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Feed barn
Ross (Mich. : Township)
approximately 1910
 
Title
Feed barn
Description
Photograph of a vertical sided barn with a loft and carriages lined up along entrance.
Date
approximately 1910
Time Period
1910 - 1919
Hamilton's Store
Ross (Mich. : Township)
approximately 1940
 
Title
Hamilton's Store
Description
Photograph of a turn of the century general store. The original store was moved from Will Greer's farm Ross Township in 1900 to Yorkville and a Post Office was soon added. By 1940 the Post office was abandoned. Ownership of the business by 1972 were: Edward Townsend, George Bietry, Mrs. E. Stafford, Merton Phillips, Carl Reese, Carl Hamilton and F.L. Hamilton.
Date
approximately 1940
Time Period
1940 - 1949
Wooden house with woman...
Ross (Mich. : Township)
1900
 
Title
Wooden house with woman and child
Description
Photograph of an unidentified house on a rise with a woman in a ankle length skirt and a small child standing on a small landing made of wood. Text on photograph folder: P105 Yorkville, unidentified home.
Date
1900
Time Period
1900 - 1909
Yorkville Post Office a...
Ross (Mich. : Township)
1911
 
Title
Yorkville Post Office and Townsend Store
Description
Photograph of a turn of the century general store with Post Office. Five men, one on a horse drawn delivery wagon, and three women are shown in front of the store and post office. Operated by the Van Pelts, the original store was moved from Will Greer's farm Ross Township in 1900 to Yorkville and a Post Office was soon added. Ownership of the business by 1972 were: Edward Townsend, George Bietry, Mrs. E. Stafford, Merton Phillips, Carl Reese, Carl Hamilton and F.L. Hamilton.
Date
1911
Time Period
1910 - 1919
St. Anne's Church, York...
Ross (Mich. : Township)
between 1911-1958
 
Title
St. Anne's Church, Yorkville
Description
Photograph of the Catholic Mission Church building. St. Ann Catholic Church began in 1911.
Date
between 1911-1958
Time Period
1910 - 1919
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