This is an aerial photograph of Howell Michigan; the year is unknown. The photo is looking north and in view is East Grand River Avenue, and the Ann Arbor Railroad Tracks as they curve to the west; Thompson Lake is in the background.
This is an aerial photograph of Howell, Michigan, taken to the west of Page Field, looking south. In view, is the Ann Arbor Railroad Track, Purdy and Woodruff Lumberyard next to the tracks, a baseball field that was formerly present just north of the railroad tracks, and the streets in view include Barnard, running north/south; East Clinton Street, running east/west, and East Grand River Avenue. The old St. Joseph Catholic Church which stood at the intersection of Grand River Avenue and Fowler Street is gone and is replaced by a grocery store, Wrigley which opened in 1963 or Sefa's which came later. Fowler Street runs north/south is noted. There are people on the baseball field.
This is a photograph developed from a glass negative of a grain elevator next to railroad tracks. The lettering says, "C.H. & D.R.R." which was the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad which was a company operating out of Ohio. The location was Byron Michigan but the date of this photograph is unknown.
On May 1, 1863, the CH&DRR leased the Dayton and Michigan Railroad in perpetuity. In 1891, it acquired the Cincinnati, Dayton and Chicago Railroad, while in March of that year it added the Cincinnati, Dayton and Ironton Railroad.