City of Algonac

St. Clair Co MI

Postcard (1908) from Paul Petoky

Algonac, one of the oldest settlements in Michigan, is situated at the head of the St. Clair Flats, in Clay Township, about fifteen miles south of St. Clair City. Its location is pleasant, but with the exception of Smith's saw mills and factory, it must be considered to be sleeping out this century. The Episcopal, Methodist and Catholic Churches are well represented. This village, as well as the entire district, is very fully treated in the Stewart Memoirs.



Algonac, MI (Main Street) (1950s) - Contributed by Paul Petosky



Algonac, MI (1940s) - Contributed by Paul Petosky



Algonac, MI (Camp Algonac) (1910) - contributed by Paul Petosky




Algonac, MI (White Star Line Landing - St. Clair River) (1917) - contributed by Paul Petosky




Sainte Claire Flats, MI (The Old Club Bar interior) (1910s)
contributed by Paul Petosky




Algonac, MI (Algonac Theatre) (1929) contributed by Paul Petosky




Algonac, MI (St. Clair River Drive) (1950s) - Contributed by Paul Petosky

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