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    • Biplane over Main Street 

      Pesha
      "Postcard with image of a biplane flying over Main Street in Rochester, Michigan ; Pesha Photo ; 9007 (A)"
    • Birds Eye View of Rochester, Michigan 

      J. H. Cave
      Postcard with high angle view of Rochester, Michigan. Train tracks on trestle at left.
    • Birds Eye View of Rochester, Michigan 

      Unknown author
      Postcard with high angle view of Rochester, Michigan with train tracks at center.
    • Boarding House near Western Knitting Mills 

      Unknown author (1940)
      The dormitory near the Western Knitting Mills, pictured here after closure.
    • Boarding Houses near Western Knitting Mills 

      Unknown author (1913)
      Postcard with image of a large group of women standing in front of the boarding houses near the Western Knitting Mills ; Mill Boarding House Rochester Mich.L-16841.
    • California Trip booklet cover 

      Snook, J. J. (1903)
      Tan cover of book of poetry written by John J. Snook. Tied with yellow cord.
    • Case Hardware Store 

      Unknown author (1916)
      Scene on Main Street in Rochester, Michigan with excavator and horse-drawn wagon in front of Case Hardware store. Handwritten on back: Main Street Rochester ; Case Hardware ; probably early 1920s ; 1916 from Tom Case.
    • Cattle postcard 

      Unknown author
      Postcard with image of a herd of cattle on a street in Rochester, Michigan.
    • The Centennial Trip 

      Snook, J. J. (1900)
      Copy of J. J. Snook's self-printed poem “The Centennial Trip” owned by his wife. "Mrs. J. J. Snook | Rochester | Michigan | Overlook Farm" is written on the inside cover.
    • Chapman House 

      Unknown author
      Large house on a hill. "Chapmans Res., North Main St. Rochester, Mich. 710. Flower Photo."
    • Chapman House 

      Unknown author
      Large fieldstone house ; "Chapman Residence ; Rochester, Mich."
    • Cherished Christmas Carols booklet 

      Unknown author
      Christmas carols booklet with image of young girl wearing a robe and holding a doll looking out a window at a bright star in the sky. The back cover reads: "Your confidence and good will are the foundation of our success ...
    • Children of owner Thomas Cole in front of Winkler Mill 

      Unknown author (The Detroit News, 1969-08)
      Three boys, children of Thomas Cole, sit in the grass outside Winkler Mill
    • Civil War soldier portrait 

      Unknown author (1863)
      Portrait of seated man in uniform, holding a sword, with woman standing next to him, her hand on his shoulder.
    • Clinton Canal Bank Five Dollar Note 

      The Clinton Canal Bank at Pontiac (1837)
      The Clinton Canal Bank at Pontiac was chartered to help finance the Clinton Kalamazoo Canal project, to connect Lake St. Clair to Lake Michigan. Unfortunately, the financial panic of 1837-1841 and the competition of the ...
    • Clinton Canal Bank Two Dollar Note 

      The Clinton Canal Bank at Pontiac (1837)
      The Clinton Canal Bank at Pontiac was chartered to help finance the Clinton Kalamazoo Canal project, to connect Lake St. Clair to Lake Michigan. Unfortunately, the financial panic of 1837-1841 and the competition of the ...
    • Construction of bank building 

      Unknown author (1925)
      Construction of Bank Building next to C.W. Case Hardware. Main Street in Rochester, Michigan.
    • Crossing Main Street 

      Unknown author (The Detroit News, 1957-10-05)
      Group of women and children in crosswalk on busy street. Caption from back: Rochester's business district looking north on Main Street (M-150) ; Handwritten on back: Rochester Suburbia ; Looking north from 5th on Main ; ...
    • Detroit Ski Club Tournament Parking Ticket 

      Unknown author (1926)
      No. 2823. Newberry Hill. c. 1926. The Detroit Ski Club held competitions in Rochester, Michigan between 1926, when the ski jump was built, and 1934, when it was destroyed in a wind storm.
    • Detroit Sugar Co. receipt 

      Detroit Sugar Company (1902-11-01)
      Detroit Sugar Co. receipt for beets received from J.J. Snook.