Bronner's Christmas Decorations
Title:
Bronner's Christmas Decorations
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Bronner's Decorations - America's Largest Year-Round Display of Christmas Decorations
Title:
Bronner's Decorations - America's Largest Year-Round Display of Christmas Decorations
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
BRONNER'S feature America's largest year-round display of indoor and outdoor Christmas decorations from the new world, old world and the Orient. BRONNER'S invite you to join their many customers who return annually to select exciting decorations for every occasion--for homes, businesses, churches, cities, parks, parades and parties. SALESROOM REGULAR HOURS: MON. thru SAT. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed SAT. afternoons, JAN. thru APR.) Additional PEAK SEASON HOURS: Oct. 1 to Christmas - Thurs. Eve till 9 Nov. 1 to Christmas - Sundays 2-5 CLOSED HOLIDAYS



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Frankenmuth family style chicken dinners are world-famous. In a town of only 2,750 people, 7,000 dinners may be served in a single day. Dining Room, Coffee Shop, Stein Room, and Gift Shop. Located 15 miles south of Saginaw and 25 miles north of Flint. Get off I-75 Expressway at Birch Run-Frankenmuth Exit (Northbound), and on Frankenmuth-Bridgeport Exit (Southbound).


Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Stein Room has unusual wine display and stein collection. Specializing in native and imported draft beer. Also serving many varieties of cocktails and wines that will appeal to your tastes. Wine and beer served in wine decanters and beer barrels, as shown on bar. Back bar highlighted by mounted half barrels surrounded by mirrors.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Entrance to Fein Schmecker Haus and Wine Kellar. Featuring homemade Stollen, Backofen Brot, Roggen Brot, and many other varieties of freshly baked goods. Wine Keller specializes in native wines and high quality imported wines.



Rau's Country Store
Title:
Rau's Country Store
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
John D. Freeman The Bright Red Building just two doors north of the Zehnder Hotel. An authentic Old Style Establishment featuring the type of merchandise that dates back to the Horse and Buggy Days when Grandpa did Grandma's shopping. Plan to visit the Old Country Store and Colonial Galleries. Enjoy the charm and friendly atmosphere of the by-gone era. Koppel Color Cards


Bronner's Decorations
Title:
Bronner's Decorations
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



The Lutheran Home
Title:
The Lutheran Home
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Lutheran Home founded in 1968, functions as a skilled and basic care nursing home in addition to a self-care unit for the elderly. Guided by a spirit of Christian love, The Lutheran Home shows an honest concern for all residents, endeavoring at all times to help all to retain their personal identity.


Carling Brewing Company
Title:
Carling Brewing Company
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Bronner's - Gifts and Decorations
Title:
Bronner's - Gifts and Decorations
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome


Fischer's Restaurant
Title:
Fischer's Restaurant
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1946 Jun-21



Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Fischer's Restaurant
Title:
Fischer's Restaurant
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Fischer's Restaurant
Title:
Fischer's Restaurant
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Famous Frankenmuth chicken dinners. Annually serve 100,000 dinners and use 33,500 chickens; seating capacity 450; on M83, six miles off M10 and M23; pop. 1100 Salesman's Sample



Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1955 Jun-7


Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Title:
Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
25 Christmas Lane



Bronner's Life Size Nativity Scene
Title:
Bronner's Life Size Nativity Scene
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Visit Bronner's Christmas showrooms featuring nearly 200 styles of nativity scenes from more the 25 nations. Sizes vary from n inch to life size. For use in homes, churches, businesses, cities, parks, shopping centers


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
713 South Main Street. The Bavarian Inn caters to families, offering quality food and service at reasonable prices. World famous chicken dinners or seafood, steaks, and authentic German entrees with all the trimmings. Open year-round 11:00am - 9:30 pm, daily. Join us for the holidays too and leave the cooking to us! Phone (517) 652-9941



Visit Bronner's Decorations
Title:
Visit Bronner's Decorations
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bronner's feature America's largest year-round display of indoor and outdoor Christmas decorations from the new world, old world and the Orient. Bronner's invites you to join their many customers who return annually to select gifts & decorations for every occasion - for homes, businesses, churches, cities, parks, parades and parties


Frankenmuth Motel
Title:
Frankenmuth Motel
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Frankenmuth Motel 1218 South Weiss Street Frankenmuth, Mich. 48734 Located 7 miles from I-75 & US 23. Nicely Landscaped Grounds - Pleasant, Well Furnished Rooms - TV - Phones - Air-Conditioned. phone: Area Code (517) 652-6171 Ron Groh, Owner "Where friendliness and cleanliness reign supreme"



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
FRANKENMUTH BAVARIAN INN 713 South Main Street Frankenmuth, Michigan 48734 Handcarved crests of native Frankenmuth families adorn walls of Family Crest Room. Beautiful ceiling and large chandeliers enhance this room with seating capacity of 400 people. Available for banquets, weddings, business meetings. European background music, smiling, costumed waitresses and waiters in dirndels and lederhosen, and fine atmosphere await you. Phone (517) 652-9941


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
FRANKENMUTH BAVARIAN INN Frankenmuth, Michigan 48734 Enjoy Old World atmosphere while dining in our lovely Heidelberg Room. Delicate foods enhanced by Old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to more than half a million visitors each year in our Bavarian Room, Family Crest Room, Kaffee Haus, Austrian Room, and Heidelberg Room. Come see our Stein Room, Gift Shop, Bake Shop, and Wine Cellar



Austrian Room at the Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Austrian Room at the Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn Frankenmuth, Michigan 48734 Austrian Room - seating capacity 140 people. This room is highlighted by a large three-tiered chandelier and hand-carved plaques of Austrian provinces. Specially designed chairs add charming atmosphere to the decor. This room caters to private parties, as well as drop-in trade


Kern's Sausages
Title:
Kern's Sausages
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Manufacturers of 20 varieties of Bavarian sausage and lunchmeat, all made with recipes handed down for generations within the family. Established in 1949. Also groceries, home cured hams, bacon and other meats. Featuring large variety of domestic and imported cheeses and wines, and a complete bake shop. Located on the corner of Main and Jefferson



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The stein room has an unusual wine display and stein collection. Our wine and beer are served in wine decanters and beer barrels as shown on the bar. The back bar is highlighted by mounted half barrels surrounded by mirrors


Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Title:
Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
26 Christmas Lane, PO Box 176. Open 361 days a year. Designers, producers, importers, exporters, distributors. Bronner's global selection of trims and gifts attracts more than 2 million visitors annually. This wonderland has been declared a Michigan Embassy of Tourism



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Enjoy Old World atmosphere while dining in our lovely Heidelberg Room. Delicate foods enhanced by Old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to more than half a million visitors each year in our Bavarian Room, Family Crest Room, Kaffee Haus, Upstairs Dining Room, and Heidelberg Room. Come and see our Stein Room, Gift Shop, Bake Shop, and Wine Cellar Koppel Color Cards


Bavarian Haus Motel
Title:
Bavarian Haus Motel
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
P.O. Box 263, 1365 South Main St. (517)652-6144. 114 Air-conditioned rooms - Swimming Pool and Spa - Breakfast Room - 24-hour Self-dial Phones. From I-75 south take Birch Run exit. From North take the Bridgeport Exit. Half mile from center of town



Frankenbuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenbuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1967 Jul-24

Description:
The Bavarian Gift Shoppe offers a wide selection of gifts from all over the world. Imported glassware, weather vanes, genuine hummels, Bavarian boy and girl dolls, wine decanters and jewelry - gifts for every member of the family


The Official Bavarian Festival Om-pah-pah Band
Title:
The Official Bavarian Festival Om-pah-pah Band
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Entertaining visitors on Main Street. During the festival, held each year the second full week in June, we had approximately 24 different bands playing all dressed in lederhosen. Many visitors spend their time strolling down Main Street buying thousands of pounds of sausage, cheese, homemade foods, handicrafts and souvenirs



Old World Heritage
Title:
Old World Heritage
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Civic pride expanded when the Frankenmuth State Bank erected as its new home this expression of community heritage. COmbined are the architectural treatments of old Bavaria and the functional planning for today's banking. Bavarian Festival held each year the second full week of June. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off I-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit


St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. Present brick church built in 1880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of largest Lutheran Missouri Synod Churches in world. Frakenmuth's history pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Your stay in Frankenmuth would not be complete without attending one of the Sunday Services at St. Lorenz with winter's finery adorning the countryside. English Services at 8:00 & 10:45 AM and German Service at 9:15 AM



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth's family style chicken dinners are world-famous in a city of only 3,200. In a single day, 8,000 dinners may be served. D ining room, Kaffee Haus, Stein Room, gift shop, bake shop, and wine cellar. Located 15 miles north of Flint. Get off I-75 Expressway at Birch Run-Frankenmuth Exit (Northbound) on Frankenmuth-Bridgeport Exit (Southbound)


Maypole
Title:
Maypole
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
the "Malbaum" (Maypole) is adorned by 12 handcarved crests. The first two crests are of the city of Frankenmuth and Gunzenhausen (Frankenmuth's Sister City in Germany). Remaining crests are: Lumbermen, Farmer, Butcher, Chef, Baker, Miller, Spinning Lady, Carpenter, Blacksmith, and Mason to represent occupations of past or present residents. Maypoles flaunt entrances of many Bavarian villages in Germany



Zehnders
Title:
Zehnders
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
World Famous Chicken Dinners. Steaks and Seafoods. Zehnder's, located in Historic Frankenmuth, offers pleasant, leisurely dining. Early American decor with Old Fashioned cooking. Seating capacity over 1,200. Located on M-83 near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. 10 minutes from Interstate I-75 Expressway


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Enjoy Old World atmosphere while dining in our lovely Heidelberg Room. Delicate foods enhanced by Old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to more than half a million visitors each year in our Bavarian Room, Family Crest Room, Kaffee Haus, Austrian Room, and Heidelberg Room. Come see our Stein Room, Gift Shop, Bake Shop and Wine Cellar Koppel



The Children's Parade
Title:
The Children's Parade
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Opening the Bavarian Festival, held each year the second full week in June, is the Frankenmuth High School Band dressed in Lederhosen. The Children's Parade is held on Saturday of the Festival week. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off I-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit


Frankenmuth's Bavarian Haus Motel
Title:
Frankenmuth's Bavarian Haus Motel
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
114 air-conditioned rooms. Swimming pool and a spa. Breakfast room. 24-hour self dial phones. From I75 South take Birch run exit. From North take the Bridgeport exit. Half-mile from center of town



Maypole
Title:
Maypole
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Malbaum" (Maypole) is adorned by 12 handcarved crests. The first two crests are of the City of Frankenmuth and Gunzenhausen (Frankenmuth's Sister City in Germany). Remaining crests are : Lumberman, Farmer, Butcher, Chef, Baker, Miller, Spinning Lady, Carpenter, Blaksmith, and Mason to represent occupations of past or present residents. Maypoles flaunt entrances of many Bavarian villages in Germany


Bavarian Haus Motel
Title:
Bavarian Haus Motel
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bavarian Haus Motel 1365 South Main Street Frankenmuth, Michigan 48734 80 Air-conditioned rooms. Heated Swimming Pool. Breakfast Room. 24-hour Self-dial Phones. From I-75 south take Birch Run exit. From NOrth take the Bridgeport Exit. 1/2 mile from center of town. Phone (517) 652-6144



Zehnder's Hotel & Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Zehnder's Hotel & Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Zehnder's and the Bavarian Inn are two world-famous restaurants, renowned for their family-style chicken dinners. In a single day, 7,000 dinners may be served between the two establishments. The Bavarian Inn is noted for its Old-World atmosphere and decor contrasted to Zehnder's Early-American motif. Frankenmuth is located 25 miles north of Flint, 15 miles south of Saginaw, just east of I-75. Northbound use Birch Run-Frankenmuth exit. Southbound use Frankenmut-Bridgeport exit


Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Title:
Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan, U.S.A. Features a World-Wide Selection of Decorations and Gifts For Christmas And For All Seasons And Reasons BRONNER'S FAMILY CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND 25 Christmas Lane, FRANKENMUTH, MICHIGAN 48734 U.S.A. This fantasy land features Christmas and all-seasons decorations for homes, churches, businesses, industry, city streets, shopping centers, malls, halls, parties, and parades. Gift certificates available. OPEN 361 days a year (Closed Jan. 1, Easter, U.S. Thanksgiving, Dec. 25) BRONNER'S Christmas Decorations Frankenmuth, MICH. AMERICA'S LARGEST YEAR-ROUND DISPLAY Phone 517 652-9931



Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Title:
Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1986 Apr-14

Description:
BRONNER'S FAMILY CHRISTmas WONDERLAND 25 CHRISTmas Lane, P.O. Box 176 FRANKENMUTH, MICHIGAN 48734-0176 U.S.A. OPEN 361 days a year designers producers importers exporters distributors BRONNER'S Christmas Decorations Frankenmuth, MICH. AMERICA'S LARGEST YEAR ROUND DISPLAY Imagine! Bronner's features 30,000 trims and gifts for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, CHRISTmas and many other gift-giving occasions. Gift certificates are available. Phone 517/652-9931 Recorded Hours 517/652-8231


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bavarian Inn "branch" of the Zehnder family is a 4th generation business and has been instrumental in the development of Frankenmuth since the first family members arrived from Bavaria in 1845. Family serving Families. World Famous Chicken Dinners. Unique shopping...gifts and baked goods. Large or Small Group Facilities. Open year-round. 11 A.M. - 9:30 P.M. Just minutes off I-75 between Flint and Saginew



Bronner's Christmas Decorations
Title:
Bronner's Christmas Decorations
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 42135490 America’s largest year round display of Christmas and All-Seasons decorations for homes, churches, businesses, cities, parades, and parties. Artistic Glass Ornaments, Christmas Trees, Nativity Sets, Sculptured Candles, Animated Figures, Collectibles, Hummels, Bibles, Crucifixes, Music Boxes, Toys. Featuring merchandise from 35 nations in religious, traditional and toyland themes. Bring your camera. Open 361 days of the year. Phone (517) 652-9931


Carling Brewing Company
Title:
Carling Brewing Company
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
141948 Series The Cass River, named after former territorial Governor of Michigan, Lewis Cass, flows past Carling Brewery. Original Brewery established here was Frankenmuth Brewing Company, founded in 1899. Plant was purchased by Carling Brewing Company in 1956. This is largest Brewing Corporation in World, brewing 27 different brands of beer throughout World. In United States, Carlings has five breweries. Dam originally constructed of rock, oak slabs, and earth in summer of 1847 by Hubinger Brothers



Zehnder's Frankenmuth Chicken Dinners
Title:
Zehnder's Frankenmuth Chicken Dinners
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth is located on M-83 just a few miles off U.S. 10-23, near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. Approximately 7 minutes drive from Interstate 75 Expressway


Choir of St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
Choir of St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
During the Bavarian Festival, the second full week in June, the 250-voice choir of St. Lorenze Lutheran Church is shown presenting a concert. Frankenmuth is noted for its outstanding choirs and also folk singing in the German and English language. The Festival is run by the Civic Events Council. All funds raised go for Civic Improvement Projects. The Frankenmuth Historical Association sponsors a Pioneer Exhibit. Frankenmuth, Michigan, 48734--where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off I-75 Expressway



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 164123 One of the Inn's six dining rooms, the Alpine Room seats approximately 250 people. Can be reserved for private parties and banquets. Masculine décor features unique chandellers, wall decor, and Bavarian “Kachelofen” (tiled stove). The Inn has a total seating capacity of 1,000 people and serves nearly 1,000,000 people annually all in a town of only 3,700.


Bronner's Of Frankenmuth
Title:
Bronner's Of Frankenmuth
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 41024 See America's Largest Year 'Round Display of Christmas Decorations Bronner's feature indoor and out-door decorations from the Americas, Old World and Orient for Christmas and all seasons. Bronner's invite you to join their many customers who return annually to select exciting decorations for every occasion — for homes, businesses, churches, cities, parks, parades and parties.



Bronner's Christmas Wonderland
Title:
Bronner's Christmas Wonderland
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 0286 PP Welcome to 25 Christmas Lane, the home of Bronner's Christmas Wonderland. Bronner's the world's largest year-round display of Christmas decorations, offers over 30,000 trims and gifts for all seasons, reasons and budgets.


Chamber Of Commerce & Visitor Information, 635 South Main Street
Title:
Chamber Of Commerce & Visitor Information, 635 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
This 4,000 square foot Bavarian styled facility was dedicated in October, 1978 and financed by City, Chamber of commerce and private donations. Consists of regional Information center, offices. Meeting rooms, public restrooms, and enlarged parking area. Serving a community of 3,700 visited by over 2 million visitors each year. Established 1967; celebrating more than a decade of steady progress



Frankenmuth R. V Park & Campground, 1339 Weiss St
Title:
Frankenmuth R. V Park & Campground, 1339 Weiss St
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in the city of Frankenmuth a short distance off 1-75 Expressway. 142 full hook-up sites - attractive, clean restrooms with showers - heated pool - Store - game room - Playground bottle gas service - trailer dumping laundry.


Maypole
Title:
Maypole
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Malbaum" (Maypole) is adorned by 12 handcarved Crest. The first two crests are of the City of Frankenmuth and Gunzenhausen (Frankenmuth's Sister City in Germany). Remaining crests are Lumberman, Farmer, Butcher, Chef, Baker, Miller, spinning Lady, Carpenter Blacksmith, and mason to represent occupations of past or present residents. Maypoles flaunt entrances of many Bavarian villages in Germany.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth's family style chicken dinners are world-famous in a city of only 2,750. In a single day, 7,000 dinners may be served, Dining Room, Coffee shop, Stein room, Gift Shop, Bake Shop and Wine Cellar. Located 15 miles north of flint. Get off 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run-Frankenmuth Exit (Northbound) on Frankenmuth-Bridgeport Exit (Southbound).


Frankenmuth Cheese Haus
Title:
Frankenmuth Cheese Haus
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Featuring famous Frankenmuth Cheese. Exquisite Cheeses of the world sold in bulk or in unusual gift packages. Gourmet foods including baked goods and imported specialties. Visitors enjoy sandwiches and homemade baked goods in the unique Kaffee Haus



The Lutheran Home
Title:
The Lutheran Home
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Lutheran Home, founded in 1968, functions as a skilled and basic care nursing home in addition to a self-care unit for the elderly. Guided by a spirit of Christian love, The Lutheran Home shows an honest concern for all residents, endeavoring at all times to help all to retain their personal identity.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Kaffee House served light lunches and Sandwiches with a touch of Bavarian atmosphere. The room is decorated with the crests of families of the original settlers as well as Bavarian descended families living here today. Lighting fixtures were made in Austria especially for this room



St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church & Parish Center
Title:
St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church & Parish Center
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
St. John's ( a member of the Wisconsin Synod) was founded on October 31, 1879. The number of charter members was 22. In 1970, St. John's congregation dedicated its new parish center and educational building. Today, St. John's has a membership of approximately 730 people. Sunday Services at 8:00 A. M. and 10:00 A. M. service also broadcast on WSAM-FM Radio 98). Located on West Tuscola in Frankenmuth, Mi. the City with Character.


Bavarian Festival Parade
Title:
Bavarian Festival Parade
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The annual Bavarian Festival has been held the second full week in June since 1959 to commemorate the heritage of Frankenmuth's Original settiers. Opening the Big Parade on Sunday, is the Frankenmuth High School Band dressed in authentic Lederhosen. The parade consists of over 100 entries, including colorful floats, beauty queens, dignitaries, high-stepping marching bands, horses, and of course, clowns to the delight of almost 75,000 viewers.



Zehnder's Hotel, 730 South Main Street
Title:
Zehnder's Hotel, 730 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Famous Frankenmuth Chicken Dinners. Zehnder's (located in Historic Frankenmuth) offers pleasant, leisurely dining. Early American décor with Old Fashioned cooking. Seating capacity over 1,000. Over 100 years of good food and hospitality - - since 1856. Though dining is more relaxed in the winter months, in a single day during the summer, as many as 4,800 dinners may be served. Located on M-83 near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. Seven minutes from Interstate 1-75 Expressway.


Aerial View Of Frankenmuth Under Winter's Blanket
Title:
Aerial View Of Frankenmuth Under Winter's Blanket
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial view of Frankenmuth under winter's blanket portrays a small town with population of 3,300. In the foreground is Carling Brewing Co. and the meandering Cass River. Beyond the river is the downtown area including two world-famous restaurants, the Bavarian Inn and Zehnder's Hotel which serve almost 1½ million people annually.



St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
While journeying through the snow-covered countryside on the outskirts of Frankenmuth, one may come to pass over the "Old Black Bridge" as Frankenmuthers refer to it. On the picture, this nostalgic construction from yesteryear creates a unique frame for St. Lorenz Lutheran Church, oldest Lutheran Church in Saginaw Valley, founded in 1845. Church steeple in 168 high, the cross an additional 54 inches. At night entire apparatus is lighted, which further enhances the view.


Old Black Bridge
Title:
Old Black Bridge
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Old Black Bridge", as Frankenmuth refer to it, is located on Dehmel Road, one mile west of downtown Frankenmuth. Bridge spans Cass River, named after former territorial Governor of Michigan, Lewis Cass. This steel construction creates nostalgic foreground to St. Lorenz Lutheran Church. Church was named after home churches of founding fathers - St. Laurentlus in Neuendettelsau and Rosstal and St. Lorenz in Nuernberg. Winter visitors find route over the "Old Black Bridge" a venture into Yesteryear.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1968 Jul-29

Description:
Frankenmuth family style chicken dinners are world - famous. In a town of only 1900, 6,000 dinners may be served in a single day. Dining room, Coffee Shop, Stein room and Gift Shop, Located 15 miles south of Saginaw and 25 miles north of Flint. Get off the 1 - 75 Express way of the Birch Run - Frankenmuth Exit (North - bound) on the Frankenmuth - Bridgeport Exit (Southbound).


St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church & Parish Center
Title:
St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church & Parish Center
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
St. John's (a member of the Wisconsin Synod) was founded on October 31, 1879. The number of charter members was 22. In 1970, St. John's congregation dedicated its new parish center and educational building. Today, St. John's has a membership of approximately 730 people. Sunday Services at 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 A.M. (10:00 A.M. Service also broadcast on WSAM-FM Radio 98). Located on West Tuscola in Frankenmuth, Mi. the city with Character.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Austrian Room - Seating capacity 140 people. This room is highlighted by a large three tiered chandelier and hand-carved plaques of Austrian provinces. Specially designed chairs add charming atmosphere to the décor. This room caters to private parties, as well as drop-in trade.


Old Black Bridge
Title:
Old Black Bridge
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Old Black Bridge", as Frankenmuthers refer to it, is located on Dehmel Road, one mile west of downtown Frankenmuth, Bridge spans the Cass River named after former territorial Governor of Michigan, Lewis Cass. This steel construction creates nostalgic foreground to sty. Lorenz Lutheran Church. Church was named after home churches of founding fathers - St. Laurentius in Neuendettelsau and Rosstal and St. Lorenz in Nuernberg.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth family style chicken dinners are world-famous. In a town of only 3,700 people, 10,000 dinners may be served in a single day. The Inn features five distinct dining rooms, Kaffee hauls, Stein Room, Bread & Wine Shop, Gift Shop, Located 15 miles south of Saginaw and 25 miles north of Flint. Get Off 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run-Frankenmuth Exit (Northbound), and on Frankenmuth-Bridgeport Exit (South-bound).


St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. Present brick church built in 18880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of largest Lutheran Missouri Synod Churches in World. Frankenmuth's history pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Your stay in Frankenmuth would not be complete without attending one of the Sunday Services at St. Lorenz with winter's finery adorning the countryside. English Services at 8:00 & 10:45 A. M. and German Service at 9:15 A.M.



St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church is the oldest Lutheran Church in the Saginaw Valley and one of the oldest in the State of Michigan, founded in 1845. The replica, reconstructed in 1963 by Wm. Zehnder, Jr. on its original site, was the first log cabin used as a parsonage, church and school for the Chippewa Indians. The Church Bells were brought over by the Early Settlers from Nuernberg, Germany. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes Off 1-75 Expressway.


Frankenmuth Heritage Park
Title:
Frankenmuth Heritage Park
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Featured here is world's largest outdoor barbecue pit. Heritage Park's beautiful landscaped area, barbecue pavilion, and arts and crafts building are put to use during Bavarian Festival held annually the second full week in June. Barbecues sponsored by Rotary Club, American Legion, and Frankenmuth Jaycees.



Frankenmuth Heritage Park
Title:
Frankenmuth Heritage Park
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Featured here is world's largest outdoor barbecue pit. Heritage Park's beautiful landscaped area, barbecue pavilion, and arts and crafts building are put to use during Bavarian Festival held annually the second full week in June. Barbecues sponsored by Rotary Club, American Legion, and Frankenmuth Jaycees, and Chamber of Commerce.


Old World Heritage
Title:
Old World Heritage
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Civic pride expanded when the Frankenmuth State Bank erected as its new home this expression of community heritage. Combined are the architectural treatments of old Bavarian and the functional planning for today's banking. Bavarian Festival held each year the second full week of June. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Old-World atmosphere of Gemuetlichkeit is enjoyed at the Inn, which seems to have been transplanted from a Bavarian Village. Highlighting the architecture is the Onion Tower and the Glockenspiel tower which houses a Town Clock, a 35-Bell Carillon and the Pied Piper Figurine Movement, offering daily presentations. Delicate foods enhanced by old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to almost one million visitors each year. Minutes east of 1-75.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth's family-style chicken dinners are world-famous in a city of only 3,700. In a single day, 10,000 dinners may be served. Inn features five dining rooms, Kaffee hauls, Stein Room, Gift Shop, Bread and Wine Shop, Banquet facilities for 14-400; parties, meetings, seminars, mini conventions. Located 15 miles south of Saginaw and 25 miles north of Flint. Minutes east of 1-75. Phone (517) 652-9941.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
This world -famous restaurant serves nearly one million visitors annually. The dancing Bavarian boy and girl emblem has become synonymous with the Bavarian Inn and is utilized on its stationery, shopping bags, souvenirs, and various promotional literature and aids. The "Bell Cot" highlights many buildings in Frankenmuth as a common denominator Uniting the community with Bavarian Architecture.


Memorial Park
Title:
Memorial Park
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
This Park is maintained by the City of Frankenmuth and dedicated to War Veterans of this Community. Came into being in 1954 and now contains 35 acres. An artificial pond is so constructed that during summer months it serves as a duck pond, during winter months it becomes an ice-skating rink and has a modern Bavarian warming house on premises. Sports enthusiasts enjoy skating and sledding in winter and swimming pool and tennis courts in summer months.



The Lutheran Home
Title:
The Lutheran Home
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Lutheran Home, founded in 1968, functions as a skilled and basic care nursing home in addition to a self-care unit for the elderly. Guided by a spirit of Christian love, The Lutheran Home shows an honest concern for all residents, endeavoring at all times to help all to retain their personal identity.


Bronner's
Title:
Bronner's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
See America's largest year round display of Christmas Decorations. Bronner's feature indoor and outdoor decorations from the Americas. Old World and Orient for Christmas and all seasons. Bronner's invite you to join their many customers who return annually to select exciting decorations for every occasion - for homes, businesses, churches, cities, parks, parades and parties. Regular showroom Hours: Mon, - Fri. 9 - 5:30, Thurs. Eve. Till 9 (Open Sundays 2 - 5 Nov. 1 Till Christmas)



Frankenmuth Cheese Haus
Title:
Frankenmuth Cheese Haus
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Featuring famous Frankenmuth Cheese. Exquisite cheeses of the world sold in bulk or in unusual gift packages. Gourmet foods including baked goods and imported specialties. Visitors enjoy sandwiches and homemade baked goods in the unique Kaffee Haus


Glockenspiel Tower, Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Glockenspiel Tower, Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Glockenspiel Tower houses a magnificent 35 Bell Carillon, a beautiful Figurine Movement and an illuminated clock, all imported from Germany. Daily at 12 noon, 6 pm and 9 pm, the Glockenspiel plays several selections; immediately following is the Figurine Movement depicting the Legend of the Pied Piper of Hameln. Located just minutes east of 1-75, the Bavarian inn is noted for its unique Old-World atmosphere and traditional foods.



Onion Tower, Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Onion Tower, Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
A magnificent 22-foot Zwlebelturm (Onion Tower) is topped by a 14-foot copper-covered dome weighing approximately one ton. The tower is Illuminated during the evening and is a striking landmark for visitors entering Frankenmuth. Onion Towers frequently appear atop churches and public buildings throughout Bavaria, Germany Located just minutes east of 1-75, the Bavarian Inn is noted for its unique Old-World atmosphere and traditional foods.


Zehnder's, 730 S. Main St
Title:
Zehnder's, 730 S. Main St
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Zehnder's located in Historic Frankenmuth, offers pleasant, leisurely dining, Early American décor with Old Fashioned cooking. Seating capacity over 1,200. Located ion M-83 near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. 10 minutes from Interstate 1-75 Expressway.



Carling Brewing Company
Title:
Carling Brewing Company
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Cass River, named after former territorial Governor of Michigan, Lewis Cass. Flows past Carling Brewery. Original Brewery established here was Frankenmuth Brewing Company, founded in 1899. Plant was purchased by Carling Brewing company in 1956. This is largest Brewing Corporation in World, Brewing 27 different brands of beer throughout world. In United States, Carlings has five breweries. am originally constructed of rock, oak slabs, and earth in summer of 1847 by hubinger Brothers.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1888 by Theodore Fischer, it became The Fischer Hotel and remained in the Fischer Family for sixty-two years. The Inn was purchased by the Zehnder Family in 1950 and in September, 1958 ground was broken for the Bavarian addition. Highlighting architecture is Glockenspiel Tower which houses a Town Clock, 35-Bell Carillon and Pied Piper Figurine Movement. Magnificent 22-foot Zwiebelturm (Onion Tower) is topped by 14-foot copper-covered dome. Newest architectural addition is Eck Corner located in from of the building.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Old-World atmosphere of Gemuetlichkeit is enjoyed at the Inn, which seems to have been transplanted from a Bavarian Village. Highlighting the architecture is the Onion Tower and the Glockenspiel tower which houses a Town Clock, a 35-Bell Carillon and the Pied Piper Figurine Movement, offering daily presentations. Delicate foods enhanced by old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to almost one million visitors each year. Minutes east of 1-75.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Visitors to Frankenmuth, the American Town with a German Bavarian Heritage, take the Folks Wagon Tour to enjoy the beauty of the small city and learn of the heritage and spirit stead fastly maintained by its people over the years. Tours run daily, Memorial Day through Labor Day, originating in front of the Bavarian Inn, famous for its delicious foods, atmosphere and the Glockenspiel Tower. Located minutes east of 1-75.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Austrian Room - seating capacity 140 people, This room is highlighted by a large three tiered chandelier and hand-carved plaques of Austrian provinces. Specially designed chairs add charming atmosphere to the décor. This room caters to private parties, as well as drop-in trade.


Kern's Sausages
Title:
Kern's Sausages
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Manufacturers of 20 varieties of Bavarian sausage and lunchmeat, all made with recipes handed down for generations within the family. Established in 1949. Also groceries, home cured hams, bacon, and other meats. Featuring large variety of domestic and imported cheeses and wines, and a complete Bake Shop. Located on the corner of Main and Jefferson.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1888 by Theodore Fischer, it became The Fischer Hotel and remained in the Fischer Family for sixty-two years. The Inn was purchased by the Zehnder Family in 1950 and in September, 1958 ground was broken for the Bavarian addition. Highlighting architecture is Glockenspiel Tower which houses a Town Clock, 35-Bell Carillon and Pied Piper Figurine Movement. Magnificent 22-foot Zwiebelturm (Onion Tower) is topped by 14-foot copper-covered dome. Newest architectural addition is Eck Corner located in from of the building.


Frankenmuth Historical Museum, 613 South Main Street
Title:
Frankenmuth Historical Museum, 613 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Frankenmuth Museum Established 1972. It was built in 1905 originally as the commercial House Hotel by Lorenz Kern. From 1943 to 1972 it served as the site of the Frankenmuth News. Extensive remodeling prior to the 72 opening made this building well suited for telling the Frankenmuth story. A large addition opened in May, 1974. The Museum operates as a non-profit educational organization dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of this fine community.



Zehnder's Hotel, 730 South Main Street
Title:
Zehnder's Hotel, 730 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Famous Frankenmuth Chicken Dinners. Zehnder's (located in Historic Frankenmuth) offers pleasant, leisurely dining. Early American décor with Old Fashioned cooking. Seating capacity over 1,000. Over 100 years of good food and hospitality since 1856. Though dining is more relaxed in the winter months, in a single day during the summer, as many as 4,800 dinners may be served. Located on M-83 near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. Seven minutes from Interstate 1-75 Expressway.


Bavarian Haus Motel
Title:
Bavarian Haus Motel
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The lovely Bavarian Haus Motel will enhance your visit to Frankenmuth, winter or summer. Relax in comfort while enjoying "Old World" décor and the Bavarian charm of its 48 elegantly decorated rooms with color TV, radio, direct-dial phones and swimming pool Breakfast is served from 7:30 A.M. to 11:00 A. M. Frankenmuth is located 15 miles north of Flint. Get off 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run-Frankenmuth Exit (Northbound) or Frankenmuth Bridgeport Exit (Southbound).



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
A group of employees show off their authentic Bavarian costumes - dirndl dressed for the women, lederhosen for the men. Costumes are worn many times during the year, but especially during the Bavarian Festival - held annually the second week of June.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Visitors enjoy winter beauty of Frankenmuth and learn of heritage steadfastly maintained by its people over the years. Glockenspiel Tower houses a magnificent 35 Bell Carillon, and Pied Piper Figurine Movement, and an illuminated clock. Enjoy a brisk walk through the village and numerous gift shops scattered along Main Street, after which you can return to the Inn for its famous family style chicken dinners served to more than a half million visitors each year.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Hand carved crests of native Frankenmuth families adorn walls of Family Crest Room. Beautiful ceiling and large chandeliers enhance this room with seating capacity of 400 people. Available for banquets, weddings, business meetings. European background music, smiling, costumed waitresses and waiters in dirndls and lederhosen, and fine atmosphere await you. Phone (517) 652-9941.


Maypole
Title:
Maypole
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Maibaum" (Maypole) is adorned by 12 hand carved crests. The first two crests are of the City of Frankenmuth and Gunzenhausen (Frankenmuth's Sister City in Germany.) Remaining crests are: Lumberman, Farmer, Butcher, Chef, Baker, Miller, Spinning Lady, Carpenter, Blacksmith, and Mason to represent occupations of past or present residents. Maypoles flaunt entrances of many Bavarian villages in Germany.



Frankenmuth Gallery Of Fine Art, 775 South Main Street
Title:
Frankenmuth Gallery Of Fine Art, 775 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Featuring an extensive selection of original oil paintings imported from Bavaria and the art centers of Europe. Resident artist, Irene isle demonstrates oil paintings daily. Statuary sculpture, decorative accessories and a wide variety of gift Items are also offered.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Enjoy Old World atmosphere while dining in our lovely Heidelberg Room. Delicate foods enhanced by Old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to more than half a million visitors each year in our Bavarian Room, Family Crest Room, Kaffee Haus, Austrian room, and Heidelberg Room. Come see our Stein Room, Gift Shop, Bake Shop, and Wine Cellar.



Memorial Park
Title:
Memorial Park
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
An aerial view of Frankenmuth's Memorial Park skating Pond. This artificial pond is so constructed that during summer months it serves as a duck pond, during winter months it becomes and ice skating rink and has a modern Bavarian warming house on premises. Sports enthusiasts enjoy skating and sledding in winter and swimming pool and tennis courts in summer months. Memorial park is maintained by the city of Frankenmuth and dedicated to war Veterans of this Community. Came into being in 1954 and now contains 35 acres. in the foreground is the Bavarian-style home of Wallace Bronner, the individual who owns the Bronner Display and Sign Advertising company.


The Authentic Bavarian Type Building
Title:
The Authentic Bavarian Type Building
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The authentic Bavarian type building of the Frankenmuth Savings and Loan Association has added greatly to the Bavarian theme of Frankenmuth. It also has added much to the growth of Frankenmuth. Bavarian Festival held each year the second full week of June. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends w3ith the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes of 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit.



Chamber Of Commerce & Visitor Information, 635 South Main Street
Title:
Chamber Of Commerce & Visitor Information, 635 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
This 4,000 square foot Bavarian styled facility was dedicated in October, 1978 and financed by City, Chamber of Commerce, and private donations. Consists of regional information center, offices, meeting rooms. Public restrooms, and enlarged parking area. Serving a community of 3,700 visited by over 2 million visitor each year. Established 1967; celebrating more than a decade of steady progress. phone (517) 652-6106.


Old Black Bridge
Title:
Old Black Bridge
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Old Black Bridge", as Frankenmuthers refer to it, is located on Dehmel Road, one mile west of downtown Frankenmuth. Bridge spans Cass River, named after former territorial Governor of Michigan, Lewis Cass. This steel construction create nostalgic foreground to St. Lorenz Lutheran Church. Church was named after home churches of founding fathers - St. Laurentlus in Neuendettelsau and Rosstal and sty. Laurentius in Neuendettelsau and Rosstal and St. Lorenz in Nuernberg. Winter Visitors find route over the "Old Black Bridge" a venture into yester year.



Winter Scenes Of Frankenmuth
Title:
Winter Scenes Of Frankenmuth
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
These four snow scenes of Frankenmuth's country side depict the beauty of nature captured by winter's covering. Frankenmuth is world renown for its Family Style Chicken Dinners served at the Bavarian Inn and Zehnder's Hotel. Annually almost 1½ million people are served at the restaurants. All four seasons of the year, people come from the fifty states to witness the beauty of "Little Bavaria" as well as partake of its fine food, shops of interest, and Gemuetlichkeit unparalleled. Just minutes off 1-75 between Flint and Saginaw.


An Aerial View Of St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
An Aerial View Of St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
An aerial view of St. Lorenz Lutheran Church in the foreground with the city of Frankenmuth beyond. Interesting to note, the first settlers and the town itself originally revolved around St. Lorenz Church; however, the townspeople pulled up roots and relocated after the dam was built and a sawmill erected on the Cass River in the current downtown area. St. Lorenz Lutheran Church is the oldest Lutheran Church in the Saginaw Valley and one of the oldest in the State of Michigan founded in 1845. Frankenmuth, Michigan . . where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit.



Bavarian Festival
Title:
Bavarian Festival
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bavarian Festival is held each year, the second full week in June. Shown on the Bavarian Float is the Bavarian Princes and her court. The parade is one of the most unique and outstanding Bavarian parades in the country. 100 floats participated, drawing thousands of sightseers. There is also a Children's parade held on Saturday of the Festival. Each year the theme changes. Frankenmuth Michigan. - Where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off 1-75 Expressway.


Bavarian Festival
Title:
Bavarian Festival
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bavarian Festival is held each year the second full week in June. Bavarian Folk dancing in the street during the parade is seen by thousands of visitors at the Festival Parade which opens on Sunday. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit.



Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland In Frankenmuth
Title:
Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland In Frankenmuth
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth. Michigan, Features A World-Wide Selection Of Decorations and Gifts for Christmas and for all seasons and reasons. Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland 25 Christmas Lane, Frankenmuth, Michigan. This fantasy land features Christmas and all-seasons decorations for homes, Churches, businesses, industry, city streets, shopping centers, malls, halls parties, and parades. Gift certificates available. Open 361 days a year (Closed Jan. 1, Easter, U. S. Thanksgiving, Dec. 25)


One Of The Bavarian Floats In The Bavarian Festival
Title:
One Of The Bavarian Floats In The Bavarian Festival
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
one of the Bavarian floats in the Bavarian Festival - held the second full week of June each year. It is held to remained people of its unique, religious background and Bavarian heritage. It was originated by Wm. Zehnder, Jr. in 1959. Beautiful landscaping, outdoor flower boxes and a touch of Bavarian architecture can be seen throughout this community.



Scout Building
Title:
Scout Building
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth Scout Building sponsored by the Frankenmuth Rotary Club and given by a generous community. The building was dedicated July 14, 1966 to the youth of the community as a place of recreation, friendship and fellowship. Bavarian Festival held each year the second full week of June. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes of 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Old World atmosphere of Gemuetlichkeit is enjoyed at the Inn, which seems to have been transplanted from a Bavarian Village. Highlighting the architecture is the Golockenspiel Tower which houses a Town Clock, a 35 Bell Carillon and the Pied Piper figurine Movement, offering daily presentations. Delicate foods enhanced by old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to more than a half million visitors each year. Minutes east of 1-75.



Family Federal Savings & Loan Assn, 111 N. Main Street
Title:
Family Federal Savings & Loan Assn, 111 N. Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Member FSLIC, this authentic Bavarian Type building of Family Federal Savings & Loan Assn. has added greatly to the Bavarian theme of Frankenmuth. It also has added much to the growth of Frankenmuth. Family Federal - "The money Place". Phone (517) 652-6181. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes of 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run or Bridgeport Exit.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
World-famous for family-style chicken and Bavarian-type dinners. Restaurant is renowned for its unusual wetter Haus, Glockenspiel, Onion Tower, Austrian Room, Heidelberg Room, Family Crest Room, Bavarian Room, Alpine room, Kaffee hauls, Stein Room, Gift Shop, Retail Bake Shop & Wine Cellar. Located 25 miles north of Flint, 15 miles south of Saginaw, just east of 1-75. North bounded use Birch Run-Frankenmuth Exit. South bound use Frankenmuth-Bridgeport Exit. Tele. No. (517) 652-9941.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth family style chicken dinners are world-famous. In a town of only 3,300 people, 10,000 diners may be served in a single day. Dining Rooms, Kaffee Haus, Stein Room, Retail Bake Shop, Wine Cellar, and Gift Shop. Located 15 miles south of Saginaw and 25 miles north of Flint. Get off 1-75 Expressway at Birch run-Frankenmuth Exit (Northbound), and on Frankenmuth-Bridgeport Exit (Southbound.)


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Old-World atmosphere of Gemuetlichkeit is enjoyed at the Inn, which seems to have been transplanted from a Bavarian Village. Highlighting the architecture is the Onion tower and the Glockenspiel Tower which houses a Town Clock, a 35-Bell Carillon and the Pied Piper Figurine Movement, offering daily presentations. Delicate foods enhanced by old traditional Bavarian recipes are served to almost one million visitors each year minutes east of 1-75.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Title:
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1888 by Theodore Fischer, it became The Fischer Hotel and remained in the Fischer Family for sixty-two years. The inn was purchased by the Zehnder Family in 1950 and in September, 1958 ground was broken for the Bavarian addition. Highlighting architecture is Glockenspiel Tower which houses a Town Clock, 35-Bell Carillon and Pied Piper Figurine Movement. Magnificent 22 foot Zwiebelturm (Onion Tower) is topped by 14-foot copper-covered dome. Newest architectural addition is Eck Corner located in front of the building.


Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth chicken Dinners. Frankenmuth is located on M-83 just a few miles off U.S. 10-23, near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. Approximately 5 minutes drive form Interstate 75 Expressway. Over 100 years of good food and hospitality since 1856.



St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. Present brick church built in 1880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of largest Lutheran Missouri Synod Churches in world. Frankenmuth's history pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Your stay in Frankenmuth would not be complete without attending one of the Sunday Services at St. Lorenz with winter's finery adorning the countryside. English Services at 8:00 & 10:45 A. M. in English; 9:15 A. M. in German.


St. Lorenz - Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz - Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. Present brick church built in 1880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of largest Lutheran Missouri Synod Churches in world. Frankenmuth's history pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Your stay in Frankenmuth would not be complete without attending one of the Sunday Services at St. Lorenz with winter's finery adorning the countryside. English Services at 8:00 & 10:45 A. M. and German Service at 9:15 A. M.



St. Lorenz - Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz - Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. Present brick church built in 1880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of largest Lutheran Missouri Synod Churches in world. Frankenmuth's history pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Your stay in Frankenmuth would not be complete without attending one of the Sunday Services at St. Lorenz with winter's finery adorning the countryside. English Services at 8:00 & 10:45 A. M. in English; 9:15 A. M. in German.


St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. Present brick church built in 1880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of largest Lutheran Missouri Synod Churches in world. Frankenmuth's history pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Your stay in Frankenmuth would not be complete without attending one of the Sunday Services at St. Lorenz with winter's finery adorning the countryside. English Services at 8:00 & 10:45 A. M. and German Service at 9:15 A. M.



Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Frankenmuth Chicken Dinners. Frankenmuth is located on M-83 just a few miles off U. S. 10-23, near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. Approximately 5 minutes drive from Interstate 75 Expressway. Over 100 years of good food and hospitality Since 1856.


Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Zehnder's, located in Historic Frankenmuth, offers pleasant, leisurely dining, Early American décor with Old Fashioned cooking. Seating capacity over 1,200. Located on M-83 near Saginaw. Bay City. Flint. 10 minutes from Interstate 1-75 Expressway.



St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
ST. LORENZ LUTHERAN CHURCH, RECONSTRUCTED FIRST LOG CABIN, HISTORIC MARKER AND CHURCH BELLS IN THE FOREST.ST. LORENZ LUTHERAN CHURCH IS THE OLDEST LUTHERAN CHURCH IN THE SAGINAW VALLEY AND ONE OF THE OLDEST IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN, FOUNDED IN 1845. THE REPLICA, RECONSTRUCTED IN 1963 BY WM. ZEHNDER, JR. ON ITS ORIGINAL SITE, WAS THE FIRST LOG CABIN USED AS A PARSONAGE, CHURCH AND SCHOOL FOR THE CHIPPEWA INDIANS. THE CHURCH BELLS WERW BROUGHT OVER BY THE EARLY SETTLERS FROM NUERNBERG, GERMANY.FRANKENMUTH,MICHIGAN - WHERE THE GEMUETLICHKEIT OF OLD BAVARIA BLENDS WITH THE HOSPITALITY OF NEW AMERICA. LOCATED 6 MINUTES OFF 1-75 EXPRESSWAY.


Fischer's Restaurant
Title:
Fischer's Restaurant
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1949

Description:
The place where the Frankenmuth Chicken Dinners originated. Dinners served daily from 11:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. Located in Frankenmuth, Mich. On M83, Six miles off M10 and M23.



Zehnder's
Title:
Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Zehnder's, located in Historic Frankenmuth, offers pleasant, leisurely dining, Early American décor with Old Fashioned cooking. Seating capacity over 1,000. Located on M-83 near Saginaw, Bay City, Flint. 7 minutes form Interstate 1-75 Expressway. Over 100 years of good food and hospitality Since 1856.


St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Title:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. Present brick church built in 1880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of largest Lutheran Missouri Synod Churches in world. Frankenmuth's history pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Your stay in Frankenmuth would not be complete without attending one of the Sunday Services at St. Lorenz with winter's finery adorning the countryside. English Services at 8:00 & 10:45 A.m. and German Service at 9:15 A.M.



Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
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Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, 713 South Main Street
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome

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Bavarian Inn "branch" of the Zehnder family is a 4th generation business and has been instrumental in the development of Frankenmuth since the first family members arrived from Bavaria in 1846. Family serving Families. World famous Chicken Dinners. Unique shopping gifts and baked goods. Large or Small Group facilities. Open year - round 11 A.M. 9:30 P.M. Just minutes off 1-75 between Flient and Saginaw.


St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
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St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845 by missionaries from Franconia in Bavaria. The present brick church was built in 1880, remodeled in 1965 and is now one of the largest Lutheran Missouri, Synod churches in the world. Frankenmuth's history is pictured in splendor by beautiful stained glass windows. Its elementary parochial school has the largest Lutheran enrollment in the U. S. Sunday Services : 8:00 & 10:45 a.m. in English; 9:15 a.m. in German.



Fischer's Famous For Chicken Steak, Fish & Chips
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Fischer's Famous For Chicken Steak, Fish & Chips
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen unused

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The place where the Frankenmuth Chicken Dinners originated. Dinners served daily from 11:00 A.M. to 11:00 P. M. Located in Frankenmuth, Mich. On M83, Six Miles off M10 and M23 Phone - Frankenmuth 2021.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
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Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

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Bavarian Room - seating capacity 175 people. This room is highlighted by the imported chandeliers and wall plaques from Germany. Specially made Bavarian 'boy and girl ' linens grace the tables. Dinners are served in this room through-out the year



St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church & Parish Center
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St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church & Parish Center
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

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St. John's (a member of the Wisconsin Synod) was founded on October 31, 1879. The number of charter members was 22. In 1970, St. John's congregation dedicated its new parish center and educational building. Today, St. John's has a membership of approximately 730 people, Sunday Services at 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 A.M. (10:00 A.M. Service also broadcast on WSAM-FM Radio 98). Located on West Tuscola in Frankenmuth, Ml. the city with Character.


Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
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Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Bavarian room - seating capacity 175 people. This room is highlighted by the imported chandeliers and wall plaques from Germany. Speciallly made Bavarian 'boy and girl' linens grace the tables. Dinners are served in this room throughout the year



Fischer's Hotel
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Fischer's Hotel
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Frankenmuth Art Gallery
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Frankenmuth Art Gallery
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

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775 South Main Street Frankenmouth, Michigan 48734 Featuring an extensive selection of original oil paintings imported from Bavaria and the art centers of Europe. Resident artist, Irene Isler demonstrates oil paintings daily. Statuary sculpture, decorative accessories and a wide variety of gift items are also offered



Post Office & Business Block
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Post Office & Business Block
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), White Border


Carling Brewing Company
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Carling Brewing Company
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

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Located in one of Michigan's most picturesque and renowned communities, this modern brewery with an annual capacity of 800,000 barrels produces nationally--famou Carling Red Cap Ale, Tuborg Beer, and Black Label Beer. Visitors are welcome to visit the brewery. Tours are scheduled daily, Monday through Friday at 10 - 11 A.M. - 1 - 2 - 3 P.M. Other Carling Plants are located at Baltimore, Maryland; Belleville, Illinois; Natick, Massachusetts; Tacoma, Washington. Brewed on Three Continents and sold around the World Curteich



Zehnder's
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Zehnder's
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1941 Nov-17

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Annually serve 100,000 dinners and use 33,500 chickens. Seating capacity 450. Located in Frankenmuth, Mich. On M83, six miles off M10 and M23. Pop. 1100


Carling Brewing Company
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Carling Brewing Company
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in one of Michigan's most picturesque and renowned communities, this modern brewery with an annual capacity of 700,000 barrels produces nationally famous Carling Red Cap Ale and Black Label Beer. Visitors are welcome to visit the brewery. Tours are scheduled daily, Monday through Friday at 11 A.M., and 1 and 2 P.M. Other Carling Plants are located at Atlanta, Georgia; Baltimore, Maryland; Belleville, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; Natick, Massachusetts; Tacoma, Washington. The Best Brews in the World come from Carling



Aerial View Of Frankenmuth
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Aerial View Of Frankenmuth
Frankenmuth Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

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This aerial view of Frankenmuth under winter's blanket portrays a small town with population of 3,300. In the foreground is Carling Brewing Co. and the meandering Cass River. Beyond the river is the downtown area including two world-famous restaurants, the Bavarian Inn and Zahnder's Hotel which serve almost 1½ million people annually. Frankenmuth, Michigan - where the gemuetlichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the Hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off 1-75 Expressway at Birch Run Or Bridgeport Exit.




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