Tag Archives: Fremad Association

View from Durkee’s Hotel

This photograph shows the village Glenwood in 1876. TitledĀ “View from Durkee’s Hotel.” Looking toward the lake from what is now the corner of 1st Avenue and 1st Street NE (by Phil Stumpf’s office – behind Palmer Creations/Glacial Printing), you can … Continue reading

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View from near Dr. Whittemore’s

This photograph shows the village Glenwood in 1876. The road leading away from the viewer is now Franklin Avenue / Highway 104 heading north. Most of the buildings on the left – middle of the image are along First Avenue … Continue reading

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Glenwood, August 1876 from Mr. Lathrop’s House

As promised, here is the first photo in the series of Glenwood Photographs taken in 1876 by N.J. Trenham. This photograph is titled “View from Mr. Lathrop’s.” Most of the buildings in this photo will be featured individually in coming … Continue reading

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G is for General Store

Pope County Museum A-Z is a continuing feature of our blog. Each week, I will highlight an item or items from our Museum collection. This week’s item is a General StoreĀ  – most specifically the Fremad Association. The General Store … Continue reading

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