PRESQUE ISLE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM    

                               THE BRADLEY HOUSE  & THE HOFFMAN ANNEX        

 

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A Century In Stone
Calcite Quarry History

 

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Carl D. Bradley

 
 
 

 

 

 

“Coming in 2015”

 

A New Local History Book By
Gerald Micketti & Mark Thompson

 
• The Real Story of the Founding of Rogers City

  The Most Complete Story of the Murder
of the Notorious Albert Molitor,
the Self-Appointed “King of Presque Isle County”

• Stories of the Ghost Towns of Bell, Thompson’s Harbor, Crawford’s Quarry, Spensville, Clay Banks, Hammond, and Grace

 
     

                                                                                 

 Text Box: • Goes on Sale in the Museum Bookstore on Saturday, July 4 from 12:30-4:30 p.m.  The authors will be present to sign books.

• “Members Only” Reception and Book Signing on Friday, July 3, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in conjunction with the opening of Artists, Artisans & Authors and Harry Whiteley’s Office.

 
 
 
Text Box: AAA
Artists
Artisans
and
Authors

OF PRESQUE ISLE COUNTY
Text Box: • The largest exhibit of the works of local 
artists and authors ever assembled.

• Unequaled in both the number of artists and authors represented and the diversity of their works.

• This landmark exhibit opens on Saturday, July 4
and continues until September 26.

• Because of the size of the exhibit, works will be
displayed in both the Bradley House and Hoffman Annex. 

• FREE ADMISSION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harry Whiteley’s Office

 We will honor Harry Whitely, long-time publisher of the Presque Isle County Advance and member of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission by re-creating his office in the Bradley House.

 • The exhibit will open on Saturday, July 4 and continue through the summer months.

 • The museum opens for the season on May 16 and will be open from 12:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays until September 26.

 
     

                   

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