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  • HCDL-ngp-S002-01-0003_u.jpg

    Zoe Earl, Teacher/Librarian for Howell Public Schools - 1962
  • HCDL-bd-Zemper-in-the-Time-of-Black-and-White_m.jpg

    "Growing Up Howell, what's your story?" was the brain child of Zemp. This is his final interview. For all those "Growing Up Howell" who sat for this man. Baby, grade school, high school, graduation, wedding, engagement, family and confirmation photographs as well as many other occasions. Here is another side of his talent you may enjoy. Thanks to HHS 1968 Gary Finch who interned at the studio and was a lifelong friend. We are indebted to you for capturing this special interview. (HCDL-bd-Zemper-in-the-Time-of-Black-and-White_m.mp4)

    Mentioned:
    • Nelson Studios
    • Gary Finch
    • 457th Bomb Group
    • Eastern Michigan University
    • Michigan Normal College
    • Tillie Reiner
    • WWII
    • Yale University
    • "sealed train"
    • England
    • Sioux Fall, South Dakota
    • B-29's & B-17 aircraft
    • Brighton
    • Frank Seger
    • Brighton Argus
    • Eric Reiner, Mayor
    • Riddle Street
    • Zemper Studios
    • Cleave Studios
    • Masonic Lodge
    • speak easy
    • Rick Zemper
    • Steve Zemper
    • Tot's Day
    • Fowlerville Minister
    • Joe Brady Family
    • Knight's Templar
    • Cub Scouts
    • Citizens' Insurance Company, Board of Directors
    • Frank Bush Family
    • Mr. Hamilton
    • Howell Motors
    • Dick Quinlan
    • Charles Sutton
    • Elks Ruler 1954
    • Pete Baldwin
    • Rotary Club Howell
    • Baldwin's Drug Store
    • Jim Moffett
    • R. B. McPherson Home
    • MMPA, President
    • Ruthanne Lyons
    • Judge Willis Lyons
    • Miss Dunberger
    • Miss Michigan 1955
    • Patricial Dowen
    • Doc May
    • Miss Zimmerle
    • Mrs. Slayton
    • pool hall
    • Tillie's Aunt
    • Dorothy Dunn
    • Fred Server
    • Clifton Heller
    • Kensington Metropark
    • Marietta, Ohio
    • Bob White
    • photography techniques
    • Mr. Quigley
    • Ol' Red
    • Willie Wright
    • Mrs. Thayer
    • D. L. Zemper, Master of Photography
  • HCDL-ngp-S004-02-0054_u.jpg

    Zemper Studio, 213 E. Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan -1954-1961.

    At one time the building housed Sally Ude's Sweet Shop and Bar.

    Owner Duane Zemper shows photographs in the windows, and a passing car. unknown date of photo.
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    Zemper Photographic Studio and Gallery Ads

    unknown people in photographs
  • HCDL-ngp-A002-04-0007_u.jpg

    A portrait of Ed Stair, George Crossman, Jay Carson, Dr. Will Spencer, and Mr. Kingman in 1880. Unknown order.
  • HCDL-ngp-H004-03-0018_u.jpg

    Young Men of Fowlerville, Michigan at Floyd Smith's Birthday Party - 1892.

    Bottom Row, Left to Right: Elijah "Lige" Afleck, Loyal Curtis, Will Robinson, Harry Gale.
    Second Row: William Martin, Frank Cook, Floyd Smith, William Graham, Arthur Benjamin.
    Third Row: Perry Wickman (merchant), Claude Hamilton (merchant), J. Ashley Cooper (pharmacist), William Fisher, Ford Smith (dentist).
    Back Row: Ore Carr (dentist), Howard Force (doctor), Erwin P. Carr (jeweler), Bert Abbott, Claude Fisher.
  • HCDL-ngp-B002-02-0071_u.jpg

    This image was included on the 1st National Bank Calendar, 6-2002.

    Caption on calendar reads, "A young girl spends a lazy summer afternoon reading a magazine."   Pierce Arrow on back cover - 1912

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    unknown person
  • HCDL-gn-Teeple-N006_u.jpg

    This photograph was taken in front of Young and Pohly, Butcher and Blacksmith.  The building, built in 1885, was located on the east side of Michigan Avenue, near the intersection of Sibley Street.   On the left was a meat market, and on the right was a blacksmith's carriage, harness, and leather shop, as described in David Finney's book, "Images of America - Howell", 2013.   This area is now bank parking lot.

    The exact date and names of the persons in the photograph are unknown.
  • HCDL-ngp-S003-02-0080_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of the interior of a butcher shop, Young & Pohley's Meat Market, Howell, Michigan.  They were open during the 1890's and advertised being the premier meat supplier for Livingston County, Michigan.

    By 1898, it was E. F. Young & Sons Meat Market.  This market was located on the south side of the now Bank of Ann Arbor, 101 East Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan.

    This photograph shows the market prepared for the Christmas and New Year holidays.  The exact date and names of people in the photograph are unknown but it is believed to be from Christmas 1910.

    Read the Livingston Daily Press & Argus December 23, 2002 Article (In Library Use Only)

    This photograph was also included in the 1976 Howell Bicentennial History and Photographic Supplement.
  • HCDL-ngp-D003-02-0035_u.jpg

    This is a portrait of Yong Park, M.D., Surgeon, Howell, Michigan, 1981.
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