Traverse City Record-Eagle

Archive: Monday

November 26, 2012

Readers identify several men in hunting camp photo

William Maas recognized several of the men pictured in the History Center of Traverse City archive photo published Monday, Nov. 12 in the Community section.

Maas said the men are left to right: Andy Anderson, who worked for Davis Electric; his father, Mel Maas, who worked for Dobleday Bros., unknown, Colie Wares, father of the "Wares Brothers," and Charlie Sipple, owner of Jack's Food Market on East Front Street.

History Center photos published in the Community section can be found online at www.record-eagle.com/history.

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