The Nordmeer Anchor


The Nordmeer Anchor

The Nordmeer anchor in 2003 with a fresh paint job.

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Tom & Carolyn Scott With The Nordmeer Anchor


Tom & Carolyn Scott With The Nordmeer Anchor

Tom and Carolyn Scott in 2003 hold hands during a visit to the anchor in their front yard on Crane Road.

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The Nordmeer Anchor, 8496 Crane Road


The Nordmeer Anchor, 8496 Crane Road

The anchor is leaning up against a tree at the end of their driveway on Crane Road.

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The Nordmeer Anchor


The Nordmeer Anchor

The anchor decorated for the Christmas season.

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The Final Resting Place of the Nordmeer’s Anchor

Author: 
Joyce E. Mammoser
Parent ID: 
Ypsilanti Gleanings
The Final Resting Place of the Nordmeer’s Anchor
The Final Resting Place of the Nordmeer’s Anchor
The Final Resting Place of the Nordmeer’s Anchor
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Robert & Eric Anschuetz and Friends


Robert & Eric Anschuetz and Friends

Eric, Eugene, an unknown friend, and Robert with a portion of their haul of 100 fish. These strung-up fish were the unfortunate leftovers destined for the garden after the kids made some sales on River Street.

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Frog Island


Frog Island

Site on the Huron River at Frog Island where Robert and Eric Anschuetz once caught 100 fish in a single day.

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Childhood Memories of Frog Island from the 1970’s

Author: 
Robert and Eric Anschuetz
Parent ID: 
Ypsilanti Gleanings
Childhood Memories of Frog Island from the 1970’s
Childhood Memories of Frog Island from the 1970’s
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Frog Island Flood Damage, 1918


Frog Island Flood Damage, 1918

Damage from the floods in 1918.

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Scovill Lumber Company Race, c. 1895


Scovill Lumber Company Race, c. 1895

Scovill Lumber Company Race in c1895.

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