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Centennial Arch, West Bridge Street - 1876
West Bridge Street - July 4, 1876
Parade of the 'Horribles' on Lyon Street - July 4, 1871
Centennial Arch on Monroe Ave (~33 Monroe) - 1876
On Monroe at Pearl Street looking toward J. Boyd Pantlind's Sweet's Hotel and Col. E. J. Pierce Clothing in the clock tower building constructed in 1875.
Streetcar Parade, Monroe & Pearl - 1926
86-117 Monroe Ave during the Centennial Celebration - 1876
The Rindge Building at the corner of Ionia, Louis and Fulton; now an Ellis Parking lot.
Is this right behind Herpolsheimer's? If so it was Anderson's Art Supply when I was a kid.
Arbeiter Hall, Chatham & South Jefferson (now Lexington)- 1880
View of downtown with E. Bridge St in the foreground, now Michigan St NE - c. 1870
Market & Monroe - 1880
The German-American Turnverein exercise club on South Jefferson - 1880s
Kent County Courthouse Dedication invitation - July 4, 1892