Black and white postcard from about 1911, showing four images of Allegan, Michigan: the "Big Dam" on the Kalamazoo River; the "M. E. Church" on Trowbridge Street, which is now the Allegan United Methodist Church; the "Steamer Mildred on the Kazoo...
Allegan (Mich.); Allegan County (Mich.); United Methodist Church (Allegan, Mich.); Mildred (Steamboat); Kalamazoo River (Mich.); Mill District (Allegan, Mich.); rivers; bridges; dams; ; postcards
Black and white photograph depicting an aerial view of Alpena, Michigan, with the channel connecting Lake Besser to Thunder Bay in the background. This image is a gift of the Besser Company, which was founded in 1904 in Alpena, pioneering the...
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Black and white drawing of Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1852, reproduced in Michigan History magazine in 1947. Caption on print: "The earliest picture in existence. From a unique print, now in Alumni Memorial Hall, University of Michigan."
Color postcard from approximately 1951 of Hill Auditorium on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Hill Auditorium was opened in 1913 and is the largest performance venue on the University of Michigan campus.
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