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    • Michigan

    • Printed. Color map showing the major railroad lines in the lower peninsula of Michigan in 1874. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 15 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; railroads
    • Colton's Michigan

    • Railroad map of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan from 1866.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; railroads; transportation; administrative and political divisions
    • Colton's Sectional Map of Michigan

    • Printed map the the southern two thirds of the lower peninsula of Michigan in 1876. The major railroads are shown. The Northern Lower peninsula is not included. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 8 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; railroads; survey maps
    • Colton's Michigan

    • Printed color map of the lower peninsula of Michigan in 1866. There is a leather folder glued to the map for the traveler to fold the map into. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 22 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; administrative and political divisions; railroads; rivers
    • Colton's Michigan

    • Printed. Shows the towns and cities and railroads of the lower peninsula of Michigan in 1868. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 22 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; railroads; administrative and political divisions
    • Pontiac - Looking south on Saginaw Street

    • Black and white photograph from circa 1950-1960 of North Saginaw Street, looking south, in Pontiac, Michigan. The tall building is the Oakland Towne Center (previously the Pontiac State Bank Building), Pontiac's tallest building, built in 1929.
    • Pontiac (Mich.); Oakland County (Mich.); Oakland Towne Center Building (Pontiac, Mich.); banks; Community National Bank of Pontaic (Pontiac, Mich.); street scenes; Saginaw Street (Pontiac, Mich.); automobiles; skyscrapers; buildings; storefronts;...
    • Colton's Township Map of the State of Michigan

    • Printed. Encapsulated. Shows the major railroad lines in the lower peninsula of Michigan in 1874. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 15 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; railroads; administrative and political divisions
    • Lansing - Frandor shopping center parking lot

    • Black and white photograph from 1955 of the Frandor Shopping Center in Lansing, Michigan. The center opened in 1954.
    • Lansing (Mich.); Ingham County (Mich.); Frandor Shopping Center (Lansing, Mich.); Kroger Company; F. W. Woolworth Company; parking lots; grocery stores; stores; automobiles
    • Lansing - Martin Block Corp. outside Woolworth Company

    • Black and white photograph from circa 1950-1960 showing the Martin Block Corp. - a construction company - set up outside the Woolworths in Lansing, Michigan on Allegan Street. Plymouth Congregational Church is in the background.
    • Martin Block Corporation (Lansing, Mich.); Allegan Street (Lansing, Mich.); F. W. Woolworth Company; Michigan National Bank (Lansing, Mich.); Plymouth Congregational Church (Lansing, Mich.); church buildings; banks; stores; people; street scenes;...

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