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    • Fugere Brothers store

    • Shoe stores
    • Photograph of the Fugere Bros. store, which featured high-grade shoes and men's clothing. This photo shows shelves well-stocked with shoes and other items. The Fugere Bros. store operated in Iron Mountain for over 70 years.
    • Rail and lake rates for the season of 1907

    • Transportation, Railroads, Copper Country
    • Image of a pamphlet showing the Rail and Lake steamer rate information, effective June 1st, 1907, from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia points specified. Rates are cost per pound for items being shipped to destinations such as; Sault Ste...
    • From James W. Lydon

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • From James W. Lydon

      On September 3,1879, a group of Detroit businessmen headed by James McMillan[,] J. S. Newberry, Francis Palms, George Hendrie, F. E. Driggs, Hugh McMillan of Detroit and George I. Seney of New York[,] incorporated the...
    • Buttis Mill

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • Source: The Mining Journal
      Marquette, Mi
      September 17, 1887

      The Burtis Mill

      George L. Burtis has made arrangements with the railway for the storage of half a million feet of lumber on the company's dock NO. 3, and will send the...
    • Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic RR

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • DULUTH, SOUTH SHORE & ALANTIC RR

      The "Zenith City Shortline" (Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway), has issued a little circular, with diagrams, showing the manner of loading logs on cars, and insisting cars be loaded in str4ict...
    • Railroad velocipede-train

    • Railroads ; Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
    • [RAILROAD VELOCIPEDE-TRAIN ACCIDENT IN MARQUETTE COUNTY--1891]

      An ingenious Marquette county homesteader constructed a bicycle to fit the railroad, and had no end of fun with it until he went to sleep on it and was hit by a train. The...
    • Electric Light Company

    • Street -- Railroads
    • Electric Street Railroads meant electricity was available to the citizens of the Copper Country. The members of the community visit the Houghton county Electric Light company ""fair"" to view the latest in electric appliances and other items to...

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