Black and white photograph from May 1936 of road construction on Saginaw Street in Flint, Michigan.
Flint (Mich.); Genesee County (Mich.); Saginaw Street (Flint, Mich.); construction sites; construction workers; street scenes; men; people; stores; clothing stores; medical offices; grocery stores; music stores; street scenes
Black and white copy print of a 1914 photograph of stores on Woodward Avenue preparing to move in anticipation of the block being demolished to be replaced with the J. L. Hudson's Department Store Building.
Detroit (Mich.); Wayne County (Mich.); Woodward Avenue; J. L. Hudson Building (Detroit, Mich.); storefronts; stores; street scenes; streetcars; automobiles; bookstores; clothing stores; music stores; people;
Black and white stereograph of the Germain Piano Company building in Saginaw, Michigan. The company later became Germain Bros. Company, becoming one of the largest manufacturers of wooden toilet seats in the world in the 1920s.
Saginaw (Mich.); Saginaw County (Mich.); Germain Piano Company (Saginaw, Mich.); buildings; stores; music stores; stereographs
Color postcard from 1916 showing the Grinnell Brothers Music House on Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. Designed by Albert Kahn, and built in 1908, the building housed the Grinnell Brothers large music store, where they sold pianos, victrolas,...
Detroit (Mich.); Wayne County (Mich.); Grinnell Brothers Music House (Detroit, Mich.); Grinnell Brothers; Kahn, Albert, 1869-1942; stores; buildings; music stores; storefronts; automobiles; postcards
Black and white reproduction of a photograph from approximately 1900 showing the east side of Woodward Avenue, between John R. Street and Witherell (Park) Street in Detroit, Michigan. On the right is the Schwankovsky Temple of Music (later named...
Detroit (Mich.); Wayne County (Mich.); Woodward Avenue; stores; storefronts; carriages and coaches; street scenes; Wright-Kay Building (Detroit, Mich.); music stores