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Portrait of William S. ...
approximately 1886
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Portrait of William S. Delano
Date
approximately 1886
Description
Studio portrait of an older man with beard wearing suit and looking off to the side on a cabinet card. Handwritten text on front reads: "Wm Delano Hannah's husband". Taken by F.P. Ford, 119 South Burdick, Kalamazoo. William S. Delano was a southwestern Michigan pioneer settler.
Studio portrait of Edwi...
White, Wallace S., 1842...
approximately 1875
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Studio portrait of Edwin P. Cady
Date
approximately 1875
Description
Sepia cabinet card of Edwin P. Cady taken by Wallace White, Kalamazoo. The photograph features Edwin Cady’s head and shoulders, and a beard past his shoulders. He is wearing corduroy suit coat. Edwin was the father of Anna Cady Vanderbilt. Originally from New York, Edwin Cady was later a farmer in Kalamazoo County.
Carl G. Kleinstueck on ...
approximately 1900
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Carl G. Kleinstueck on horse
Date
approximately 1900
Description
Photograph of Carl Kleinstueck (1853-1916) seated on a rearing horse during winter. Carl Kleinstueck wears a fur hat, jacket and tall boots. Behind Carl Kleinstueck and the horse is the south side of the Kleinstueck house at 1925 Oakland Drive.
Carl G. Kleinstueck hol...
approximately 1900
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Carl G. Kleinstueck holding dachshunds
Date
approximately 1900
Description
Studio photograph of Carl Kleinstueck (1853-1916) wearing heavy coat with fur sleeves, collar and hat. He is holding a dachshund and looking off in the distance.
Carl G. Kleinstueck, in...
approximately 1900
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Carl G. Kleinstueck, in winter, with dogs
Date
approximately 1900
Description
Photograph of Carl Kleinstueck (1853-1916) standing outdoors wearing buckskins, fur hat and tall boots holding a rifle or shotgun. Two dachshunds under him. Winter with bare trees around. Carl looking off in distance. Born in Saxony, Germany, Carl Kleinstueck came to the Kalamazoo area in 1885. He owned the land between Howard St. and the present Spruce Drive, from Oakland Drive to Stearns Ave which he called “Saxonia Farms.” The land included what would become Hillcrest neighborhood. The Kleinstueck (also Kleinstuck) Preserve is named after him.
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