Monthly Archives: October 2015

Lake View through Trees, Michigan

This image shows a moderate sized lake as seen through the upper branches of a pine tree along the shore.

From a Natural Color Transparency, The L. L. Cook Co., Milwaukee, Wis.

The description states:

G-188

A gnarled pine frames the blue waters of a Northland lake.

Vacationland Scene

–This card does not clearly identify its location other than in Michigan, most likely on the upper peninsula, but possibly in the upper half of the lower peninsula. This card is dated 1958.

Fawn and Doe, Beulah, Michigan

This image is a an artwork depicting a whitetail doe with its fawn as they stand in a meadow.

Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C. T. Art-Colortone” Post Card

There is no description on the back of this card. Beulah, Michigan is on the lower peninsula of Michigan, near the Lake Michigan shoreline, a short distance southwest of Traverse City.

This card was used and is dated 16 Aug 1956.

Whitetail Buck, Ontonagon, Michigan

This image shows a whitetail buck paying close attention to the photographer, while having his head turned to track an apparent scent.

From a Natural Color Transparency, The L. L. Cook Co., Milwaukee, Wis.

The description states:

SENSING DANGER

Moving silently through the woods, pausing now and then for a cautious backward glance, this buck is keenly aware that something is amiss.

Vacationland Scene

–The image has the legend on the front “Greetings from Ontonagon, Mich. This city is in the extreme western part of the upper peninsula of Michigan, overlooking Lake Superior.

This card was dated 1952.