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5th Street, Red Jacket, winter [Image #:MTU Neg 00189]

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Anonymous7/26/2006 1:36:48 PMSeems like every town in the Copper Country had a Chinese laundry.
Erik Nordberg, MTU Archivist2/19/2008 8:47:20 AMI like the barber pole in this photograph.


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Title: 5th Street, Red Jacket, winter
Photographer: Unknown
Date: Unknown
Description: 5th Street, Red Jacket, winter [A photo of a snow-covered street in Red Jacket (now known as Calumet). A dog is standing on the sidewalk, and several people are visible in the scene. Signs on buildings include "Central Hotel and Restaurant," "Dunn's," "Lee Laundry," and "Optician." Two church steeples are visible in the background, one of them the St. Anne Catholic Church.]
Source of Description: Negative notebook database [cataloger]
Subject(s):


 
Human Settlements - Cities and Towns
Buildings - Commercial Buildings
Seasons - Winter
Number of Pieces: One Piece(s)
Medium: glass plate;
Color: B&W;
Size: 25.3 cm x 20.3 cm
Polarity: ; Negative.
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Local Note(s):

 
Donor: Roy Drier
Institution: MTU Archives
Collection: Roy Drier Photographic Collection
Collection #:
Image #: MTU Neg 00189
Condition: Good