Isle Royale (Mich.)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of copies of interviews and conversations recorded by the Cook County Historical Society.
The collection consists of 15 audiotapes comprising approximately 11 hours of conversation with three Isle Royale commercial fishing people. The interviews were conducted in conjunction with research for a master’s thesis paper.
The collection consists of eight photographs showing Isle Royale, two hunting scenes near Split Rock, and two pictures of the Duluth Boat Club taken from the bay.
The collection consists of photocopies of interviews and excerpts from interviews with Robert and Edgar Johns conducted by Helen White and Hawk Tolson. Topics covered include family history, commercial fishing, Isle Royale, place names, vessels, daring exploits on Lake Superior, fishing families, and conditions of daily life.
The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings pertaining to Singer’s role in the Lake Superior transportation business from 1899-1903.
The collection contains a ship's log book, June 1933-July 1935, noting route, time and weather conditions of 18 voyages of the Steamer Winyah, a freighter that served commercial fisherman along the north shore of Lake Superior and Isle Royale. Also included is a pamphlet of regulations of the Duluth-Superior harbor.
The collection contains Frank M. Warren's records from the Isle Royale Citizens’ Committee 1926-1929.