Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

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  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0032_u.jpg

    Hugh McPherson was born in Scotland in 1864 and died in Pontiac, Michigan in 1945
  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0019_u.jpg

    This is a portrait of Robert L. Willett, President and Chief Executive Officer of First National Bank of Howell, Michigan.  Mr. Willett was the campaign drive chairman of the Howell Area Community Chest in 1973.
  • HCDL-ngp-W001-02-0002_u.jpg

    This image was included in the 1st National Bank calendar, 2/1995. 

    Captioned:  "In parade, Civil War Veterans marching through Howell in 1912.  The First State Savings & Bank, in the background, merged with First National Bank in 1946."

    View: facing south, on East Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan.

    Names of Veterans: unknown
  • HCDL-ngp-T004-03-0019_u.jpg

    Howell, Michigan
    Slayton Chrysler and Plymouth - 1928
    Looking east at cars parked on the west side of First National Bank, Howell, corner of Grand River Avenue and Michigan Avenue, known locally as the Main Four.
    Unknown people.
    Photo was part of Display, First National Bank, Michigan Ave., Howell
  • HCDL-ngp-S004-05-0007_u.jpg

    This is a photograph is looking from the First National Bank Building, South Michigan Avenue, Howell Michigan towards the Walnut Street  Methodist Church.  The church was on the southeast corner of South Walnut Street and East Sibley Street.

    The date of the photograph is unknown.
  • HCDL-ngp-S004-04-0025_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of the Drive Thru Branch of the First National Bank, Howell, Michigan,  1975.  This branch was located at the intersection of South Michigan Avenue and East Sibley Street.  In the background is the Walnut Street Methodist Church and the U.S. Post Office on South Walnut Street.
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  • HCDL-ngp-S004-02-0051_u.jpg

    Goodnow Jubb Building
    101 East Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan
    South east corner of Grand River Avenue/Michigan Avenue intersection, known locally as the Main Four.
    Year unknown.
    Later location of First National Bank in Howell.
  • HCDL-ngp-S004-02-0002_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of the Weimeister/Cleary Block, located on the south side of East Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan, 1906.

    Buildings include "Hausmeer Brothers, Fine Foods", "D. W. Goodnow" dry goods, and "First National Bank".
  • HCDL-ngp-S004-01-0044_u.jpg

    101-111 West Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan
    Year unknown, possibly 1910.
    View of the south west corner at the intersection of Grand River Ave. and Michigan Ave, known locally as the Main Four.
    101-111 W. Grand River Ave
    Signage:
    "This entire double front block to be reconstructed as the new home of Lines 5c to $5.00 Stores."
    "Closing out sale"

    Per The Howell Bicentennial History, page 234, "Closing of the Strobel Grocery to start the building of the new Line 10c store."

    Later home of D&C General Store, Mr. B's Restaurant, and Diamonds Steak and Seafood.
    First National Bank building
    Other buildings, traffic lights.
  • HCDL-ngp-S004-01-0004_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of south side of Grand River Avenue, 101 West Grand River Avenue, Howell Michigan, 1936.  It was home to the Line Dime Store.  Next to it was the First National Bank.

    Later other business occupied 101 West Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan including  Mr. B's, Rustic Tavern, then Diamonds.
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