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  • Collection: D.J. Angus Photographs
Go to Michigan. Beaver Island item page

Patrol Boat #1, Beaver Harbor, Beaver Island, Mi. This was the first patrol boat built specifically to monitor fishing around Beaver Island.
Go to Michigan. Beaver Island item page

Patrol Boat #1 leaving dock on Beaver Island. Notice the smoke coming from her Kahlenberg Engine. They smoked when running cold. Angus in background
Go to Michigan. Beaver Island item page

Patrol Boat #1 and Beaver Island Ferry Boat North Shore passing Stbd to Stbd. Coast Guard Life Saving Station In background.
Go to Michigan. Beaver Island ferry item page

North Shore ferry in the harbor at Beaver Island.
Go to Michigan. The Angus at Gallagher's Dock on Beaver Island item page

Angus at the Gallagher Dock, Beaver Island, MI.
Go to Michigan. Beaver Island's North Shore ferry item page

North Shore ferry at the Beaver Island Boat Dock.
Go to Michigan. Gallagher's dock on Beaver Island item page

Gallagher's Dock on Beaver Island.
Go to Michigan. Gallagher's Dock on Beaver Island item page

Gallagher's Dock on Beaver Island.
Go to Michigan. Beaver Island's Main St. item page

Beginning of Main St. in front of the public beach across from Holy Cross Hall on Beaver Island. Yes, you are correct. In 1951 the house on the right was owned by Grace Cole, next to it was her brother, Jewell Gillespie's garage/gas station. On the…
Go to Michigan. Beaver Island's Gallagher Dock item page

Gallagher Dock, the fish tug La Fond and Angus laying stern to stern. In the the best times the Gallagher dock shipped more whitefish than any other fishery in the country. They also cut ice from Beaver Harbor and supplied Beaver Island with ice for…
Go to Michigan. Working on Beaver Island item page

Beaver Island Harbor. Men working on a pond net driver. It had a stationary engine that lifted and dropped a large weight to drive pilings in for setting nets and driving dock pilings. Might have belonged to Charlie Martin.
Go to Michigan. Working on Beaver Island item page

Beaver Island Harbor. Men working on a pond net driver. It had a stationary engine that lifted and dropped a large weight to drive pilings in for setting nets and driving dock pilings. Might have belonged to Charlie Martin.
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