Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

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  • HCDL-ngp-F002-05-0003_u.jpg

    This photograph was labeled "Ken Peckens Homestead".  Peckens was an early settler in Cohoctah Township, Livingston, Michigan.

    The date  and names of those in the photograph are unknown.
  • Background (left to right): Diane Hall, Richard Hall, Miriam Hall, Lisa Sandling. Foreground (left to right): Milton Sandling (sitting), Dawn Hameister, Bob Hameister, 2 Sandling children.

    Pictures of the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Hiram and Grace (Grieve) Smith, June 1965 in backyard at 824 W. Grand River, Howell, Michigan. View current location.

    Hiram Smith was a Probate Judge in Livingston County, Michigan.
  • HCDL-ngp-D004-01-0081_u.jpg

    This photograph is of the southside of the 1400 block of West Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan, and was taken as part of documentation for the R/UDAT Study, 1984.  In view is the Livingston Intermediate School District Building at 1403 West Grand River Avenue. 

    In 1983, the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce applied for a R/UDAT (Regional/Urban Design Assistance Team) study, an American Institute of Architects program that brought a team of professionals to the city for a four-day period to study Howell's downtown, its ability to compete for regional shopping, and to make recommendations for improvements to re-vitalize the city.  The team, in 1984, during the study took photographs, interviewed people, held forums, and in the end provided an outline of strategies.

    American Institute of Architects Regional/Urban Design Assistance Team
  • HCDL-ngp-A004-02-0091_u.jpg

    A portrait of Grace Grieve Smith, 1965.

    Grace Smith was the wife of Livingston County, Michigan Probate Judge, Hiram R. Smith.

    Grace Grieve was born in Stockbridge, Ingham, Michigan in 1894, and she died in Howell, Livingston, Michigan in 1984.  She married Hiram R. Smith in 1915.

    Grace was a school teacher and taught several years in Roscommon County, Michigan.
  • HCDL-ngp-P008-01-0055_u.jpg

    This photograph is of four Michigan State Legislators from Livingston County, Michigan.  Left to right: A.A. Hall, James B. Taziman, David E. Heinemann, and G.T. Mason.

    The exact date of this photograph is unknown.
  • HCDL-BrightonTwp-S30-05_m.pdf

    Names Mentioned

    Brighton State Bank,F Hyne,R Newcomb\,Lebert Bird,Ben Crippen,Georgia Crippen
  • HCDL-ngp-P008-01-0054_u.jpg

    This is a portrait of Amos E. Steele who was elected to the Michigan Legislature in 1839.  He represented a district that was composed of Livingston and Ingham counties.

    Amos E. Steele was born in 1806 and died in 1878.

    The date of this photograph is unknown.
  • 1875 Atlas of Livingston County, Michigan : from recent and actual surveys and records under the superintendence of F.W. Beers.
  • HCDL-gn-056_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of a baby in a carriage on a boardwalk, possibly in Pinckney, Michigan. A church is in the background. This was labeled, "Norma Zufer?".
  • HCDL-ngp-S002-11-0002_u.jpg
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