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Hyatt Krasny Tows Damaged Plane To Shore Of Whitmore Lake After Crash, June 1948 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Hyatt Krasny Tows Damaged Plane To Shore Of Whitmore Lake After Crash, June 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1948
Caption
PLANE SALVAGED AFTER LAKE PLUNGE: This light, pontoon-equipped plane was only slightly damaged when it flipped over, nose-down, as it skimmed the waters of Whitmore Lake yesterday noon. Both the pilot, Robert A. MacVicar, and a passenger, Arthur Nelson, both of Ann Arbor, climbed to safety on a nearby raft. Righted with the assistance of boatmen who saw the accident, the plane is being towed ashore by Hyatt Krasny of Whitmore Lake.

Geo's Boat Shop - Little Portage Lake, July 1948

Geo's Boat Shop - Little Portage Lake, July 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 10, 1948
Caption
George Harden of Little Portage Lake has opened a new boat shop which will handle Mercury motors, boat accessories, equipment, supplies and service. The shop, a log structure, is pictured above. Harden also handles the franchise for selling and building log cabins and homes.

Interior Of Geo's Boat Shop - 111 S. Fourth Avenue, July 1948

Interior Of Geo's Boat Shop - 111 S. Fourth Avenue, July 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 17, 1949
Caption
Boats and boat accessories will be sold in this new branch store at 111 S. Fourth Ave. owned by George Harden, who also owns a Portage Lake boat shop. The business is housed in a building formerly used by an office equipment company.