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;
This volume follows the First Michigan Light Artillery regiment. The series is a compilation of the military history of each soldier of the Civil War who was a resident of the State of Michigan at the time of enlistment.
American Civil War; Regimental Histories; Soldiers; First Michigan Light Artillery; 1st Michigan Light Artillery
Black and white aerial photograph of Bay City, Michigan from 1949. The large road is Washington Avenue; towards the top of the photograph can be seen the clock tower of the Bay City City Hall. The bridge in the photograph crossing the Saginaw River...
Bay City (Mich.); Bay County (Mich.); Washington Avenue (Bay City, Mich.); Liberty Bridge (Bay City, Mich.); Saginaw River (Mich.); aerial views; bridges; rivers
Color postcard from approximately 1912 of the U.S. Courthouse, Post Office and Custom House in Bay City, Michigan. The building was constructed in 1893, designed by architect James H. Windrim, and was in use until it was razed in 1931.
Bay City (Mich.); Bay County (Mich.); Bay City U.S. Courthouse, Post Office and Custom House (Bay City, Mich.); courthouses; post offices; custom houses; federal buildings; buildings; postcards
Black and white reproduction postcard of a circa 1910-1920 postcard depicting a view of Water Street, looking east, in Boyne City, Michigan. The brick building on the right in the image is The Wolverine Inn (now the Wolverine-Dilworth Inn), built...
Boyne City (Mich.); Charlevoix County (Mich.); Water Street (Boyne City, Mich.); Wolverine-Dilworth Inn (Boyne City, Mich.); street scenes; hotels;