Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

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  • HCDL-bd-The-Cash-Boys-World-War-II_m.jpg

    Honoring the service of the Cash Boys - Robert, Charles, John and James. Music "Long Ago" performed by The Chenille Sisters Ann Arbor, Michigan. (HCDL-bd-The-Cash-Boys-World-War-II_m.mp4). 

    Names mentioned.
    • Sons of Charles Cash
    • Sgt. Robert Mitford Cash
    • James H. Cash, 5th Army, 261st Antiaircraft Artillary Ordiance
    • 2nd Lt. John L. Cash
    • Charles B Cash, Jr. Army Air Corps Flight Officer
    • Don Cash
    • Floyd Cash
    • 85th Flight Squadron, Flying Skullman
  • HCDL-ngp-W001-02-0001_u.jpg

    Civil War Soldiers from 22nd Michigan Infantry, Company C on Lookout Mountain

    Back Row Left to Right: John Carson, William Elliott, John Papineau, John Richard, John Elliott, John Atkinson (Captain) William Atkinson (Lieutenant)
    Front Row: Charles Ready, John Brian, Peter O'Sullivan, James Roundtree, Richard Levere, Michael Austin, Robert Bellaw, William Gardner, Tomas Homes?
  • HCDL-ngp-O001-21-0041_u.jpg

    These photographs are of Dr. Francis B. Lambie who was the Grand Master of the Michigan Masonic Lodge in the 1930's.

    The exact date, location and names of the other people are unknown.   Dr. Lambie of Midland attended many F. & A.M. lodge events in Livingston County while he was Grand Master.

    View Livingston County Press January 26, 1938 Article about Dr. Lambie  (in library use only)
  • HCDL-ngp-D002-01-0003_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of the emblem of the Michigan Society of Registered Land Surveyors, Southeast Michigan, 1954.
  • HCDL-ngp-B002-02-0101_u.jpg

    This image was included in the 2000 / April 1st National Bank Calendar; it was titled Boardman Store.

    Captioned, it says, "An entrepreneurial salesperson makes his living by going door-to-door to sell household items, circa 1905."

    Unknown location

    Unknown person

    The "Wolvervine Soaps Company" and the "Turkish Remedy Company" was based in Portland, Michigan.  It was owned and operated by William Terriff, who died in Flint in 1913.
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