Schoolcraft County
Seney, Michigan
1897 Business Directory
Source:  Michigan State Gazetter and Business Directory 1897, by R. L. Polk, Page  1532
    A village of 250 people, located on the D., S. S. & A. and Manistique Railways, in township of same name, in Schoolcraft county, 45 miles north of Manistique, the county seat, and 32 miles south of Grand Marais, the terminus of the Manistique Railway.  Has 2 general stores which also do a private banking business, one drug store and several hotels.  Telephone connection with Manistique, South Manistique, Grand Marais and Thompson.  Exp., Western.  Tel., W. U.  W.W. Hargrave, Postmaster.
Seney Michigan 1897 Business Directory
American House Liston & Stemlin, Proprs.
Baleom, John W. Shingle Mill
Board of Trade Saloon Hugh Logan, Propr.
Bohn, Frank P. Physician
Drysdale, James Shoemaker
Duvall, Charles Barber
Garrick, Peter Telegraph Agent
Globe Hotel John S. McLeod, Propr.
Grondin Bros.
Edward A, & Phillip Grondin
Meats and Hotel
Grondin Phillip Justice
Grondin P. & Bro.
Phillip & Joseph L. Grondin
Gent's Furnishings
Hamilton & Kenny
James Hamilton, William Kenny
Harcourt, James Meats
Harcourt, Richard Saloon
Hargraves Bros. & Co.
Fred J. & Wilke W. Hargraves,
John W. Thompson
General Store and Bankers
Liston & Stemlin
John Liston, David Stemlin, Proprs.
American House
Logan, Hugh Propr.  Board of Trade Saloon
McCann, Thomas Constable
McLeod, John Propr. Globe Hotel
Miller, Frank Restaurant
Morrison, Murdock A. Justice
Morse & Schneider
Chauncy E. Morse, Rudolph E. Schneider
General Store, Shingle Mill and Bankers
Scott, Dr. Henry J. Druggist
Smith, C. J. Blacksmith
Wells, Laura A. Organist
Wells, N. H. General Store
Weston, Rev. N.W. Methodist