William Christian Weber Papers
Weber, William Christian, 1853-1952
28 linear feet (in 30 boxes), 15 oversize volumes, 15 oversize folders
Detroit, Michigan businessman and civic leader. Business correspondence relating to Weber's activities as a dealer in timber lands, his role as a member of the Art Commission in the development of Detroit, Michigan's Cultural Center, his involvement in the construction of the Detroit-Windsor bridge and tunnel and his activities during World War I; and correspondence and class notes of his sons, Harry B. and Erwin W. Weber, while attending University of Michigan; also photographs, including family portraits, aerial views of Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, photographs of the construction of the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel and Ambassador Bridge, and glass negatives of family vacations in Upper Michigan, Ontario, and Quebec; and maps of land and timber holdings
86260 AC Aa 2
The materials are in English.
Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.Finding aid prepared by: Thomas L. Jones, 1973-1974; Leonard A. Coombs, 1990 (land records only).
Ann Arbor, MI
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