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Horse and buggy adverti...
ca. 1905
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Horse and buggy advertising the B.F. Hall Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Date ca. 1905
Description Two unidentified men on top of a horse-drawn wagon advertising B. F. Hall Company stopped in front of the Kalamazoo County Courthouse. Two unidentifed men stand with a rope, ladder and other repair equipment. The wagon is identified by a banner that reads: Lighting Repair Wagon, B. F. Hall, 907 Portage Street, The Only Chimney Sweep in Town, Phone 1713.
Henry Stevens seated in...
Hubbard, W. V.
ca. 1905
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Henry Stevens seated in horse-drawn buggy on Academy Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Date ca. 1905
Description Photograph looking east from Academy Street to Rose Street showing Henry Stevens seated in a horse-drawn runabout buggy, and two building fronts in the background on Rose Street. The building pictured to the left of the buggy features a sign "Gas Company" and was originally constructed as a house for Frederick Curtenius. The second building was a house originally built for Luther Trask. Also pictured in the background are street lights and bicycles. Photograph was taken by W. V. Hubbard of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Verneulen House, 521 Pa...
Hubbard, W. V.
ca. 1905
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Verneulen House, 521 Parker St., Kalamazoo, Michigan
Date ca. 1905
Description Jannetje Maarsman and Hendrick Vermeulen family in front of their house at 521 Parker Street (now Pioneer Street) in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Hendrick Vermeulen is in the wagon. Minnie Vermeulen, Jacob Vermeulen, Henry Vermeulen, and Jeannette Vermeulen stand on or beside the porch. Two outbuildings or barn type structures in the background. Currently, the house no longer stands.
A horse-drawn wagon wit...
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1914-10-29
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title A horse-drawn wagon with three men, one seated, delivering typewriters, South West St. and Pearl St., Kalamazoo, Michigan
Date 1914-10-29
Description Man seated on a horse-drawn, open bed wagon with two men in long coats standing. Sign on wagon reads: "We are delivering 40 Remington Typewriters to Kalamazoo Public Schools." Photo was taken at the southwest corner of South West Street and Pearl Street. Behind the wagon is Kalamazoo High School (third building, 1898-1922) with 1913 gymnasium addition. Typewriters were delivered to coincide with the Michigan State Teachers Association convention that was held in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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