Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The biggest little town in Michigan! Located on U.S. 23, half way up the lower peninsula near Saginaw Bay. This section of Highway U.S. 23 was once part of the Indian trail from Detroit to Mackinaw. Pinconning was born shortly after the Civil War as a lumbering town, and today is a thriving community and the home of that famous Pinconning Cheese.


Riding the Old Time Autos, Deer Acres
Title:
Riding the Old Time Autos, Deer Acres
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Deer Acres, located on US 23 - 16 miles north of Bay City and 4 miles south of Pinconning. Michigan's newest wildlife park. Feed, pet and photograph the deer. Also many colorful exhibits in our black long storybook fantasy of living nursery rhymes. Enjoy large wooded picnic areas. Refreshments and souvenirs available.



Mackinac Trail House
Title:
Mackinac Trail House
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome


St. Michael Church
Title:
St. Michael Church
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
It was "Hat's Off" to Rev Father A.S. Baumann and his parishioners on July 9, 1961, which was Dedication Day of the beautiful St. Michael Church. Father Baumann became Pastor here in December of 1937. He will celebrate his fiftieth anniversary in the Priesthood in conjunction with the seventy-fifth jubilee of the Church in October, 1966



Bird's Eye View of Pinconning
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Pinconning
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Before the days of the white man, the Indians came to this area from long distances at Potatoe Harvest time to gather the wild potatoes that grew on the banks of the Pinconning (or Potatoe) river on the Northern edge of town. The wild potatoes are long gone, but Pinconning today is a lively industrial and tourist community, and the home of the famous Pinconning Cheese Dexter Press


Pinconning, U. S. 23
Title:
Pinconning, U. S. 23
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The biggest little town in Michigan! Located on U.S 23, half way up the lower peninsula near Saginaw Bay. This section of Highway U.S. 23 was once part of the Indian trail from Detroit to Mackinaw. Pinconning was born shortly after the Civil War as a lumbering town, and today is a thriving community and the home of that famous Pinconning Cheese.



Heppner Villa, 770 East Pinconning Rd
Title:
Heppner Villa, 770 East Pinconning Rd
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
A luxurious combination of Dining Rooms, Cocktail Lounge, Dance Music, Snack Bar & Cafeteria, Cheese Shoppe, Gift and Party Supplies. Catering for Banquets with accommodations for 125 guests. Extra large parking area.


St. Michael Church
Title:
St. Michael Church
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
It was "Hat's Off" to Rev. father A. S. Baumann and his parishioners on July 9, 1961. which was Dedication Day of the beautiful St. Michael Church. Father Baumann became Pastor here in December of 1937. He will celebrate his fiftieth anniversary in the Priesthood in conjunction with the seventy-five jubilee of the church in October, 1966.



Hazel Beach
Title:
Hazel Beach
Pinconning Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1934




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