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John Haeussler8/6/2014 10:41:22 AMThis photo shows the eastern side of Tezcuco Street from Hancock Street up to Quincy Street. Evert and Dollinger's Milwaukee House (with Saloon 8) is at the northeast corner of Hancock and Tezcuco. At the north end of the block we get a glimpse of William Kerredge's hardware store, part of the Copper Country Community Arts Center today. The front of Edward Perso's dry goods store is also visible on the northeast corner of Quincy and Tezcuco. The balcony seen to the far left is that of the Lake View House, probably known as the International Hotel at the time this photo was taken.


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Title: Hancock Street Scenes
Photographer: Unknown
Date: 1911
Description: Hancock Tezcuco Street [Photo shows the Saloon 8, a barber shop and hardware store. Children and a puppy play in the street. A team of horses pulling a wagon travel down the dirt road.]
Source of Description: Back of photo [cataloger]
Subject(s):


 
Human Settlements - Cities and Towns
Buildings - Commercial Buildings - Stores, Retail
Persons
Number of Pieces: One Piece(s)
Medium: glass plate;
Color: B&W;
Size: 19.5 cm x 23.5 cm
Polarity: ; Negative.
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Donor: Roy Drier
Institution: MTU Archives
Collection: Roy Drier Photographic Collection
Collection #:
Image #: MTU Neg 00252
Condition: Fair