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Grand Rapids Herald Building, 8 East Fulton - August 11, 1939

Grand Rapids Herald Building, 8 East Fulton - August 11, 1939

Monroe Street in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Monroe Street in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Godfrey House being torn down, Fulton & East Park - 1929

Godfrey House being torn down, Fulton & East Park - 1929

View from Belknap Park looking west toward the Grand River. The street below is Coldbrook, the long building at the right is a freight house, and the roof of the Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railroad depot is just visible behind it. The building at the end of the freight house is the Parnell House, located on the east side of Plainfield near Leonard, that was run as a tavern and rooming house.

View from Belknap Park looking west toward the Grand River. The street below is Coldbrook, the long building at the right is a freight house, and the roof of the Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railroad depot is just visible behind it. The building at the end of the freight house is the Parnell House, located on the east side of Plainfield near Leonard, that was run as a tavern and rooming house.

Davenport Institute :: GRPL Photographs Collection

Davenport Institute :: GRPL Photographs Collection

Queen Juliana of the Netherlands' motorcade visiting Fulton Street in GR; the building in the background now houses One Stop Coney Shop - 1952

Queen Juliana of the Netherlands' motorcade visiting Fulton Street in GR; the building in the background now houses One Stop Coney Shop - 1952

CHILDRENS HOME~GRAND RAPIDS,MICHIGAN~1910 POSTCARD

MiniPresso Portable Espresso Maker (NS or GR)

CHILDRENS HOME~GRAND RAPIDS,MICHIGAN~1910 POSTCARD

Building Announcement, Grand Rapids Herald, March 19, 1916

Building Announcement, Grand Rapids Herald, March 19, 1916

Looking west up Michigan Street at Monroe Avenue NW in 1918. The Grand Rapids Brewing Co. dominates the skyline. (Courtesy Photo | Grand Rapids Public Library.)

The architect: How a New York consultant sold Grand Rapids on urban renewal

Looking west up Michigan Street at Monroe Avenue NW in 1918. The Grand Rapids Brewing Co. dominates the skyline. (Courtesy Photo | Grand Rapids Public Library.)

The Vandecar Dodge-Plymouth dealership at 1528 Lake Drive SE in Grand Rapids, Michigan (1938), which today is occupied by a CVS Drug Store.

The Vandecar Dodge-Plymouth dealership at 1528 Lake Drive SE in Grand Rapids, Michigan (1938), which today is occupied by a CVS Drug Store.

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