Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

Howell Foundry and Machine Shop, Howell, Michigan

Item

HCDL-ngp-I001-02-0015_u.jpg

Title

Howell Foundry and Machine Shop, Howell, Michigan

Description

This is a photograph of a Plow made at the Howell Foundry and Machine Shop, 300 block of Grand RiverAvenue, Howell, Michigan. (West Grand River Avenue, west of Center Street).

The foundry was opened in 1865 by John Galloway and George L. Clark, and they manufactured box, cook, and parlor stoves, plows and all types of agricultural castings.

The foundry later burned down (~1900), and the property became the site of the Howell Carnegie District Library.

The date of this photograph is unknown.

View Livingston Republican May 14, 1891 Article (In Library Use Only)

Subject

Foundries

Format

image/jpeg

Type

Image

Rights Note

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Note

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Original Format

film negative

Collection

Citation

“Howell Foundry and Machine Shop, Howell, Michigan,” Howell Area Archives Digital Archive, accessed May 21, 2024, https://archives.howelllibrary.org/items/show/6916.
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