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http://localhistory.tadl.org/files/original/sn0028_c92c210665.tif
Brownson Avenue looking north, Kingsley, Mich., undated.

http://localhistory.tadl.org/files/original/sn0029_e65d66bc16.tif
Kingsley, taken from Tank Hill, undated.

http://localhistory.tadl.org/files/original/sn0030_53cafb323b.tif
Crowd at Kingsley Fair, 1910.

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Millard Nickerson, Harry Taylor, Sam Nickerson and friend, undated. On the back of the postcard is the following: "1. Millard Nickerson, 2. Harry Taylor, 3. Sam Nickerson. To Bernice (Stinson Tremain) from Millard". Features four male adults with…

http://localhistory.tadl.org/files/original/sn0032_706709e3fa.tif
Aerial view of the south end of Kingsley, Michigan, undated. Lumber yard in foreground.

http://localhistory.tadl.org/files/original/sn0033_134bed13e5.tif
Crowd of people gathered on hillside of Kingsley Hill, in Kingsley, Michigan. Dated July 3rd, '09. Photograph also features horses pulling carriages and carts, and a watertower in the background.

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View of a street in Kingsley during the Kingsley Fair, 1910. Large banners spanning the street advertising the fair are featured. Both automobiles and horse-drawn carriages appear in the photograph.

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Unnamed lumber mill located in Kingsley, Michigan. Written on the back of the postcard is the folllowing: "1917-1918. Taken from west side of mill." Also, the star symbol that appears just below the shed in the photograph is meant to indicate…

http://localhistory.tadl.org/files/original/sn0036_3782468546.tif
Five adult males posed outside Wurzburg's blacksmith shop, undated. One man wears a long leather apron, and another carries a hammer over his shoulder. Photograph is taken from the street.

http://localhistory.tadl.org/files/original/sn0037_0d170cd5fe.tif
Harold Stinson as a child, full-body portrait. Written on the back of the photograph is the following: "Harold Stinson, brother of Bernice and Rhea; Husband of Nell Case; Father of Ruth and Bob".
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