View of the east side of Quinnesec Avenue looking north

Quinnesec Avenue, Looking North, with Quinnesec Hotel, Quinnesec, Menominee County (later Dickinson County), Michigan, ca. 1880-1881: Dating about 1880-1881, this view of the east side of Quinnesec Avenue looking north in the village of the same name encompasses the area between Pine Street on the south and Brule Street and beyond on the north. The Chicago & North-Western Railway tracks are in the foreground. The Quinnesec Hotel was managed by A. Clement around this time. A bit farther up the street is the Commercial Dining Hall which was run by W.W. Felch. Wright Brothers, a general store run by Jason K. and Anson W. Wright, is just up the block. The two-story brick building on the north side of Paint Street is Buell’s Opera House. [Alice (Massie) Riekkola], 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: Quinnesec Avenue, Looking North, with Quinnesec Hotel, Quinnesec, Menominee County (later Dickinson County), Michigan, ca. 1880-1881: Dating about 1880-1881, this view of the east side of Quinnesec Avenue looking north in the village of the same name encompasses the area between Pine Street on the south and Brule Street and beyond on the north. The Chicago & North-Western Railway tracks are in the foreground. The Quinnesec Hotel was managed by A. Clement around this time. A bit farther up the street is the Commercial Dining Hall which was run by W.W. Felch. Wright Brothers, a general store run by Jason K. and Anson W. Wright, is just up the block. The two-story brick building on the north side of Paint Street is Buell’s Opera House. [Alice (Massie) Riekkola]
Subject(s): Central business districts
Cities and towns
Hotels
Quinnesec (Mich.)
Date Created: 1880 (approximate)