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Front and Cass St. Hamilton & Milliken and First National Bank block.

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Residence of John Beadle, harness manufacturer and Director of the First National Bank. State Street.

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Rotary Club float that participated in the First Blessing of the Blossoms Festival Parade in Traverse City, May 22, 1925. It was a decorated truck with children riding in the back with the Rotary gear and the words "He Profits Most Who Serves Best"…

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Photo of circus parade with several elephants marching down Front Street; First National Bank, Sherman and Hunter Menswear and Old Setters building in view.

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The First National Bank in the Hamilton & Milliken building on Front street.

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Union Street School Float that participated in the First Blessing of the Blossoms Festival Parade in Traverse City, May 22,1925. It is an oversized pie plate on the back of a truck with small children representing cherries in the plate. It is shown…

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Small float hauling four young boys in sailor suits. It is a model of a four-story white building with another boy inside. A banner on the side says "Rooms for rent." It participated in the First Blessing of the Blossoms Festival Parade in…

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Christian Church's float that participated in the First Blessing of the Blossoms Festival Parade in Traverse City, May 22, 1925. This float was the grand prize winner, It is shown on the 200 block of East Front Street with the First National Bank,…

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Residence of Frank Hamilton on the corner of Washington and Franklin streets. He was owner of Hamilton clothing and a director of the First National Bank.

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The NE corner of Cass and Front Streets showing the First National Bank, Sherman and Hunter clothing store and the Little Tavern with snow.
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