(Report by Jim)
Today’s photos older than most of the early 1900s shots we’ve shown here. These are part of a collection that Marv Anderson let me scan many years ago. I thought these might be Beebe images (possibly the Glen Arbor shot below), but the handwriting is different. Though I think these are too early to be Erhardt Peters. The road above is M22 heading North into Leland, probably around that first tight left curve after you pass the 45th parallel sign. The Steamship Leelanau above used to carry people up and down the river into Upper and Lower Lake Leelanau. It exploded in 1908, so I know that photo is the turn of the century.
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