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15  octobre     17h00
October 16th, 1890: Hackley Public Library opens to the public for the very first time. This photo taken on that day shows Charl...
Hackley and Hume Historic Site    October 16th, 1890: Hackley Public Library opens to the public for the very first time. This photo taken on that day shows Charles Hackley standing in the center of the crowd. #muskegonhistory (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
12  octobre     13h00
October 12th, 1915: Helen Smith, daughter of Erie Hackley Smith and granddaughter of Charles and Julia Hackley, marries Robert N...
Hackley and Hume Historic Site    October 12th, 1915: Helen Smith, daughter of Erie Hackley Smith and granddaughter of Charles and Julia Hackley, marries Robert N. Park at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church of Muskegon. Decorations of autumn foliage and a bridal party of siblings and friends such as Tim Hume rounded out the beautiful...
07  octobre     13h00
Flashlight Tours
Hackley and Hume Historic Site    Our Flashlight Tours are just over a week away Join us on this exclusive tours to explore the Hackley and Hume Houses lit only by flashlights. Tickets are limited so make sure to get yours now Flashlight Tours (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
04  octobre     13h00
Once upon a time, you could’ve visited a town named after Muskegon’s most famous lumber baron. Surprisingly enough, it wasn’t in...
Hackley and Hume Historic Site    Once upon a time, you could’ve visited a town named after Muskegon’s most famous lumber baron. Surprisingly enough, it wasn’t in Michigan, but in Charles Hackley’s home state of Wisconsin. In 1902, Charles Hackley and other investors formed the Wisconsin Lumber & Bark Co. with a plan to harvest a...
01  octobre     17h00
October 1st, 1900: Julia Hackley and her friend Ella Hamilton host an old fashioned tea party at the Hackley House. Among the ma...
Hackley and Hume Historic Site    October 1st, 1900: Julia Hackley and her friend Ella Hamilton host an old fashioned tea party at the Hackley House. Among the many guests was Julia’s next-door neighbor Margaret Hume. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)