This could be my great grandfather, Anthony Horsch who was a fireman in Jackson. I have a picture of him with horse and wagon and the facial features are pretty similar.
Posted by kschneider on 12/30/12 20:30:46
Jackson Corset Co. was located in the building on the corner of Washington and Mechanic, which later grew into the S.H. Camp Co., then Camp International. The building is still there and was made into condo apts. The parking lot is actually on the corner, while the building faces Washington.
Posted by guesthere on 11/30/12 18:44:01
St. Joseph Home for Boys
My brother and I were there together for almost eight years in the years 1956 to 1964. My name is Tim Toney and Bill is my brother. We were there with some other brothers; the Brooks, Fred, Joe, and Harry also the Eva brothers with Ron and Roger one ball. I remember a boy named Yost, Fields, Sister Rita (she choked me), Sister Arcadia (she beat me good in the dining room in front of all the other boys), Sister Jean (Mean, she might have been the one that beat me).
Posted by Orphan on 10/23/12 21:29:55
A feature of the Earl Motor Car was the reversible front seat for friendly conversation while motoring.
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 07:38:38
Firestone station on the northwest corner of Michigan and Blackstone Streets in 1937. Gasoline cost $1.05 for 7 gallons.
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 07:29:57
pusher-type biplane from Hauge Park on August 10, 1912
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 07:27:55
This Woman's name is Miss. Jennie Delamater reading in a 1890's reading room.
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 07:24:13
First gasoline-powered delivery truck of the Adler Brewing Company, on the old east Pearl Street bridge.
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 07:20:32
There use to be two or three more floors to this building. It had a mansard roof. Somewhere in the 50's or 60's they took the upper floors off. Not sure why they would do that?
Posted by jankusky on 10/18/12 03:01:06
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