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In Iron River, formerly Stambaugh. On the National Register of Historic Places. "This house was built in 1914 as the home of George Hamilton, one-time city engineer, and president of the Stambaugh village council in 1898. The house is a 1½ story bungalow with a gable roof and walls clad with stucco and shingles."

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Mark Dvorak is a Chicago area folksinger and a great friend from way back. We were happy to see his name on the marquee of the historic Crystal Theater in Crystal Falls, along with Red Tail Ring, which has its roots in the area.

Tags:   crystal falls upper peninsula michigan iron county national register historic places downtown theater movie folk music mark dvorak red tail ring

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The homeowner came out and asked why I was taking a photo of her house. I said because it was on the National Register of Historic Places. She said she doesn't know why it's called the Hanson house, since it was built by local builder Lindstrom and he and his family were the first owners. Here's what the National Register says "This house was built about 1920 for John W. Hanson. The house has stylized Federal details, including a segmental-arch side porch and Palladian windows in the gables, making this house unique in the county."

Tags:   national register historic places upper peninsula michigan iron county ironriver stambaugh

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The building is on the National Register of Historic Places, but I think that sign with the paint can deserves a place of its own!
Crystal Falls.

Tags:   Wills hardware John H Parks company building crystal falls iron county michigan national register historic places sign store sporting goods

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You go down to the end of the Stonington Peninsula for two reason--to climb the lighthouse and to watch the migrating birds and butterflies which congregate there before starting to cross Lake Michigan. Mission accomplished.

Tags:   tower stonington peninsula butterfly migration monarch upper michigan flying observation Monarch butterfly lighthouse Peninsula Point Peninsula Point Lighthouse Delta County Upper Peninsula sunny day


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