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Group photograph of stu...
approximately 1930
Fulton (Mich.)
 
Title
Group photograph of students from Fulton High School, Kalamazoo County, Michigan
Date
approximately 1930
Description
Group of students sitting and standing in front of building. Girls are wearing dresses, and boys are wearing a variety of clothes. There is one adult in the back, possibly the teacher. No one is identified. School is identified as Fulton High School in Fulton, Michigan located in Wakeshma Township, Kalamazoo County.
Hillcrest Elementary Cl...
approximately 1930
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Hillcrest Elementary Class outside school, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Date
approximately 1930
Description
Group photograph of class from Hillcrest Elementary on 1401 Cherry Street, Kalamazoo. Class grade is unidentified. View outside in front of school. Majority of students are girls wearing summer dresses. Three boys including an African American stand in the back row wearing collared shirts. Students are sitting and standing, and the teacher is in the back. Most students and the teacher are identified on the back of a paper holder. Pictured, back row: Charles Rudge?, Charles Pratt?, Jim Thomas, Miss Woodward, Sarah Wooley, Mary Lou Stevenson, Marion Salisbury, and Sue De Lano. Second row: Virginia Fuller, Thersa Constange, Patty Jerret, Elein Koning?, Suganne Walker?, and Barbara Rosemussen. Third row: Marge Rugel, Barbara, June Conner, and Jessie Battam.
First Congregational Ch...
approximately 1930
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
First Congregational Church in winter
Date
approximately 1930
Description
Southwest corner of Academy and South Park Street. Shows portion of First Congregational Church, completed in 1928, with original steeple at front of building and the church house built on the west side of the building. Cars are parked on South Park. The YMCA is north of the church and the Henderson-Ames Company can be seen across the street on West Michigan Avenue. Shadow of tree in the midde of South Park Street.
Warner Blacksmith Shop ...
Richland (Mich.)
approximately 1930
 
Title
Warner Blacksmith Shop at 8143 N. 32nd
Description
Photograph of a dilapidated blacksmith shop. The blacksmith shop had been operated by a Mr. Warner and Mr. Solomon. It was purchased for $700 by Reverend Henry Bonnema and converted into a church. Completed in 1940 it held services as the Cavalry Community Church, Richland.
Date
approximately 1930
Time Period
1930 - 1939
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