Black and white copy print of a lithograph of Bay City in 1837. Caption reads: "The dock and warehouse stood at the foot of Center Street. The buildings to the left are Saginaw Bay Company's office, Globe Hotel, Jas. G. Birney's residence next, and...
Bay City (Mich.); Bay County (Mich.); Saginaw River (Mich.); rivers; agriculture; rural scenes;
Black and white lithograph from 1901 of the Pioneer Sugar factory in Bay City, Michigan. The image is taken from the "Fortieth Annual Report of the Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture of the State of Michigan and Fourteenth Annual Report of...
Bay City (Mich.); Bay County (Mich.); Michigan Sugar Company; Pioneer Sugar Factory (Bay City, Mich.); factories; manufacturing; agriculture; sugar industry;
Black and white photograph from 1901 of the West Bay City Sugar Company factory in Bay City, Michigan. The cart in the foreground is full of sugar beets, ready to be processed into sugar. The image is taken from the "Fortieth Annual Report of the...
Bay City (Mich.); Bay County (Mich.); West Bay City Sugar Company (Bay City, Mich.); manufacturing; agriculture; sugar industry; factories;
Letter from Phebe Trego to her son John King dated July 28, 1865. In this letter, she expresses her approval that John did not desert from the Union Army at Fort Morgan and described family and community news from home.
American Civil War; King, John; John King; Trego, Phebe; Phebe Trego; Sixth Michigan Infantry; 6th Michigan Infantry; Fort Morgan (Al.); deserters; agriculture; Bristol (Ind.); home front
Letter from Frederick and Christian Bush to George Bush dated October 23, 1863. In this letter, they discusses the status of their regiment, seeing dead bodies from the Battle of Falling Waters (July 1863), agriculture, and hunting.
American Civil War; Christian Bush; Bush, Christian; Frederick Bush; Bush, Frederick; George Bush; Bush, George; Seventh Michigan Cavalry; 7th Michigan Cavalry; Gainesville (Va.); Corporal; death; regimental history; agriculture; hunting;
Letter from Samuel Willard to Cynthia Bush dated August 18, 1861. In this letter, he discusses finances, agriculture, and deaths of family and friends.
American Civil War; Samuel Willard; Willard, Samuel; Cynthia (Willard) Bush; Bush, Cynthia (Willard); 136th New York Infantry; One Hundred and Thirty-Sixth New York Infantry; Private; death; agriculture;
Letter from Samuel Willard to Cynthia Bush dated January 29, 1865. In this letter, he discusses agriculture, religion, and his furlough.
American Civil War; Samuel Willard; Willard, Samuel; Cynthia (Willard) Bush; Bush, Cynthia (Willard); 136th New York Infantry; One Hundred and Thirty-sixth New York Infantry; private; agriculture; furlough; religion;
Letter from William Arthur, Silas Arthur, Benjamin Arthur, and Catherine Arthur to Mack Ewing, Enoch Ewing, and Susannah Ewing dated April 28, 1859 through April 29, 1859. In this letter, they discuss family news, farming, and courting.
Ewing, Mack; Mack Ewing; Ewing, Henry McKendree; Henry McKendree Ewing; Ewing, Enoch; Enoch Ewing; Susannah (Radabaugh) Ewing; Ewing, Susannah (Radabaugh); Arthur, William H.; William H. Arthur; Silas M. Arthur; Arthur, Silas M.; Benjamin Franklin...