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CementResidences
Cement Residences, 1912 -   Bellevue, MI

burt cement plant Bellevue
Burt Portland Cement Plant, 1909 - Bellevue, MI

SouthStBellevue
South Street Looking West,  1910 - Bellevue, MI

Main Street
Main Street Looking North, 1917 - Bellevue, MI

MillDam1909
 

Bellevue Mill Dam is on Battle Creek in Eaton County, Michigan and is used for hydroelectric power purposes. Construction was completed in 1854. It has a normal surface area of 33 acres. It is owned by Michiana Hydroelectric Co. Bellevue Mill Dam is of earthen construction. The foundation is assumed to be rock. Its height is 14 feet with a length of 200 feet. Maximum discharge is 1300 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 252 acre feet. Normal storage is 82 acre feet. It drains an area of 176 square miles.

BellevueDepot
Grand Trunk Western Depot, 1914 - Bellevue, MI

City Hall Stores
City Hall and various stores 1906 -  Bellevue, MI

CharlotteCourthouse 1906
Courthouse, Charlotte, MI

MainStNorthCharlotte
Main Street Looking North, 1910s - Charlotte, MI

MichiganCentralDepot
Michigan Central Depot - Charlotte, MI

MainStCharlotte1910
Main Street, 1910 - Charlotte, MI

CarnegieLibraryCharlotte
Carnegie Library, Charlotte

Chester Post office 1910
Chester Post office 1910

Dimondale1909
Dimondale, 1909

Grand Ledge Post Office 1940
Grand Ledge Post Office 1940

TheDam1908
The Dam, 1908 - Eaton Rapids, MI

eaton rapids train depot
MC Depot, Eaton Rapids, MI

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Veterans of Foreign Wars State Houses, 1910s - Eaton Rapids, MI

GrandLedgeEastsideBridge
Grand Ledge Eastside Bridge Street

GrandLedgeBridgeSt
Bridge Street, looking north; Grand Ledge, MI, 1910

LakeShoreDepot1910
Depot, 1910 - Lake Shore MI

kalamo1909
Kalamo, MI 1909

MullikenMainSt.
Main Street, Mulliken

MullikenWreck
Wreck at Mulliken, MI
Pere Marquette wreck - June 2, 1908

South Street Sunfield
South Side Main Street - Sunfield

SunfieldFirstSt
First Street, 1910 - Sunfield, MI

Sunfield
Hotel Walsh - Sunfield, 1909

BarberStateBank
Barber State Bank & G.A.R. Hall, 1910s
Vermontville, MI

VermontvilleMainSt
Main Street Looking North
Vermontville, MI




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