Category Archives: Vintage

Vol. XX – #205 – 1928 Presidential Election

(Report by Jim) First, this is not an invitation to comment on the current election, but if you have any tidbits on the listed election or other historical elections, you may bring them up! Here are a few items from the 10/18/28 edition of the Leelanau Enterprise. This issue covered the 1928 campaign of Herbert Hoover vs. Al Smith.  It… Read more »

Vol XX – #079 More From the Enterprise 1934

(Report by Jim) Today’s report is from Leelanau Enterprise, Aug 2, 1934. What caught my eye was an ad offering “RIDES on Lake Michigan” given by none other than our favorite historical photographer, Erhardt Peters! Don’t forget the welding offered by Van’s Garage, just dial 22F2-1. Also, a harrowing tale of some kids capsizing a canoe a couple of miles… Read more »

Vol XIX – #334 -Blast From the Past #1 6-4-1925

(Report by Jim) Today is our first Blast From the Past featuring the Leelanau Enterprise from the early part of the 20th century. Today is 6/4/1925. There was an entire page dedicated to the benefits of the “electrification” of farms. The Leland baseball team exacted revenge on Northport 7-3 with Nedow and C. Carlson in “good form”. Stander Motor Co…. Read more »

Vol XIX – #198 – A Vintage Kind of Cruise

Report by Jim The Burnhams and the Shea family were Summer neighbors from the 1940s to the middle 90s. We were so close physically that I remember someone sneezing at one house and someone at the other house said: “Bless you”! It was quite a thrill today when Mike Shea texted me to say he was taking the Waterboy out… Read more »