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Lower rt. corner of page 21: "O.W.D. Co. Dock" inscription. (Oval Wood Dish Company on the Bay, T.C.) A female and male in photo standing on dock. Log piles on the dock and a load of logs on a wagon.
First William Cary Hull home on the NW corner of State and Wellington. The Hull family owned the Oval Wood Dish Company in Traverse City.
Three women, a man and three children sitting in front of a pile of wood blocks from the Oval Wood Dish Company in Traverse City, Michigan. Identification with the album indicates that it was taken near the rear of 207 W. 8th Street. Based on other…
Products produced by the OWD (Oval Wood Dish) company after the moved from Traverse City to Tupper Lake N.Y. The OWD was a major employer in Traverse City until the hard woods ran out and they moved. The thin wooden dishes were used for holding…
b&w photo across lake of Oval Dish Factory Fire
The Oval Wood Dish company employees picnic. The head chef is Joseph Sleder (on the right center) with son's Ben and Budd on the left.
A dog with a pile of wood used by the Oval Wood Dish Co.
A Photograph album of pictures taken by Hanley Wilhelm and his friends taken before WWI of their trips around the area.
Overview of the Oval Dish Co. on the north end of Boardman Lake.
Picture of the fire damage at the Oval Wood Dish Co. and a picture of the smoke and fire taken from across Boardman Lake. (Both glass negatives cracked)
403 6th Street home remodeled by Milton Bryant, Henry Ford's brother-in-law. The original house belonged to Franklin H. Smith, senior member of the Smith and Hull, a firm which dealt with hardwood lands and lumber. Franklin Smith scouted land for…
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