Looks to be the railroad building that burned down around the mid 70's. It was located on page ave south of the railroad tracks behind now the Blue Moon Resturant (the old junction resturant or papa ray's).
Posted by cinbob on 12/04/10 15:34:13
Not Jackson Street but Michigan Avenue looking west from across the street of the old Capitol Theater. Note the City Bank & Trust Building on the south side and the Reynolds, Building, Consumer's Power and Hotel Hayes (front to rear) on the north side. At least the late 60s with the Thuderbird in front of the Downtown NBJ office.
Posted by J Balch on 03/19/10 19:26:09
White haired man identified as Leonard Fields with family (circa 1901 or 1902). Original owner of Fields Department Store.
Posted by Kyle on 09/12/09 11:25:40
I believe this was located on Jefferson Road (north side) near Hewitt Road. I remember my parents going here to vote when I was very young.
Posted by JoyceBetz on 02/11/09 10:17:46
More info about Mercy Hospital
There is more information and another picture in the Jackson Citizen Patriot Our History column November 24, 2008
Posted by JoyceBetz on 11/24/08 10:54:24
perhaps I-94 under construction.
Posted by james chifane (guest) on 11/08/08 18:09:16
My first job
Posted by karen (guest) on 10/29/08 12:06:29
This is for sure Bloomfield School. I spent 5 years there from 1958 to 1964.
Posted by Bloomfield Student (guest) on 10/20/08 21:27:49
Was it called Igboy or did it loose its B on the sign?
Posted by schoeningmk on 09/26/08 14:22:24
Home of the famous Igboy.
Posted by histbuf (guest) on 09/22/08 04:04:36
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