If you walk through downtown Petoskey, you might notice some old advertising murals on the sides of a few buildings. One of them is on the Coburn building on Mitchell Street. The mural is a weathered patchwork of ads for companies that used to occupy the building, like H.A. Easton Hardware and Cook Electric Company. The mural had almost entirely faded away, until a local artist decided to restore it.
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