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    • 2002-N-0061 (13)

    • 2002-N-0061 (13)
    • Blizzards; Disasters;
    • Excellent view of the damage caused to one of the Decatur Seed Company buildings during the infamous blizzard of 1978 which paralyzed southwest, Michigan. In this image we can see the collapsed roof and the rear section of the big rig that had...
    • 2002-N-0131 (02)

    • 2002-N-0131 (02)
    • Factories; Paper;
    • View, looking southeast. The neighborhood that is located on the northeast corner of Westnedge Avenue and Milham Avenue can be seen in lower right corner. Milham Avenue runs from the top left corner to the right center edge. The Sutherland Paper...
    • 2002-N-0242 (1) Super Bargain Center

    • 2002-N-0242 (1) Super Bargain Center
    • Businesses;
    • Image, looking due north, showing the Super Bargain Center located at 161 East Michigan Avenue in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Industrial State Bank of Kalamazoo (151 East Michigan Avenue) can be seen on the left while the ACME Quality Paint...
    • 2002-N-0567b (01) Otsego Junior High School Fire

    • 2002-N-0567b (01) Otsego Junior High School Fire
    • Schools; Disasters; Fires;
    • Interior of the Otsego Junior High School, 313 West Allegan Street, showing the damage caused by a fire which swept through the school on Saturday, January 8th, 1966. One can see the amount of smoke damage reflected in the once white porcelain...
    • 2002-N-0667 (1) Aerial - Miller Lumber Company

    • 2002-N-0667 (1) Aerial - Miller Lumber Company
    • Businesses; Lumber; LumberYards;
    • Aerial view, looking northeast, of the Miller Lumber Company and the Miller Sash and Door Company located at 1919 Factory Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Factory Street can be seen running from left to right while Reed Street is visible running...
    • 2002-N-0014 (02) Imperial Beverage Company

    • 2002-N-0014 (02) Imperial Beverage Company
    • Bottling Industry; Beverage Industry;
    • 1941 image showing bottling equipment in use at the Imperial Beverage Company of Kalamazoo located at 1810 Lake Street. When one looks closer one can see that Coca Cola bottles are currently on the line. As of 2017 the Imperial Beverage Company...
    • 2002-N-1433 Hybel's Produce Company

    • 2002-N-1433 Hybel's Produce Company
    • Businesses; Produce;
    • Image, looking north, showing the intersection of Spring Street and South Pitcher Street on the southeast side of downtown Kalamazoo. South Pitcher Street runs from the center bottom edge through the center of the image to the upper right corner. ...
    • 2002-N-1441 (03) Emmitt W. Payne

    • 2002-N-1441 (03) Emmitt W. Payne
    • People; Businesses
    • An image believed to be of Mr. Emmitt W. Payne, manager of the American National Bank and Trust Company of Kalamazoo's Milwood branch office located at 4109 Portage Street. In this rather unusual image he can be seen standing in an unidentified...
    • 2002-N-1442 (01) Michigan Bell Telephone

    • 2002-N-1442 (01) Michigan Bell Telephone
    • Businesses; Automobiles;
    • Image of an unidentified gentleman leaning against the front fender of a model 1961 Studebaker Lark station wagon. They are posed in the driveway located between the Graham Building (615 South Burdick Street) on the north (the wall is visible in...
    • 2002-N-1442 (02) Michigan Bell Telephone

    • 2002-N-1442 (02) Michigan Bell Telephone
    • Businesses; Automobiles;
    • Image of an unidentified gentleman standing in front of a model 1961 Studebaker Lark station wagon. They are posed in the driveway located between the Graham Building (615 South Burdick Street) on the north (the wall is visible in the background)...
    • 2002-N-0021 (02) Willow's Cafe

    • 2002-N-0021 (02) Willow's Cafe
    • Restaurants; Diners (Restaurants);
    • Large group of patrons crowded around a table inside the Willow's Cafe located at 4121 South Westnedge Avenue on the outskirts of the City of Kalamazoo. Along the back wall we can see a mixture of civilian and military hats and coats hanging on...
    • 2002-N-1453 Downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan

    • 2002-N-1453 Downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan
    • Aerial Views; Businesses Districts;
    • Aerial view, looking northeast, of part of the main business district of downtown Kalamazoo. For context, the streets visible in the image include: East South Street (which runs from the top center edge, can be seen bowing out to the right side of...
    • 2002-N-1454 Holiday Inn, Crosstown Parkway

    • 2002-N-1454 Holiday Inn, Crosstown Parkway
    • Hotels; Retail Stores;
    • Aerial view of the Holiday Inn, Crosstown Parkway located at 220 East Crosstown Parkway. Crosstown Parkway can be seen running along the left edge of the image from the top left corner to the bottom left corner. Other streets visible include:...
    • 2002-N-0043 (02) Mount Ever-Rest Cemetery

    • 2002-N-0043 (02) Mount Ever-Rest Cemetery
    • Cemeteries; Aerial Views;
    • Aerial image, looking east, of the Mount Ever-Rest Cemetery located at 3941 South Westnedge Avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan. This cemetery has two entrances, one on South Burdick Street, which runs from the left edge to the right edge along the top...
    • 2002-N-0040 (01) Cobweb Artist

    • 2002-N-0040 (01) Cobweb Artist
    • Art; Artists;
    • Unidentified gentleman known on the negative envelope simply as "Cobweb Painter." Cobweb painting utilizes spider web or caterpillar silk and was first documented in the 16th Century. It is not a common practice and takes skill and extreme...
    • 2002-N-0040 (02) Cobweb Artist

    • 2002-N-0040 (02) Cobweb Artist
    • Art; Artists;
    • Unidentified gentleman known on the negative envelope simply as "Cobweb Painter." Cobweb painting utilizes spider web or caterpillar silk and was first documented in the 16th Century. It is not a common practice and takes skill and extreme...
    • 2002-N-0040 (03) Cobweb Artist

    • 2002-N-0040 (03) Cobweb Artist
    • Art; Artists;
    • Unidentified gentleman known on the negative envelope simply as "Cobweb Painter." Cobweb painting utilizes spider web or caterpillar silk and was first documented in the 16th Century. It is not a common practice and takes skill and extreme...

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