First Meeting House of the Germans in Michigan / BL000317



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First Meeting House of the Germans in Michigan
Collection Title
Ann Arbor, Michigan photograph collection
Collection Creator
Bentley Historical Library (collector)
Folder / Container / Volume
Ann Arbor, Mich. Buildings, Houses, etc. Churches (by denomination). Evangelical Lutheran Church (1st church), 1881.
Inscription: First Meeting House of the Germans in Michigan, 1 1/2 Miles west of Ann Arbor. Erected in 1833. Photographed in 1881. ["Erstes Versammlungs Haus der Deutschen in Michigan. 1 1/2 Meilen westlich von Ann Arbor. Errichtet im Jahr 1833. Photographirt im Jahr 1881."]; Standing, left to right: Mrs. Sophie Hutzel, Rev. John Neumann, Emanuel Mann, David Allmendinger. Seated, left to right: John Jacob Schaffer, Pauline Allmendinger, Mrs. David Allmendinger, Mrs. David Allmendinger, Sr., Herman [Allmendinger? grandson], Caroline Shaffer, Mrs. William Guenther and daughter Lydia. Copy print neg in Sturgis collection.
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Source of Title
Scan Source
4x5 b/w copy neg
Bentley Historical Library
Date Added/Updated
2013-11-22 00:51:18

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3906 x 3228
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