UBP.3 2 UBP.3m. Folder 1: (Robert C. Miles, Charlevoix)
verso: About the year 1910, most farmers were forced to work six days a week, from sunrise to sunset, in order to have an adequate standard of living. After attending church on Sunday, if someone in the area was fortunate enough to own a phonograph, he would lug it a considerable distance to the home of some friend, where neighbors for miles would gather for an afternoon of music and visiting
verso: Iron Furnace erected in 1872-commenced manufacture of pig iron in June, 1873. Made 30 tons of pig iron daily. The furnace in blast 478 days, averaging 39,913 tons daily for the entire year, Oct. 18, 1879. "Steel Associates Bulletin."
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verso: Patriots parade during World War behind co.5 Mich. State Troops is a group of men drafted for service. Ruler laid on marks shows Corp. Chas. A. Weissert. Ruler laid on marks at left shows location of Weissert Bros. store. Black mark below cornice is [...] sign, "Weissert Bros' Hardware"