Month: October 2007

Calumet

Facades (p9)

Today we take a closer look at the facades of two buildings along 5th Street, starting first with the Rowe…
Calumet

Facades (p8)

Moving on to the 200 block of 5th Street we start to get into the more interesting stuff. The first…
Calumet

Facades (p7)

While not on 5th street, this building along Oak just down from Bedazed caught my attention right off the bat.…
Calumet

Facades (p6)

This rather colorful embellisment sits above what use to be this buildings corner intrance – sitting at the intersection of…
Calumet

Facades (p5)

Todays building is the largest along the 300 block of 5th street – a large three story brick and sandstone…
Calumet

Facades (p4)

We now enter the 300 block of 5th Street during our facade tour. First stop here is this three-story beauty.…
Calumet

Facades (p3)

The M. Vertin Building, not to be confused with the Vertin Bros. building The sign that still hangs out front…
Calumet

Facades (p2)

Very few tourists venture up to the north end of 5th Street. If they did, they would find sitting atop…
Calumet

Facades (p1)

The J.W. Isakson Building, built in 1894; now home to the Omphale Art Gallery at the far end of 5th…
Mines

The Bat Cave (Seneca #3)

a curious structure atop the old Seneca #3 We have been here before, only then we had taken a right…
Scrapbook

Lets Play Name That Mine

In my submission box yesterday was this little gem from reader Bill Kasmauski. Its an old Northland Studios pic of…
Scrapbook

Another Point of View

the Champion No. 4, as seen from the point of view of Olivia Bartlett While my daily posting have ceased…
Scrapbook

Copper Country Scrapbook II

vacation time at Copper Country Explorer Before getting to the Scrapbook for today, I have an announcement for all my…