Black and white postcard from the 1930s depicting Oak Street, looking west at St. Joseph's Church (now St. Paul the Apostle) in Calumet, Michigan. St. Joseph's was built in 1908, after the original structure was destroyed by fire. It was built by and served the Slovenian Catholic community of Calumet. In 1966, the different ethnic Catholic churches amalgamated, and this church became St. Paul the Apostle Church. The photograph for this postcard was taken in late October; Calumet is in an area that receives record-breaking snowfall for the state.