Nelson Street in Norway, Michigan (2 of 2)

300 and 400 Block of Nelson Street (Main Street), Looking South, Norway, Mich., ca. 1914: Postmarked February 7, 1914, this postcard view shows the west side of Norway’s Nelson Street (now Main Street) looking south. The following businesses and their respective addresses were listed in the 1913 Directory of the Cities of Iron Mountain and Norway and Dickinson County, beginning with the Masonic Block to the right in the above photograph: 318, Fit Well Clothing, Lazarus Charash, proprietor; 320, Axel Aronson & Emil Eklund, groceries and meats; 322, Norway Clothing House, Anton Anderson, proprietor; 322, Michael St. Peter & Son (Frank), insurance and real estate; 324, Paul Jacobsen, druggist; 330, The Current building; 330, Edward Melin & John Larson, saloon; 330, J.C. Knight, lawyer; 332, William H. Weber, druggist; 400, First National Bank; 400, Dr. Boyd L. Kelley, dentist; 404, Gust Albert Malmgren, druggist; 406, John Perkins & Son (Samuel), general merchandise; 410, Waters & Erickson, furniture and undertaking, Berger Erickson, manager; 412, John De Roeck, saloon; 414, Andrew T. Sethney & Co., groceries; 416, Arvid E. Asp & Co., dry goods and gentlemen’s furnishings (A.E. Asp, J.E. Anderson, Gust Anderson); 418, John Eklund, jeweler; 420-424, Ramsdell’s Hardware & Crockery Store (Wilmer M. Ramsdell). [William John Cummings], Item also published with caption in: Dickinson County, Michigan : from earliest times through the Twenties / compiled and edited by William John Cummings. Iron Mountain, Mich. : Dickinson County Board of Commissioners, 1991. 432 p. : ill, maps, ports. ; 3
Abstract/Description: 300 and 400 Block of Nelson Street (Main Street), Looking South, Norway, Mich., ca. 1914: Postmarked February 7, 1914, this postcard view shows the west side of Norway’s Nelson Street (now Main Street) looking south. The following businesses and their respective addresses were listed in the 1913 Directory of the Cities of Iron Mountain and Norway and Dickinson County, beginning with the Masonic Block to the right in the above photograph: 318, Fit Well Clothing, Lazarus Charash, proprietor; 320, Axel Aronson & Emil Eklund, groceries and meats; 322, Norway Clothing House, Anton Anderson, proprietor; 322, Michael St. Peter & Son (Frank), insurance and real estate; 324, Paul Jacobsen, druggist; 330, The Current building; 330, Edward Melin & John Larson, saloon; 330, J.C. Knight, lawyer; 332, William H. Weber, druggist; 400, First National Bank; 400, Dr. Boyd L. Kelley, dentist; 404, Gust Albert Malmgren, druggist; 406, John Perkins & Son (Samuel), general merchandise; 410, Waters & Erickson, furniture and undertaking, Berger Erickson, manager; 412, John De Roeck, saloon; 414, Andrew T. Sethney & Co., groceries; 416, Arvid E. Asp & Co., dry goods and gentlemen’s furnishings (A.E. Asp, J.E. Anderson, Gust Anderson); 418, John Eklund, jeweler; 420-424, Ramsdell’s Hardware & Crockery Store (Wilmer M. Ramsdell). [William John Cummings]
Subject(s): Central business districts
Clothing trade
Cities and towns
Norway (Mich.)
Date Created: 1902 (approximate)