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We are re-opening! The Historical Society is pleased to welcome you once again to see the exhibit 150 Years of Photography at the Charlevoix Historical Society and to visit our Gift Shop. The Victorian parlor and foyer are undergoing renovation, so the three period rooms in the front of the house will remain closed a bit longer.

Hours are from Noon - 4p.m., Tues. - Sat. We are located at 103 State Street.

Please enter through the rear double-doors facing the alley. All guidelines to protect the health and safety of our guests and staff will be followed. Hand sanitizer is available upon entry as well as masks, if you don't have your own with you.
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"Abide" at 310 Park Ave. Earl Young had originally installed a rock garden with running water and pools containing goldfish as part of Abide's landscape, but when he started the foundation for the cottage "Betide" next door in 1943 (second pic) the rockwork and pools had to be removed. The rocks can be seen piled up on the right side of the photo. Find out more facts about Earl Young and his unique houses in "Boulders The Life and Creations of Earl A. Young in Charlevoix, Michigan" available form the Historical Society online at chxhistory.com, or at the Museum at Harsha House - 103 State St. ...

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Puritan, passenger liner circa 1890s. The ship was renamed the George M. Cox in 1932. ...

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Today is National Fudge Day!

Bridge Street, east side, 200 block, northeast corner of the Clinton Street intersection. Murdicks' Fudge is on the corner, then Joe Williams' Cigar Store in the middle left, the former Earl Young office on the left.
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