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    • Jackson - "Presbyterian Church"

    • Black and white image of a Presbyterian church in Jackson, Michigan. From the souvenir book "Views of Jackson and Vicinity."
    • Jackson (Mich.); Jackson County (Mich.); church buildings; buildings
    • Three Rivers - Main Street, looking north

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    • 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
    • Detroit - "Fort Street, Detroit"

    • Black and white print of Fort Street, looking towards the Fort Street Presbyterian Church (1855, on right) in Detroit, Michigan. Taken from: General History of the State of Michigan; with Biographical Sketches, Portrait Engravings, and Numerous...
    • Detroit (Mich.); Wayne County (Mich.); Fort Street (Detroit, Mich.); Fort Street Presbyterian Church (Detroit, Mich.); street scenes; ; people; children; women; church buildings; sidewalk scenes;
    • Detroit - View of Detroit in mid-19th Century

    • Black and white print of Detroit, Michigan in the mid-to-late 19th Century. In the center of the image is the Fort Street Presbyterian Church, built in 1855. In the background is the Detroit City Hall (1861). Taken from: General History of the...
    • Detroit (Mich.); Wayne County (Mich.); Fort Street Presbyterian Church (Detroit, Mich.); Detroit City Hall (Detroit, Mich.); ; city halls; cityscapes; church buildings; dwellings
    • Pontiac - Aerial View of downtown

    • Black and white aerial photograph of downtown Pontiac, Michigan. The city hall can be seen in the background, along with the Oakland Towne Center (formerly Pontiac State Bank Building, Pontiac's tallest building, built 1929), and the two spires of...
    • Pontiac (Mich.); Oakland County (Mich.); Oakland Towne Center Building (Pontiac, Mich.); Pontiac City Hall (Pontiac, Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Pontiac, Mich.); aerial views; city halls; church buildings; skyscrapers; cityscapes;
    • Pontiac - Aerial View of downtown

    • Black and white aerial photograph of downtown Pontiac, Michigan. The city hall can be seen in the background, along with the Oakland Towne Center (formerly Pontiac State Bank Building, Pontiac's tallest building, built 1929), and the two spires of...
    • Pontiac (Mich.); Oakland County (Mich.); Oakland Towne Center Building (Pontiac, Mich.); Pontiac City Hall (Pontiac, Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Pontiac, Mich.); aerial views; city halls; church buildings; skyscrapers; cityscapes;
    • MS 2008-46: Civil War Letters of Mack and Nan Ewing  1865-02-19 Letter from Mack Ewing

    • Letter from Mack Ewing to Nan Ewing dated February 19, 1865. In this letter, Ewing discusses prostitutes visiting the hospital, his desire for a discharge, prayer meetings, and smallpox outbreaks in the hospital.
    • American Civil War; Second Michigan Infantry; 2nd Michigan Infantry; Ewing, Mack; Mack Ewing; Ewing, Henry McKendree; Henry McKendree Ewing; Ewing, Nan; Nan Ewing; Ewing, Nancy (Hank); Nancy (Hank) Ewing; private; Prostitutes; Satterlee U.S.A....
    • Kalamazoo - Bronson Park and First Presbyterian Church

    • Black and white stereograph of children posing in Bronson Park with the First Presbyterian Church in the background in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan.
    • Kalamazoo (Mich.); Kalamazoo County (Mich.); Bronson Park (Kalamazoo, Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Kalamazoo, Mich.); parks; church buildings; people; children; stereographs
    • Lansing - First Presbyterian Church

    • Color postcard from circa 1955-1965 showing the First Presbyterian Church building (built 1955) in Lansing, Michigan.
    • Lansing (Mich.); Ingham County (Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Lansing, Mich.); church buildings; buildings; postcards
    • Lansing - First Presbyterian and Plymouth Congregational Churches

    • Black and white photograph from 1899 of Allegan Street at Capitol Avenue in Lansing, Michigan, with the First Presbyterian Church in foreground and the Plymouth Congregational Church in background.
    • Lansing (Mich.); Ingham County (Mich.); Capitol Avenue (Lansing, Mich.); Allegan Street (Lansing, Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Lansing, Mich.); Plymouth Congregational Church (Lansing, Mich.); street scenes; church buildings; people; women
    • Lansing - Southeast view from capitol roof

    • Black and white photograph from 1898 showing the view southeast from the roof of the state capitol building in Lansing, Michigan. The First Presbyterian Church spire is in the foreground, opposite the capitol grounds.
    • Lansing (Mich.); Ingham County (Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Lansing, Mich.); cityscapes; church buildings;
    • Howell - First Presbyterian Church

    • Black and white image of the First Presbyterian Church of Howell, Michigan.
    • Howell (Mich.); Livingston County (Mich.); First Presbyterian Church (Howell, Mich.); church buildings; buildings
    • 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;...
    • Big Rapids - "Presbyterian Church"

    • Black and white photograph from souvenir folder of Big Rapids, published in approximately 1907, depicting the Presbyterian Church in Big Rapids, Michigan. The church building was remodeled in 1906.
    • Big Rapids (Mich.); Mecosta County (Mich.); buildings; church buildings;
    • Osborn, Chase S.

    • Chase S. Osborn, 27th Governor of Michigan, 1911-1912. Republican. Religion: Presbyterian. Born in Indiana in 1860. Died 1949. Buried in Duck Island. Publisher by trade.
    • Governors; Osborn, Chase S.
    • Luce, Cyrus G.

    • Cyrus G. Luce, 21st Governor of Michigan, 1887-1890. Republican. Religion: Presbyterian. Born in Ohio in 1824. Died 1905. Buried in Coldwater. Farmer by trade.
    • Governors; Luce, Cyrus G.
    • Rich, John T.

    • John T. Rich, 23rd Governor of Michigan, 1893-1896. Republican. Religion: Presbyterian. Born in Pennsylvania in 1841. Died 1926. Buried in Lapeer. Farmer by trade.
    • Governors; Rich, John T.

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