Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church


Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church

Bethel A.M.E. Church was located in this building at 632 North Fourth Avenue from 1895 to 1971.

Read more in Bethel AME by Grace Shackman.




First Congregational Church


First Congregational Church

First Congregational Church, designed in 1872 by Gordon Lloyd.

Read more in First Congregational Church by Grace Shackman and Ann Arbor Architecture Archive: 608 East William Street by Susan Wineberg and Marjorie Reade.




St. Andrew's Episcopal Church


St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Designed by Gordon Lloyd, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church is the oldest in Ann Arbor, dating back to 1868.

Read more in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church by Grace Shackman, Ann Arbor Architecture Archive: 306 North Division Street by Susan Wineberg and Marjorie Reade, and Ann Arbor Goes to Church.

Image courtesy of Bentley Historical Library.




Man Looking at Chicken on Lap, BL005499


Man Looking at Chicken on Lap, BL005499

Read about Saline Valley Farms in Ann Arbor Observer: Then & Now.

Bentley Image Bank: BL005499

Keywords: farms, farming, agriculture, Saline Valley Farms, poultry




Hog Barn, BL005447


Hog Barn, BL005447

Read about Saline Valley Farms in Ann Arbor Observer: Then & Now.

Bentley Image Bank: BL005447

Keywords: farms, agriculture, farming, Saline Valley Farm




Farm Buildings, BL005487


Farm Buildings, BL005487

Read about Saline Valley Farms in Ann Arbor Observer: Then & Now.

Bentley Image Bank: BL005487

Keywords: farming, farms, agriculture, Saline Valley Farm




Dexter Streetscape, 1930/1940 (ca.) BL000350


Dexter Streetscape, 1930/1940 (ca.)  BL000350

Read about The Legacy of Judge Dexter in Ann Arbor Observer: Then & Now.

Bentley Image Bank: BL000350




Construction of the new Schwaben Verein, 1914


Construction of the new Schwaben Verein, 1914

Construction of the Schwaben Verein.

Read more in The Story of the Schwaben Halle by Grace Shackman and Ann Arbor Streets: Germans on Ashley Street.

Image courtesy of Bill Mundus.




Trubey's Confectionary, 1910


Trubey's Confectionary, 1910

Justin Trubey (foreground) and his son and daughter-in-law, Harold and Elsa Trubey, in Trubey's Confectionary, 116 South Main Street, 1910.

Read more in Justin Trubey and the Ice Cream Trade by Grace Shackman.

Image courtesy of Doug Trubey.




Map of the Surveyed Part of the Territory of Michigan, 1825.


Map of the Surveyed Part of the Territory of Michigan, 1825.

Map of the Surveyed Part of the Territory of Michigan, published in 1825 by Orange Risdon.

Read more in Orange Risdon's 1825 Map by Grace Shackman.

Image courtesy of Clements Library, University of Michigan.




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