West side of South Stephenson Avenue, Iron Mountain, Michigan

East Side of the 300 Block of South Stephenson Avenue, Iron Mountain, ca. 1895-1900: Taken in the mid-1890’s, this view includes the Swedish Mission Church on East Ludington Street at the left, the N.P. Hulst High School, built in 1892, near the center, and the Swedish Baptist Church on East Hughitt Street on the right. The Chicago & North-Western Railway Depot’s rooftop is in the foreground. In 1892, businesses along this block, from left to right were: 303, Hancock & Sundstrom, general store; 305, N.C. Schuldes, millinery; 307, Michael Carey, cigar store and factory; Sophus Mortensen, photographer; 311, John J. Cole, gentlemen’s clothing; 313, Moriarity & Allen, fashion sample rooms (saloon); 317, Mathias Swanson, jeweler; 319, R. Frezinsky, store; 321, Clinton W. Montgomery Block, John T. Spencer, grocery store; 323, Arthur Uddenberg, druggist; 327, The Fair, A.M. Oppenheim, proprietor, general store; 331, Margaret Seibert, drug store, George F. Seibert, manager. [Menominee Range Historical Museum], 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: East Side of the 300 Block of South Stephenson Avenue, Iron Mountain, ca. 1895-1900: Taken in the mid-1890’s, this view includes the Swedish Mission Church on East Ludington Street at the left, the N.P. Hulst High School, built in 1892, near the center, and the Swedish Baptist Church on East Hughitt Street on the right. The Chicago & North-Western Railway Depot’s rooftop is in the foreground. In 1892, businesses along this block, from left to right were: 303, Hancock & Sundstrom, general store; 305, N.C. Schuldes, millinery; 307, Michael Carey, cigar store and factory; Sophus Mortensen, photographer; 311, John J. Cole, gentlemen’s clothing; 313, Moriarity & Allen, fashion sample rooms (saloon); 317, Mathias Swanson, jeweler; 319, R. Frezinsky, store; 321, Clinton W. Montgomery Block, John T. Spencer, grocery store; 323, Arthur Uddenberg, druggist; 327, The Fair, A.M. Oppenheim, proprietor, general store; 331, Margaret Seibert, drug store, George F. Seibert, manager. [Menominee Range Historical Museum]
Subject(s): Central business districts
Cities and towns
Iron Mountain (Mich.)
Date Created: 1900 (approximate)