This Woman's name is Miss. Jennie Delamater reading in a 1890's reading room.
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 07:24:13
First gasoline-powered delivery truck of the Adler Brewing Company, on the old east Pearl Street bridge.
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 07:20:32
There use to be two or three more floors to this building. It had a mansard roof. Somewhere in the 50's or 60's they took the upper floors off. Not sure why they would do that?
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 03:01:06
Isn't this the city home of Ella Sharp at the corner of Michigan and First Street?
Posted by bennk on 01/08/12 18:28:17
Phil Billeter, saxophone
The sax player wearing glasses is Phil Billeter, my great-grand-uncle. I have more photos of Phil; if you're related to him, please click here to contact me via my profile at Ancestry.com.
Posted by Amy Jeynes on 12/16/11 10:01:59
Photograph of house and Cadillac
This is a beautiful photograph. It could easily be the front cover of a Cadillac brochure from the seventies!
Posted by Tom Hubbard on 09/04/11 22:15:59
Thanks for your comments, J. Balch. I wondered about this one, too! This photo must date before "the mall" doesn't it? The fender trim on the blue Thunderbird would make it a 1962 model year (Standard Catalog of Ford, 4th Ed./John Gunnell). I'm guessing the year to be 1962 or '63.
Posted by Tom Hubbard on 09/04/11 13:53:20
Nathaniel B Hall
Posted by debhw on 08/20/11 10:58:22
Ella Merriman Sharp Home
Farm property purchased by Ella's maternal grandfather, Abraham Wing. Her parents Dwight and Mary Wing Merriman added on to the original 3 room house ca. 1845 in both 1858 and 1863. Ella Merriman and her husband John Sharp living in the home after their marriage. This photo was taken after Ella's death when the park superintendent lived in the home.
Posted by lynnel on 02/05/11 18:33:52
L. H. Field and family
Family photograph of Leonard H. Field who founded the L.H. Field and Company Department Store with his second wife; 4 sons, William, Leonard H., Raynor and Martel; their wives and children.
Posted by lynnel on 02/05/11 17:16:19
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