Manistique and Lake Superior
|Controlled by||Ann Arbor Railroad|
Claude Thomas Stoner photographs and papers, 1870s-1977.
- Correspondence, subject files, printed matter and photographs. The photographs (7 linear ft.), collected from various sources, show locomotives, railroad stations, train wrecks, car ferries, street railroads, logging railroads, railroad and tunnel construction, and other subjects related to railroads, documenting about 300 different rail lines. The subject files contain material concerning the Ann Arbor Railroad, the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, the Manistee and Northeastern Railway Company, the Michigan Central Railroad, the Pere Marquette Railroad, and Ephraim Shay.
George P. McCallum photograph series, 1892-1960s.
- The collection includes two photographs of railroad employees standing next to trains of the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic and Manistique and Lake Superior.
Penn Central Transportation Company records, 1835-1981.
- The photograph series, 1930 and 1960s, includes photos of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, terminal of the Wisconsin and Michigan Transportation Company (car ferry operating between Milwaukee and Grand Haven, Michigan); and of remains of Ann Arbor car ferry at Manistee, Michigan.