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Exterior View of the La...
Baldwin, Schuyler C. (S...
1880
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Exterior View of the Ladies' Library Association, Kalamazoo, Michigan, with Horse and Carriage
Alternative Title Stereograph of the Exterior of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association
Date 1880
Description Stereograph of an exterior view of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. A wooden fence is visible and the street is unpaved. The building has a vine type growth in the front and several trees. Three women and one man in a carriage pulled by two horses are in front of the building. The spire of the Methodist Episcopal Church is visible n the background. Back of card Stereograph credits, Schuyler C. Baldwin, Photographer, Kalamazoo, Mich." This building is located at 333 S. Park Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Exterior View of the La...
Baldwin, Schuyler C. (S...
1880
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Exterior View of the Ladies' Library Association, Kalamazoo, Michigan, with Landscaping
Alternative Title Stereograph of the Exterior of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association
Date 1880
Description Stereograph of an exterior view of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Wooden fence is visible. Park Street is dirt. Landscaping includes vine type growth in the front of the building and additional tress. The spire of the Methodist Episcopal Church is visible in the background. Back of stereograph card credits Schuyler C. Baldwin, Photographer, Kalamazoo, Mich." This building is located at 333 S. Park Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
C. H. Dickinson store f...
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title C. H. Dickinson store front, 202-204 N. Burdick
Description Six unidentified men posing before the store front of Chase H. Dickinson wholesale & retail hardware, at 202-204 N. Burdick, Kalamazoo. Shovels, pitch forks, hoses, and other items are displayed in front of the store. Birdcages are visible in the windows of the store. There is a wooden sidewalk with a cobblestone curb and gravel or dirt street. F. B. Stevens, first man (far left), identified as the secretary and head salesman. Stevens earned seven dollars a week.
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