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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-bd-WWII-Through-the-Lens-of-Duane-Zemper_m.jpg

    PBS Emmy winning program WFUM TV Flint, Michigan produced by Donna Ryen Remembering with the Howell Area Archives (HCDL-bd-WWII-Through-the-Lens-of-Duane-Zemper_m.mp4)

    Persons, Places, Items mentioned/or in view
    • Duane Zemper
    • Howell Area Archives
    • Howell Carnegie Library
    • Howell Michigan
    • Photographer
    • Milt Charboneau
    • Joyce Fisher
    • Air Force Photographer
    • Yale University
    • aerial photography
    • Denver Colorado
    • 457th Bomb Group
    • Baltic Sea
    • bombardiers
    • scrap drives
    • Livington County Courthouse
    • Livingston County Road Commission
    • Mayor Eric Reiner
    • civil war cannon
    • firehouse bell
    • flyboys
    • flak
    • Tillie Zemper
    • Zemper children
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  • HCDL-bd-Saluting-our-Veterans-Veterans-Day-2020_m.jpg

    Each year we honor our Veterans around Veterans Day with a Livingston County, Michigan connection, their portraits are displayed in the Howell Carnegie District Library, Howell, Michigan. For those who cannot visit locally, it is our pleasure to honor them here. (HCDL-bd-Saluting-our-Veterans-Veterans-Day-2020_m)

    Names of Veterans: in order of appearance
    • Jason Adams
    • Paul Allen
    • Edward Anderson
    • George Andrews
    • Dave Arnold
    • Dave Arnold
    • William Atchison
    • Chuck Bain
    • Duane Baldwin
    • Don Banfield
    • Lane Barton
    • Ronald Barnett
    • Gerald Battle
    • Richard and George Beard
    • David Beck
    • Merlin "Butch" Beck
    • Earl Beden
    • Jim Bennett
    • Robert Bennett
    • Ralph Benson
    • Bob Bezotte
    • Arden Bigham
    • Wayne Blanchard
    • Renzo Blevins
    • Robert Blevins
    • Basil Bloss
    • Richard Brinker
    • George Brock
    • Ron "Pup" Brooks
    • Duane Brown
    • Steve Buchanan
    • Justin Buckner
    • Harold Burgdolf
    • Don Burgett
    • Frederick Bykerk
    • Harold Glenn Carrow Jr.
    • Bob Carusi
    • Charles Cash
    • Darrell Cash
    • James Cash
    • John Cash
    • Robert Cash
    • Dennis Castelnuov
    • Donald Casterline
    • Benjamin Castigione
    • Joe Castigione
    • Richard M Cavagnol
    • Gary Chapel
    • Milt Charboneau
    • Helen Chiesa
    • Kelly Chodkowski Simon
    • David Edward Circele
    • Walter Clark
    • John Clay
    • Louis Cole Sr.
    • Maurice Coles
    • Maurice A. Coles
    • Margaret Collins
    • Anne Marie Columbo
    • Stanley Cook
    • William Cooper
    • George Cornell
    • Joshua Cornell
    • Randall Crawford
    • Jeffrey Cunningham
    • Irene Damasco
    • Domingo Damasco
    • Phillip D'Annunzio
    • Daniel M. Davenport
    • Dave Davenport
    • Elwyn Davenport
    • Harry Davenport
    • Donald Davidson
    • Robert Davidson
    • Donald W. Davis
    • Glen C. Davis
    • Joseph E. Davis
    • Robert D. Davis
    • Roger Deaton
    • Sara Dee Smith
    • David Dee
    • Maurice "Moe" Delisle
    • Russ Driver
    • Tim Droste
    • Mike "Mickey" Dudonis
    • John Dunlap
    • Michael Dunn
    • Ed Dussori
    • Donald Edmonds
    • Bill Edmonds
    • Jeff Edmonds
    • Randy Edmonds
    • Ron Edmonds
    • Suzanne Edmonds
    • Tim Edmonds
    • Robert Ellis
    • Andrew Emerson
    • Clayton C. Fenton, Jr.
    • James Fergus
    • David Finney
    • Benjamin Finney
    • Harvey Fisher
    • Dennis Flynn
    • Richard Gary Ford
    • Lisa Franz
    • Terran Frye 
    • Ed Garduski
    • Williard Gay
    • David G. Gerecke
    • Brian Gerondale
    • Mel Gillett
    • Brian Gillette
    • Thomas Grabowski
    • Charles Graessle
    • Sam Green
    • Chauncey Grimes
    • Jim Grimes
    • Larry Gulick
    • Dorris Grey Gunter
    • Ed Gusweiler
    • Craig Hacker
    • Howard Hacker
    • Rick Hahn
    • Paul Hanner
    • Don Hall
    • J.C. Haller
    • Jole Hardesty
    • Spencer Hardy
    • Dale Harter
    • Dale Hartwick
    • Henry Nelms
    • Eloise Hemler
    • Lyle Herbst
    • Vern, Ted, Burt, Ron Herrst
    • Larry Herzinger
    • Susan Herzinger
    • Donald "Pop Pop" Hevalow
    • Don Hewlett
    • Paul Hildreth
    • Bruce and Byron Hoadley
    • Wilfred Hosely (Hosley)
    • Gerald Hoskins
    • Robert Hosley
    • Keith Huck
    • Brian Huff
    • Leslie Ingersoll
    • Edwin C. Jackson
    • Paul F. Jameson
    • Gerry Jenkins
    • Caleb Jenkins
    • John Lewis Kiser
    • Mildred Knapp
    • Thomas Knapp
    • Gergory Koenig
    • Jeffrey Koenig, Jr.
    • Jeffrey Koenig, Sr.
    • John Kopylowski
    • Fred Koski
    • John Kristo
    • Ted Kuderko
    • Ward Kuhlman
    • Carmen Kypke
    • Rod Laity
    • Elton J. Lambert
    • Coulter Maimsjo Lamoreaux
    • Joseph Lamoreaux
    • Matthew Lamoreaux
    • Richard Lamoreaux
    • James LaPrise
    • George Lash
    • John C. Latson
    • Jeff Lawrence
    • Larry Lawrence
    • Julie Ervin Liotta
    • Bradley Lott
    • Madeline Lucas
    • Ray Maher
    • Doug Maleitzke
    • Scott Mannor
    • Kenneth Marr
    • Sean Martin
    • Jordan Matheny
    • Steven Matheny
    • John and Paul Mato
    • John Herchel McBee
    • Dennis McCarthy
    • Alan McCollum
    • Cody T. McDonald
    • Michael McDonald
    • Donald McGill
    • John J. McGinley
    • Michael McNally
    • Donald Miller
    • Glen Miller
    • Jack Minock
    • Joseph Mira
    • Larry Monce
    • Garry Moorman
    • Art Munsell
    • Donald Murray
    • John Murray
    • Leroy Murray
    • Wilfred Myers
    • Charles Nalley
    • Brent Nauss
    • Art Neff
    • Henry Nelms
    • Burton "Bud" Newberry
    • Kenneth Newell
    • Kenneth Niblock
    • Warren Niblock
    • Howard Nichols
    • J.F. O'Connor
    • Gil O'Doherty
    • Eric Oshier
    • Hannah Oshier
    • LaVerne Ott
    • Christopher Parent
    • T. Gilbert Parker
    • Jack Pearce
    • Kathleen Pearson Lehman
    • Richard Peckens
    • Aaron Peterson IV
    • Dale Peterson
    • Frank Peterson
    • Norman Pettibone
    • Robert Pettibone
    • Robert Polack
    • Nick Proctor
    • Raymond Rayl
    • Aaron Regner
    • Kenneth Reinhart
    • Jeff Rhodes
    • Kenneth Ricardin
    • Richard Robinson
    • Ed Roech
    • Rusty Russell
    • James Rutherford
    • Don Sackman
    • Jimmy Salisbury
    • Milton Sandling
    • Mike Severs
    • Willliam Sheeks
    • Don B. Shoemaker
    • Richard Slayton
    • Janet Smith
    • Floyd Spencer
    • Thomas Stachowiak
    • Duane Starkey
    • John Steinberger
    • Margaret Stotler
    • Ronald Stotler
    • Richard F. Strong
    • Larry Sturhberg
    • Frank Sutton
    • Doug Swann
    • Sigmund Joseph Szymanski
    • David Teggerdine
    • David, Donald and Wayne Teggerdine
    • Alfred Thomas
    • Dale S. Trombley
    • Tom Truesdell
    • Melissa Tschohl
    • Peter Van Winkle
    • Van Coutren Family
    • Carl Van Keuren
    • Kenneth Verfaillie
    • Stanley Vines
    • Ed Vitez
    • Edward J. Walker
    • Albert Washburn
    • Dave Wellman
    • Steve Westphal
    • Gordon Willett
    • Thomas Willett
    • Brian Williams
    • Elton Williams
    • Jody Williams
    • Steve Williams
    • Benjamin Winegar
    • Kathleen Winegar
    • Bob Wines
    • Gerald F. Witt
    • Ronald E. Witt
    • Patrick Wright
    • Donald Yax
    • Todd York
    • Richard Yost 
    • James Young
    • Duane Zemper
    • Steve Zemper
    • Lawrence Zizka
  • HCDL-ngp-W001-10-0001_u.jpg

    This is a portrait of Chester Clark, World War II, Howell, Michigan, 1944.  Member of 41st Infantry. He was born February 3, 1918 and died August 2, 1996.
  • HCDL-ngp-W001-07-0004_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of the War Memorial, located on the southwest corner of the Livingston County Court House grounds.

    The date  and the names of the persons in the photograph are unknown.
  • Left to Right: Mayor Berthold Woodhams and Merland Porter

    Mayor Berthold Woodhams was the first purchaser of a bond in the Fourth War Loan in the city. The sale was made by Merland Porter, Howell, Michigan, city chairman for he drive.

    Read more articles about the 4th War Loan.
  • HCDL-ngp-W001-03-0035_u.jpg

    A  photograph labeled WWI Draft Parade.
    Location: Grand River Avenue, Howell, Livingston, Michigan.  Looking west,
    Unknown participants

    The Draft Board of Livingston County called to Howell and sent away to the service about 460 men (“Honor Roll of Livingston County 1917-1918”) during World War I.  Most of these men were sent to Camp Custer in Battle Creek.   The first quota of approximately forty men was sent to Camp Custer mid September 1917.   On the home front in Livingston County, each group of draftees had a send off parade in Howell, Livingston, Michigan.

     The Livingston Republican provided the details of these parades which were similar in participants, attendees, and onlookers.  The first parade took place on September 27, 1917.  The parades usually had three bands, the Howell City Band, Ayre’s Martial Band, and the Conway Cornet Band, a contingent of G.A.R. veterans, pupils from Howell city schools, local businessmen, automobiles, and members of the Knights Templar post.  In 1918, the Red Cross Ladies joined the parade.  The purpose of the parades was to show support for the draftees and the U.S. effort in the war. 

    The World War I Draft Parade usually formed in North Division Street, marched north to Higgins Street, east to Court Street, south to Grand River Avenue, west to Chestnut St., then countermarched on Grand River Avenue to Division Street, turning south to Brooks Street, east to Fleming Street, then south to the Pere Marquette station. There appears to have been at least five parades, as documented in newspapers.com.  The Parades took place in the morning as the Draftees needed to arrive for a 8:57AM departure from the station for Lansing and Fort Custer in Battle Creek. 

    The Photographs featured are labeled World War I Draft Parade.  

  • HCDL-ngp-W001-03-0034_u.jpg

    A photograph labeled WWI Draft parade, Howell, Livingston, Michigan.
    Location: Grand River Avenue, Howell, Michigan.
    Partipants: unknown

    The Draft Board of Livingston County called to Howell and sent away to the service about 460 men (“Honor Roll of Livingston County 1917-1918”) during World War I.  Most of these men were sent to Camp Custer in Battle Creek.   The first quota of approximately forty men was sent to Camp Custer mid September 1917.   On the home front in Livingston County, each group of draftees had a send off parade in Howell, Livingston, Michigan.

     The Livingston Republican provided the details of these parades which were similar in participants, attendees, and onlookers.  The first parade took place on September 27, 1917.  The parades usually had three bands, the Howell City Band, Ayre’s Martial Band, and the Conway Cornet Band, a contingent of G.A.R. veterans, pupils from Howell city schools, local businessmen, automobiles, and members of the Knights Templar post.  In 1918, the Red Cross Ladies joined the parade.  The purpose of the parades was to show support for the draftees and the U.S. effort in the war. 

    The World War I Draft Parade usually formed in North Division Street, marched north to Higgins Street, east to Court Street, south to Grand River Avenue, west to Chestnut St., then countermarched on Grand River Avenue to Division Street, turning south to Brooks Street, east to Fleming Street, then south to the Pere Marquette station. There appears to have been at least five parades, as documented in newspapers.com.  The Parades took place in the morning as the Draftees needed to arrive for a 8:57AM departure from the station for Lansing and Fort Custer in Battle Creek. 

    The Photographs featured are labeled World War I Draft Parade.  

  • HCDL-ngp-W001-03-0033_u.jpg

    This is a photograph labeled WWI Draft Parade, Howell, Livingston, Michigan.
    Participants: unknown

    The Draft Board of Livingston County called to Howell and sent away to the service about 460 men (“Honor Roll of Livingston County 1917-1918”) during World War I.  Most of these men were sent to Camp Custer in Battle Creek.   The first quota of approximately forty men was sent to Camp Custer mid September 1917.   On the home front in Livingston County, each group of draftees had a send off parade in Howell, Livingston, Michigan.

     The Livingston Republican provided the details of these parades which were similar in participants, attendees, and onlookers.  The first parade took place on September 27, 1917.  The parades usually had three bands, the Howell City Band, Ayre’s Martial Band, and the Conway Cornet Band, a contingent of G.A.R. veterans, pupils from Howell city schools, local businessmen, automobiles, and members of the Knights Templar post.  In 1918, the Red Cross Ladies joined the parade.  The purpose of the parades was to show support for the draftees and the U.S. effort in the war. 

    The World War I Draft Parade usually formed in North Division Street, marched north to Higgins Street, east to Court Street, south to Grand River Avenue, west to Chestnut St., then countermarched on Grand River Avenue to Division Street, turning south to Brooks Street, east to Fleming Street, then south to the Pere Marquette station. There appears to have been at least five parades, as documented in newspapers.com.  The Parades took place in the morning as the Draftees needed to arrive for a 8:57AM departure from the station for Lansing and Fort Custer in Battle Creek. 

    The Photographs featured are labeled World War I Draft Parade.  

  • HCDL-ngp-W001-03-0032_u.jpg

    This is a photograph labeled World War I Draft Parade, showing the Knights' Templars.
    Location: Howell, Livingston, Michigan
    Participants: unknown.

    The Draft Board of Livingston County called to Howell and sent away to the service about 460 men (“Honor Roll of Livingston County 1917-1918”) during World War I.  Most of these men were sent to Camp Custer in Battle Creek.   The first quota of approximately forty men was sent to Camp Custer mid September 1917.   On the home front in Livingston County, each group of draftees had a send off parade in Howell, Livingston, Michigan.

     The Livingston Republican provided the details of these parades which were similar in participants, attendees, and onlookers.  The first parade took place on September 27, 1917.  The parades usually had three bands, the Howell City Band, Ayre’s Martial Band, and the Conway Cornet Band, a contingent of G.A.R. veterans, pupils from Howell city schools, local businessmen, automobiles, and members of the Knights Templar post.  In 1918, the Red Cross Ladies joined the parade.  The purpose of the parades was to show support for the draftees and the U.S. effort in the war. 

    The World War I Draft Parade usually formed in North Division Street, marched north to Higgins Street, east to Court Street, south to Grand River Avenue, west to Chestnut St., then countermarched on Grand River Avenue to Division Street, turning south to Brooks Street, east to Fleming Street, then south to the Pere Marquette station. There appears to have been at least five parades, as documented in newspapers.com.  The Parades took place in the morning as the Draftees needed to arrive for a 8:57AM departure from the station for Lansing and Fort Custer in Battle Creek. 

    The Photographs featured are labeled World War I Draft Parade.  

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