Office of the Registrar (University of Michigan), records: 1840-2003 (bulk 1867-1993)
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Container / Location Title
 
Photographs [series]
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Group photos

(include groups with CAW; also photo of the men of the 32nd Michigan Infantry during the Spanish-American War)

 
Photos (arranged by location)
Box   2  
Barry County (church, historic sites, Thornapple River)
Box   2  
Belle Isle
Box   2  
Bonneyville (mill)
Box   2  
Bradley (Indian mission)
Box   2  
Breedsville (hotel)
Box   2  
Cass County (mill, churches)
Box   2  
Cassopolis (homes, museum)
Box   2  
Centreville (county courthouse)
Box   2  
Climax (businesses; residences)
Box   2  
Coldwater (residence)
Box   2  
Constantine (mill; residences)
Box   2  
Cressey (log cabin residence of Indian chief)
Box   2  
Decatur (Catholic church)
Box   2  
Fort Custer (includes WW II prisoners of war)
Box   2  
Galesburg (tavern and home)
Box   2  
Grand Island
Box   2  
Grand Ledge (river ledges)
Box   2  
Gun Lake
Box   2  
Harbor Point (Harbor Springs lighthouse) 1898
Box   2  
Hartfold (Indian mission)
Box   2  
Hastings (train wreck, mill, buildings, hardware store, 1917 military parade)
Box   2  
Iosco County (church)
Box   2  
Kalamazoo (Masonic Temple; early taverns)
Box   2  
Kalamazoo County (lake views; buildings)
Box   2  
Kane Creek (log cabin)
Box   2  
Kent County (log school house)
Box   2  
Leonidas (mill)
Box   2  
Lowell (historic site)
Box   2  
Mackinac Island (buildings and landmarks) 1898
Box   2  
Marcellus (mill)
Box   2  
Middle Village
Box   2  
Middleville
Box   2  
Monroe (Custer monument)
Box   2  
Montmorency County (Black River) 1894
Box   2  
Mottville (site of covered bridge)
Box   2  
Niles (historic sites)
Box   2  
Orangeville (mill; cove site; tavern)
Box   2  
Paw Paw (court house)
Box   2  
Richland (residence)
Box   2  
Rush Lake (historic sites)
Box   2  
St. Joseph County (fountain and fort)
Box   2  
Saugatuck (ferry scow; pavilion)
Box   2  
Sault Ste. Marie (sites and ships) 1898
Box   2  
Schoolcraft (house and church)
Box   2  
Sturgis (hospital)
Box   2  
Three Oaks (Dewey cannon)
Box   2  
Union City (underground railway station)
Box   2  
Van Buren Park (memorial)
Box   2  
Vanderbilt (lumber camp) 1894
Box   2  
White Pigeon (hotels; homes)
 
Photos (arranged by subject)
Box   2  
Hotels and taverns (include stage stops)
Box   2  
Indians
Box   2  
Indian trails (Thornapple Lake and river)
Box   2  
Lumbering
Box   2  
Mills
Box   2  
Shipyard
 
Photos (arranged by names of individuals)
Box   4  
Aiken, Martha D.Z.
Box   4  
Aliber, Jacob S.
Box   4  
Bennett, Luther
Box   4  
Bessemer, George
Box   4  
Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Box   4  
Bronson, Titus
Box   4  
Bryant, John M.
Box   4  
Carleton, Will (school where he taught)
Box   4  
Cisler, Joseph
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Cook, Charles F.
Box   4  
Couture, Joe
Box   4  
Darling, James M.
Box   4  
Devine, William
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Fellows, Abiel

(portrait and photo of house)

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Fish, Fidus E.
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Fitzgerald, Leonard O.
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Fitzgerald, Sarah A.
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Hart, Thomas C.
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Hickey, Rev. M.
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Hinman, Eratus
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Hodgman, Francis
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Hoppin, Ruth
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Ingram, Amos
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Judson, William
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Kittinger, G.L.
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Langer, W.J.
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Lewis, Robert
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Longstreet, Andrew
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Mason, Cornelius
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Maynard, Myron
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McNaughton, Peter
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Magruder, Bruce (Maj. Gen.)
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:Moseley, George
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Nichols, Eli
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Orr, E.A.
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Parker, Frank (Maj. Gen.)
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Pierce, Monte K.
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Porter, George B.
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Reed, Charles A.
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Rice, Frank G.
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Riley, Steven
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Shafter, William Rufus
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Shaver, Abram I.
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Skinner, M.L.
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Sleight, Alfred C.
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Smith, William Alden
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Striker, Elizabeth
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Stroud, H.H.
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Toll, Isaac
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Weiner, George (judge)
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Wells, Edwin Morris
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Wickham, John