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    • 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;
    • 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
    • Detroit - "East and West Grand Circus Park, Looking North, Detroit, Michigan"

    • Color postcard from circa 1922-1930 showing Grand Circus Park and Woodward Avenue, looking north in Detroit, Michigan. The buildings, from left to right, are the Kales Building (1914 - Albert Kahn), the Michigan Mutual Building (1922), the Fyfe...
    • Grand Circus Park (Detroit, Mich.); Fyfe Building (Detroit, Mich.); Michigan Mutual Building (Detroit, Mich.); Kales Building (Detroit, Mich.); Central United Methodist Church (Detroit, Mich.); Hotel Wolverine (Detroit, Mich.); Smith, Hinchman and...
    • 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;...
    • Felch, Alpheus

    • Alpheus Felch, 5th Governor of Michigan, 1846-1847. Democrat. Relgion: Methodist. Born in Maine in 1804. Died 1896. Buried in Ann Arbor. Lawyer by trade.
    • Governors; Felch, Alpheus
    • MS 2008-46: Civil War Letters of Mack and Nan Ewing  1864-05-08 Letter from Mack Ewing

    • Letter from Mack Ewing to Nan Ewing dated May 8, 1864. In this letter, Ewing describes Washington, D.C., seeing President Lincoln in church, his travels, and seeing Confederate prisoners of war.
    • Ewing, Henry McKendree; Ewing, Mack; Henry McKendree Ewing; Mack Ewing; Ewing, Nan; Ewing, Nancy (Hank); Abraham Lincoln; Lincoln, Abraham; Confederate Prisoners of War; American Civil War; Nan Ewing; 2nd Michigan Infantry; Second Michigan...
    • MS 62-52: Douwe B. Yntema Collection  1863-12-10 Letter from Leonard G. Loomis

    • Letter from Leonard G. Loomis to Elizabeth Abbott dated December 10, 1863. In this letter, he relates his opinions on education, churches in the area, weather, the cost of food, and John Hunt Morgan's escape from the Ohio Penitentiary.
    • American Civil War; Loomis, Leonard G.; Leonard G. Loomis; Abbott (Loomis), Elizabeth; Elizabeth (Loomis) Abbott; Forty-Second Ohio Infantry; 42nd Ohio Infantry; Plaquemines Parish (La.); education; Provost Guard; religion; weather; food; finances;...
    • Bellaire - Bridge Street circa 1895-1900

    • Black and white photograph from circa 1895-1900 of N. Bridge Street in Bellaire, Michigan, looking north. The church to the left in the image is the First Methodist Church (now the Community Methodist Church), one of the oldest churches in Antrim...
    • Bellaire (Mich.); Antrim County (Mich.); Bridge Street (Bellaire, Mich.); First Methodist Church (Bellaire, Mich.); Richardi House (Bellaire, Mich.); street scenes; ; dwellings;
    • 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,...
    • Sigler, Kim

    • Kim Sigler, 40th Governor of Michigan, 1947-1948. Republican. Religion: Methodist. Born in Nebraska in 1894. Died 1953. Buried in Hastings. Lawyer by trade.
    • Governors; Sigler, Kim
    • Grand Rapids - View from High School of Grand Rapids

    • Black and white stereograph showing a view of Grand Rapids, Michigan from the high school building. On the left is the Fountain Street Baptist Church, build in 1877 (burned down in 1917). To the right of it is the Division Street Methodist Church...
    • Grand Rapids (Mich.); Kent County (Mich.); Fountain Street Baptist Church (Grand Rapids, Mich.); First United Methodist Church (Grand Rapids, Mich.); church buildings; cityscapes; Grand River; rivers; stereographs
    • Three Rivers - Main Street, looking north

    • Three Rivers (Mich.); St. Joseph County (Mich.); Main Street (Three Rivers, Mich.); First United Methodist Church (Three Rivers, Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Three Rivers, Mich.); street scenes; church buildings
    • Bellaire - Aerial view of Bellaire (Mich.), approx. 1900

    • Black and white photograph from approximately 1900 of the northern side of the town of Bellaire, Michigan. The white church is the First Methodist Church (now the Community Methodist Church), one of the oldest churches in Antrim County.
    • Bellaire (Mich.); Antrim County (Mich.); First Methodist Church (Bellaire, Mich.); aerial views; ; cityscapes
    • Detroit - Woodward Avenue looking south from Winder Street

    • Black and white photograph 1960 showing Woodward Avenue, looking south from Winder Street in Detroit, Michigan. On the left is St. John's Episcopal Church, dedicated in 1861, with both the David Broderick Tower (1928 - Louis Kamper) and Central...
    • Detroit (Mich.); Wayne County (Mich.); St. John's Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.); Fox Theater (Detroit, Mich.); David Broderick Tower (Detroit, Mich.); Kamper, Louis, 1861-1953; Central United Methodist Church (Detroit, Mich.); Smith, Hinchman...


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