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Historical Images & AV of The
Whitehall - Montague - White Lake Area

I began this project to share my historical collection
years ago and it is finally a reality. It's only a start.
Yes, it's not wildlife but why not share it?

It is a haphazard mix of what I've collected living in
the White Lake area: Some from family albums, from
projects I've worked on, images/video that I created,
material given to me & items of unknown origin
passed from one person to another over the years.
                                           Jerry

Much of the credit for the historical research in this site goes to Barb Brow. She is a seemingly endless source of local history

Comments, corrections, links etc. contact:  jerry@ [my domain-name-at the top of the page, no spaces]

Inaugurated September 2019

     

 Updates will be indicated
 
Audio & Video
 
Images & Information

 

A movie of Whitehall Michigan's
100th birthday. - 1960

Video memories of the Todd Pharmacy
lunch counter from - 1994

A video tour through the Genesco tannery just prior to its deconstruction - 2007

A tour of the completed restoration of the
L. G. Ripley home, Montague, MI - 2018

 

 

 

Snapshots from a family album. A Montague "Home Coming" the 1930 fire & others. 
[ Updated 10/22/19 ]

Tannery group photos with ID's From the Dexter King Collection. You may find someone you knew.

White Lake Villa Resort

"Celebrate White Lake" Posters

Images of Montague
[ Updated 10/22/19 ]

Images of Whitehall from Pitkin family collection
[ Updated 11-1-19 ] [Updated 11-3-19 ]

Pitkin's Pharmacy over the decades from Pitkin family collection
[ Added 11-3-19 ]

Images of Whitehall   --- coming

Images of White Lake   --- coming

An interactive 360 degree tour of the old Whitehall "Pinheads" bowling alley in Whitehall.


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Be sure to visit the official
White Lake Area Historical Society Website
for much more local history

The WLAHS would appreciate your support. Consider joining and enjoying the tours & presentations. Download membership form here

Remembering White Lake History
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Montague Museum Website