Mr. & Mrs. David Asher Kenosha, Wisconsin Iron flag standard-“Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic-1883” M.K. Stitt 32504 Cardinal Lane Dearborn Squirrel gun, Civil war saber l, hand crafted fire place chair, Civil War spurs, family pictures, 3 autograph books, Ypsilanti souvenir booklet. John P. Montonye Brighton, Michigan WILLOW RUN PLANT DATA book, Dec. 1942-Dec. 1943. First National Bank of Ypsilanti Four framed water color paintings, 220 N. Huron, Water Tower, Casa Loma and Ladies' Literary Club-house. Mrs. John Barr Ypsilanti TOYS-about 40 years old-ironing board & irons, refrigerator, stove and iron truck. Foster L. Fletcher Ypsilanti Five original copies of McGUFFEY'S NEW ELECTIC SPELLING BOOKS-HARPERS ROUND TABLE 1895, 1896, HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 1883, 94, PICTORIAL FIELD BOOK OF THE REVOLUTION 1851 Mrs. Albert Barrett Paris, Tennessee STORY OF WILLOW RUN by Marion F. Wilson, published 1956 and newspaper articles on Willow Run Village & photographs of M.E. Wilson Doris Anttila Ypsilanti Old poster-“Grand Opening Ball-German Arbeiter Verein”-October 29, 1896. James Westfall Ypsilanti Two old song folders-I WANT TO GO BACK TO MICHIGAN and YPSILANTI Photograph of steam engine #8316 this engine stopped at Ypsilanti on the regular run-1917 Martin Opem Ypsilanti 1954 map of Ypsilanti Mr. & Mrs. James Weir Ann Arbor Wooden coat hanger “Sullivan-Cook-Company-about 1900 Burgess Family Ypsilanti Clear glass bottle from “Ypsilanti Bottling Works” 512 S. Washington, Everett Wiard-1901-1918 Mr. John Dice Ann Arbor Baby clothing-bathing suits & 1918 BOSTON COOKING SCHOOL COOK BOOK Mrs. Alex Anderson Ypsilanti Greek Theatre box-press information & various committee reports for Women's Greek Theatre Coard 1967. Mrs. Robert Hunt Ypsilanti Early 1920s white afternoon dress Mrs. Morgan Abbey Ypsilanti “Corona” typewriter from early 30s. Iron cooking tools from ‘Abbey's Market’-mock chicken leg leg form, 8 paddles for getting ground meat from bin, 2 iron bands for cleaning grille, & wooden pusher for pushing meat through grinder. Myrtle A. Lang Ypsilanti Piece of handmade lace, made of swing thread, about 1890. Milton L. DeMosh California Old photograph, about 1900, of DeMosh Livery stable at the corner of Congress (Michigan) and River Streets-started in 1888. Mrs. Ruth Reynolds Reproduction of 1923 SEARS, ROEBUCK CATALOG “Thrift Book of a Nation”. Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Burrell Ypsilanti Booklet THE DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE BURRELL-genealogy of the local Burrell family. Samuel L. Breck, Jr. Ann Arbor Photograph (c. 1884) of the rail-road station at Whittaker-Wm. Lewis, Photographer Daughters of American Revolution-Ypsilanti Seat marked for Mrs. T.C. Owen from DAR's Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. Removed when new seats installed. Mr. & Mrs. Harold Young Lakeland, Michigan World War I uniform & W.W.I papers Iver Schmidt 5138 W. Michigan Old unidentified phtos-photographer identified & old Ypsi scense.
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