. Harrison Viele was the teacher.
scan0003.jpg The Sterling High School Band in 1934-1935

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