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    • 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.
    • Detroit Sugar Co. receipt 

      Detroit Sugar Company (1904-11-04)
      Detroit Sugar Co. receipt for beets received from J.J. Snook.
    • Detroit Sugar Company agreement and photos 

      Snook, J. J. (1903)
      Agreement with J. J. Snook and the Detroit Sugar Company for growing beets. Two photos at the bottom, ca. 1900, of the Detroit Sugar Factory on Sugar Avenue (now Woodward) and Paint Creek. Built 1899, torn down 1907.
    • Detroit United Lines Flint Division schedule 

      Unknown author
      Train schedule showing times of arrival and departure from stations in Detroit, Royal Oak, West Utica, Rochester, Junction, Washington, Romeo, ALmont, Imlay City, Orion, Oxford, Ortonville, Goodrich, Atlas, Flint, Saginaw ...
    • Detroit United Railway group 

      Unknown author
      Group of men posing in front of an ivy-covered building with a sign: Detroit United Railway.
    • Detroit United Railway power house 

      Unknown author
      Power house for electric railway cars in Rochester Michigan, with tall smokestacks and overhead electrical wires.
    • Detroit, Rochester, Romeo, and Lake Orion Railway booklet 

      Unknown author
      Detroit, Royal Oak, Clawson, Big Beaver, Troy, Rochester, Washington, Romeo, Goodison, Orion and Oxford. Booklet contains advertising, images and text about the named cities, including photographs of residential and ...
    • Detroit, Rochester, Romeo, and Lake Orion Railway stock certificate 

      Unknown author (1899)
      Detroit, Rochester, Romeo, and Lake Orion Railway stock certificate
    • Dillman & Upton booklet 

      Dillman & Upton (1930)
      Booklet cover that reads: Cheerful LIVING | in | October "Always with a Smile" The image on the cover is of three children. The bottom reads: DILLMAN & UPTON | Main Street and M. C. R. R. Phones 25 and 255 | ROCHESTER, MICHIGAN
    • Dr. VanNocker with Horses 

      Unknown author
      Caption from back: Dr. Kenneth C. VanNocker...looks over horses used for production of tetanus antitoxin.
    • Edwin R. Frank with two boys 

      Unknown author
      Edwin R. Frank standing in front of a shop with two boys. Printed on front: L.L. Ball. Rochester, Mich. Handwritten on back: E.R. Frank ; Uncle Ruff
    • Elks Club group portrait 

      Unknown author
      Group of men wearing suits posing in front of the Elks building in Rochester, Michigan with a dog.
    • Farmland near Rochester 

      Unknown author (The Detroit News, 1957-10-17)
      High school students Ellen McDowall and Jemarice Lovell pause on way to classes to admire peaceful farm scene, similar to many found surrounding Rochester.
    • Firemen's Ball poster 

      Rochester Fire Department (1936)
      Text: "Firemen's Ball. The Rochester Fire Department Will Hold Its 38th Annual Masque Ball In The Rochester High School Auditorium Friday, Feb. 7th, 1936...Music and Entertainment Furnished By Tim Doolittle And His Michigan ...
    • Fishing at the dam 

      Unknown author
      Man with long fishing pole fishing near dam, Rochester, Mich. postcard ; 16540
    • Five Wooden Nickels 

      Avon Township (1935)
      "1835 1935 Avon Township Double Jubilee, June 13, 14, 15, 16 Rochester, Michigan"
    • Frank Hersey 

      Unknown author
      Man standing in a field. Handwritten on back: Frank Hersey ; Stamp: Kingsbury Art Studio ; Rochester, Mich.
    • Group of railroad workers 

      Unknown author
      Group of men wearing overalls and caps standing in front of a rail car.
    • Group of railroad workers 

      Unknown author
      Group of men in work clothing posing together, most with arms crossed.