Local History Photos

Camperdown Elm in Recreation Park


Camperdown Elm in Recreation Park

The graft line is clearly visible on the Camperdown Elm in Recreation Park



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Ypsilanti's Natural Crowning Jewel: The Camperdown Elm


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1937 Ford Tudor


1937 Ford Tudor

1937 Ford Tudor



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Related:
Frankie Ford Finds the FUTURE or Ypsi/Ford vs. Oakland/GM


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John Keusch


John Keusch

John Keusch holding the helmet worn by Olin Sanders in the 1930 football game.



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The Washtenaw County Clash of 1930


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Willow Run Machine Shop, ca. 1942


Willow Run Machine Shop, ca. 1942

Banks of equipment used in the production of B-24 Liberator bomber planes. The ceiling receding on the top of the image highlights the enormity of the Willow Run plant, which was not only the largest manufacturing plant in the US but was also the largest "room" in the world.

Read more about Willow Run in the May 1999 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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Harvey C. Colburn


Harvey C. Colburn

Read about Harvey C. Colburn in Ypsilanti Gleanings



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Charlotte Allen, founder of the Chick Inn in 1954


Charlotte Allen, founder of the Chick Inn in 1954

Read more about The Chick Inn Drive-in in the Summer 2009 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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The Original Version of "The Story of Ypsilanti"


The Original Version of "The Story of Ypsilanti"

Learn more about the author Harvey C. Colburn in the Spring 2010 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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Ad in the New York Clipper on March 10, 1906.


Ad in the New York Clipper on March 10, 1906.

Read more about Eph Thompson in the Spring 2010 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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Thompson Block supported by bracing


Thompson Block supported by bracing

Read about the Thompson Block in the Winter 2009 issue of Gleanings.

Keywords: buildings



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Linda French and Marilyn Collins, 1979


Linda French and Marilyn Collins, 1979

Read more about the history of The Sidetrack Bar and Grill in the Fall 2009 issue of Gleanings.

Keywords: restaurant



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