Schoolcraft County
South Manistique
Postal History
1897 Business Directory
 
 
 
 
    Postmasters for South Manistique
Contributed by Paul Petosky
 
Matthew Gunton............March 9, 1883 (Date of establishment)
William A. Merriman....April 8, 1884
Albert C. Hubbell...........May 11, 1885
James H. Bennett............October 15, 1896
John A. Robinson............December 2, 1903 to December 14, 1903 (discontinued date)
 
 
 
Source:  Michigan State Gazetter and Business Directory 1897, R. L. Polk and Co., Detroit, Mich.   Page 1551
 
South Manistique
    A village of 400 people, on Lake Michigan and on the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway, in Harrison township, Schoolcraft County, 2 1/2 miles southwest of Manistique, the county seat and banking point, and 60 from Escanaba.  The general offices, store and lumber mill of Hall & Buell are located here.  Exp., Western.  Tel., Soo Line.  Stage daily to Thompson; fare, 50 cents.
 
 
 
 
Business Directory
South Manistique
1897
 
 Brown, Charles Hotel
 Coon, James Manager, Hall & Buell's General Store
 Hall & Buell
(A. Hall, Andrew A. Buell)
A. C. Hubble general manager,
Lumber manufacturers and General Store
 Hubble, Albert C.
Hubble & McAllister,
General Manager Hall and Buell,
Supervisor Harrison township
 National Loan and Investment
 Company
A. C. Hubble, Agent