Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

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  • HCDL-gn-Teeple-N067_u.jpg

    This is a photograph taken at the Democratic Rally and Pole Raising at Cohoctah, Michigan, October 22, 1922; it was included in the "Howell Bicentennial History Book: Photographic Supplement, 1992" pp. 226-7. The mules bore a sign, "Happy Days are Roosevelt Ways".

    The persons are, right to left, Herbert Cook, owner of the mules; child of Mr. Cook; Wally W. Knapp, driver, candidate for State Senator; Ed White, Deputy Sheriff; Claude E. Cady, candidate for Representative in Congress; Guy B. Hosley, local chairman; Edward B. Milett, candidate Register of Deeds; Alfred Pfau, County Chairman; Frank G. Knight, candidate, Supt. of the Poor; T. Henry Howlett, candidate Representative in Legislature; Oscar Schoenhals, candidate Judge of Probate; Henry D. Finley, candidate Sheriff; George H. Allen, candidate Supt. of the Poor; and Major I. Bravener, candidate County Clerk.
  • HCDL-gn-Teeple-N037_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of the interior of the N.E. Miner and Sons General Store, Cohoctah, Michigan.  It was included in the 1976 Howell Bicentennial History Book.  The store owner, Norris E. Miner, is on the right, and to the left is long time clerk, George Killin.  The store also housed the Cohoctah Post Office for many years.  Rolland Miner was postmaster from 1919 to 1950.  In 1944, the store was sold, and the post office moved across the street to what was known as the bank building.
  • Grand River Avenue, south side, signs: First National Bank, Family Restaurant Fountain Services

    These are a series of photographs of the World War I Victory Parade, Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan.  Floats representing various townships in the county of Livingston were represented.
  • HCDL-gn-Teeple-05_u.jpg

    This photograph was taken in front of the George A. Wood and Company, Dry Goods Store, Oak Grove, Cohoctah, Michigan.  The names of the persons and date are unknown.

    There is signage for Howell Laundry also.

    View 1903 Letter from Geo. A Wood   (in library use only)
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