I have lived in this neighborhood for the last 20 years.
I know exactly where this house used to sit ( to the left or just east of the "Executive West Apts"), across from "JHS". I would like to see other photos of this area and also on Edward street if any one has them. Please respond here if you may. Would be much appreciated.
Posted by schuyler william rogers (guest) on 05/12/08 01:46:30
Carnegie Building, Jackson District Library (formerly Jackson City Library); 244 W. Michigan Avenue. Decorative sculpture under windows.
Posted by JAB (guest) on 05/08/08 09:06:34
Identification of House
Ruins of Houck Farm House; Springport Cyclone June 6, 1917
(written on the picture)
Posted by JAB (guest) on 05/08/08 08:59:46
Picture quite possibly taken in July 1904 for the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Republican Party (Under the Oaks-Frankiln and Second St.)
Posted by TLE (guest) on 05/07/08 16:56:28
This looks like the Carnegie Building (Jackson District Library)
244 W. Michigan Avenue
Posted by jab (guest) on 05/07/08 16:42:42
Armistice Day, Looking at BLackman Park, Buildings around park were torn down when Consumers Power built new office building in 1927. Building with columns was the Jewish Synagogue.
Posted by Jeannette McDonald (guest) on 03/20/08 14:49:47
In front of Jackson High School that was located on Jackson Street
Posted by Jeannette McDonald (guest) on 03/20/08 14:40:44
Jackson Street Scene is actually the Blackstone Hotel on Blackstone Street near Michigan Avenue
Posted by Guest on 03/20/08 14:06:40
Those dogs are adorable!
Posted by schoeningmk on 12/19/07 09:50:25
Inspiring our community to discover, learn and succeed.