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    • Trinity Episcopal Church

    • Trinity Episcopal Church's congregation began in 1831. After a devastating fire that destroyed the frame church in March 1868, construction began of the church at the present location. Designed by famed Detroit architect Gordon Lloyd and built of...
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    • Ernst Floeter Transcript

    • Interview with Ernst Floeter, a former German soldier who served as an American prisoner of war during World War II.
    • Oral History; World War II; prisoners; German
    • Jackson - "Episcopal Church and Chapel"

    • Black and white image of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church buildings in Jackson, Michigan. The church was built in 1853. From the souvenir book "Views of Jackson and Vicinity."
    • Jackson (Mich.); Jackson County (Mich.); St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Jackson, Mich.); church buildings; buildings
    • Big Rapids - "First Methodist Episcopal Church"

    • Black and white photograph from souvenir folder of Big Rapids, published in approximately 1907, depicting the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The church was built in 1906, designed by the Detroit architect W. E. N. Hunter. It is currently the...
    • Big Rapids (Mich.); Mecosta County (Mich.); First Methodist Episcopal Church (Big Rapids, Mich.); First United Methodist Church (Big Rapids, Mich.); buildings; church buildings;
    • Jerome, David H.

    • David H. Jerome, 18th Governor of Michigan, 1881-1881. Republican. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Detroit in 1829. Died 1896. Buried in Saginaw. Worked in the business and lumber trades.
    • Governors; Jerome, David H.
    • MS 22:  Civil War diary of Cyrus Bacon  1861-1863 Diary of Cyrus Bacon

    • 1861-1863 diary of Cyrus Bacon. In this diary, Bacon describes daily life in the Seventh Michigan Infantry. He gives vivid accounts of Yorktown, Fair Oaks, White Oak Swamp, Antietam, and Gettysburg.
    • American Civil War; Bacon, Cyrus; Cyrus Bacon; Seventh Michigan Infantry; 7th Michigan Infantry; Assistant Surgeon; Commissioned Officer; Yorktown (Va.); Battle of Yorktown; Seven Days Campaign; Seven Days' Battles, Va., 1862; Battle of Fair Oaks;...
    • Mason, Stevens T.

    • Stevens T. Mason, 1st Governor of Michigan, 1835-1840. Democrat. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Virginia in 1811. Died 1843. Buried in Detroit. Lawyer by Trade. •aAlso, Governor (acting) of Michigan Territory, 1831-1835.p
    • Governors; Mason, Stevens T.
    • Parsons, Andrew

    • Andrew Parsons, 10th Governor of Michigan, 1853-1854. Democrat. Religion: Episcopal. Born in New York in 1817. Died 1855. Buried in Corunna. Teacher by trade.
    • Governors; Parsons, Andrew
    • Gordon, James Wright

    • James Wright Gordon, 3rd Governor of Michigan, 1841. Whig. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Connecticut in 1809. Died 1853. Buried in Brazil. Lawyer by trade.
    • Governors; Gordon, James Wright
    • Baldwin, Henry P.

    • Henry P. Baldwin, 15th Governor of Michigan, 1869-1872. Republican. Religion: Episcopal. Born in 1814 in Rhode Island. Died 1892. Buried in Detroit. Businessman by trade.
    • Governors; Baldwin, Henry P.
    • Stockbridge - Episcopal Church

    • Black and white photograph of the Episcopal Church in Stockbridge, Michigan. Information written on the back of the photograph indicates that the church was built in approximately 1886, and was eventually sold and moved across the street to serve...
    • Stockbridge (Mich.); Ingham County (Mich.); church buildings; buildings; winter scenes
    • Comstock, William A.

    • William A. Comstock, 33rd Governor of Michigan, 1933-1934. Democrat. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Alpena in 1877. Died 1949. Buried in Alpena. Banker and businessman by trade.
    • Governors; Comstock, William A.
    • Winans, Edwin B.

    • Edwin B. Winans, 22nd Governor of Michigan, 1891-1892. Democrat. Religion: Episcopal. Born in New York in 1826. Died 1894. Buried in Hamburg. Farmer by trade.
    • Governors; Winans, Edwin B.
    • Williams, G. Mennen

    • G. Mennen Williams, 41st Governor of Michigan, 1949-1960. Democrat. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Detroit in 1911. Died 1988. Lawyer by trade.
    • Governors; Williams, G. Mennen
    • Detroit - Woodward Avenue looking south

    • Black and white photograph from approximately 1936 showing Woodward Avenue looking south from Winder Street in Detroit, Michigan. From 1934-1936 Woodward Avenue was widened, forcing the churches on this stretch to be moved and/or altered. The...
    • Detroit (Mich.); Wayne County (Mich.); Woodward Avenue; Fox Theater (Detroit, Mich.); David Broderick Tower (Detroit, Mich.); David Whitney Building (Detroit, Mich.); Hotel Wolverine (Detroit, Mich.); Woodward Avenue Baptist Church (Detroit,...
    • Van Wagoner, Murray D.

    • Murray D. Van Wagoner, 38th Governor of Michigan, 1941-1942. Democrat. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Kingston in 1898. Died 1986. Buried in Troy. Engineer by trade.
    • Governors; Van Wagoner, Murray D.
    • Lansing - Looking north from capitol

    • Black and white photograph on cardboard backing showing the view north from the capitol in Lansing, Michigan. The churches in the foreground are: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Central United Methodist Church and First Baptist Church (now Christ...
    • Lansing (Mich.); Ingham County (Mich.); St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Lansing, Mich.); Central United Methodist Church (Lansing, Mich.); Christ Community Church (Lansing, Mich.); Lansing High School (Lansing, Mich.); Old Central Building (Lansing,...
    • Sleeper, Albert E.

    • Albert E. Sleeper, 29th Governor of Michigan, 1917-1920. Republican. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Vermont in 1862. Died 1934. Buried in Lexington. Businessman and banker by trade.
    • Governors; Sleeper, Albert E.
    • Jackson - "First Methodist Episcopal Church"

    • Black and white image of the First United Methodist Church building (built in 1867 and replaced in 1921) in Jackson, Michigan. From the souvenir book "Views of Jackson and Vicinity."
    • Jackson (Mich.); Jackson County (Mich.); First United Methodist Church (Jackson, Mich.); church buildings; buildings

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