Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

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  • HCDL-gn-Teeple-N060A_u.jpg

    This is a photograph at the dedication of the Civil War or Solder's Monument, May 30, 1895, Howell, Michigan.  This monument is near the entrance to Lakeview Cemetery.  Members of the Grand Army Republic, the Women's Relief Corps, and the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War marched to the cemetery for the event.

    The keynote speaker was Hazen Pingree, Detroit's mayor and Michigan's future governor.
  • 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
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