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    • Benton Harbor - "Jean Klock Park Bathing Beach, Benton Harbor - St. Joseph, Mich."

    • Color postcard from 1936 featuring a beach scene from Jean Klock Park in Benton Harbor, Michigan. The land the park sits on was purchased by J. N. and Carrie Klock in 1917 and deeded to Benton Harbor toused for bathing beach, park or other public...
    • Benton Harbor (Mich.); Berrien County (Mich.); Jean Klock Park (Benton Harbor, Mich.); Lake Michigan; recreation; parks; beaches; automobiles; lakes; street scenes; postcards
    • St. Joseph - Fountain

    • Black and white photograph from approximately 1941 of a fountain in St. Joseph, Michigan.
    • St. Joseph (Mich.); Berrien County (Mich.); fountains;
    • Benton Harbor - Sixth Street Market, 1905

    • Black and white photograph from 1905 of the Sixth Street Market in Benton Harbor, Michigan. This street market was particularly busy during fruit and vegetable seasons. On the left is The Bell Opera House, which opened in 1900 and was razed to...
    • Benton Harbor (Mich.); Berrien County (Mich.); Sixth Street (Benton Harbor, Mich.); The Bell Opera House (Benton Harbor, Mich.); markets; street scenes; storefronts; people; carriages and coaches; merchants; street vendors
    • Benton Harbor - Main Street, looking west

    • Black and white photograph from circa 1912-1922 depicting West Main Street in Benton Harbor, Michigan. The city of St. Joseph can be seen in the distance, along with the St. Joseph River.
    • Benton Harbor (Mich.); Berrien County (Mich.); Main Street (Benton Harbor, Mich.); aerial views; storefronts; street scenes; automobiles; cityscapes
    • Benton Harbor - "Open Air Theatre, House of David Park, Benton Harbor, Mich."

    • Color postcard from 1935 depicting a performace in the open air theatre at the House of David park. The House of David was a religious colony which flourished in Benton Harbor between 1906 and the 1920's. In the 1920's, it broke apart due to...
    • Benton Harbor (Mich.); Berrien County (Mich.); House of David (Benton Harbor, Mich.); parks; theaters; recreation; postcards; people; sports & recreation facilities

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