BUSINESS & MANUFACTURING
Mackinac County Michigan

WANTED - Men for loading lumber in yards, $2.00 per day; board, $4.00 per week; also men for the woods, wages $30 to $35 per month; work the year round. D.N. McLeod Lumber Co. Rexton Mich.
Monday, September 9, 1912 - Evening News (Sault Ste. Marie, MI) Page: 2


Coblestone Cafe 1940's St. Ignace from Paul

The Cobblestone Cafe was built and operated by Ed and Ida Quay in the 1930's. For a few years the south side was a garage. Later the garage was made into three hotel units. I Don and Marion Vaughn Knight bought the restaurant in the late 1940s. The unique-looking building was located just south of Indian Village on the lake side of State Street. (Phyllis Massey.)


Cobblestone Cafe 1950's St. Ignace - from Paul Petosky

Left: Lakeview House - Claude C. Cable Prop. / Right: Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company
Contributed by Paul Petosky - Advertisements appeared in the
"Standard Guide to Mackinac Island & Northern Lake Resorts" (1904)

The Old Fur Company Headquarters - Photo by Rossiter
Contributed by Paul Petosky / "Standard Guide to Mackinac Island & Northern Lake Resorts" (1904)

Lime Kiln Used on Mackinac Island 1780
Contributed by Paul Petosky / "Standard Guide to Mackinac Island & Northern Lake Resorts" (1904)

Blue Waters Restaruant 1960's Contributed by Paul Petosky


E.S. Bailey Carriage Line - Contributed by Paul Petosky


St. Ignace, MI (Evergreen Shores Cafe) (1940s)- Contributed by Paul Petosky


St. Ignace, MI (Buris Modern Cabins) (1958) - Contributed by Paul Petosky
Paul & Lucille Buris, proprietors


Gould City, MI (Duncan's Shell Service & Restaurant (1950s) - Contributed by Paul Petosky



St Ignace MI - Zaborsky's Bar in the 1950's) Contributed by Paul Petosky
Notice the postcards on the left selling at 5-cents each