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Edward Payson Ferry
TitleEdward Payson Ferry
SubjectFerry, Edward Payson, 1837-1917
DescriptionEdward Ferry was the son of William Montague and Amanda White Ferry. He engaged in lumbering, acqui...
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Interview with Michigan Supreme Court Justice George Edwards
TitleInterview with Michigan Supreme Court Justice George Edwards
SubjectMichigan Supreme Court
DescriptionInterview conducted by Roger F. Lane for the Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society. Justice Edw...
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Hofma, Dr. Edward
TitleHofma, Dr. Edward
SubjectHofma, Edward, 1859-1936
DescriptionDr. Edward Hofma practiced in Spring Lake and Grand Haven. He was granted his request to join Walter...
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Edward S. Breitung
TitleEdward S. Breitung
Dateca. 1900
DescriptionPhotograph of Edward S. Breitung for whom the Breitung Mine and mining location (now Vulcan) and Bre...
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Will Succeed Mr. Sedgwick
TitleWill Succeed Mr. Sedgwick
DescriptionMr. John J. Connoly, assistant superintendent of motive power and machinery on the Fremont, Elkhorn ...
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TitleDon't like it at all
DescriptionThe duties of Mr. Edward V. Sedgwick, superintendent of motive power and machinery on the DSS&A have...
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As Mr. E. V. Sedgwick
TitleAs Mr. E. V. Sedgwick's departure
DescriptionMr. Edward V. Sedgwick's departure from the city is drawing near his many friends here are desiours ...
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Railroad rumors
TitleRailroad rumors
DescriptionA publication which evidently considers it the function of a newspaper to deal out sensations instea...
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Mr. Connolly assumed full control
TitleMr. Connolly assumed full control
DescriptionMr. Connolly assumed full control of the South Shore shops yesterday. Mr. Sedgwick's resignation ta...
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1904 Packard Model L with driver & passenger in front of Packard Motor Car Co.
Title1904 Packard Model L with driver & passenger in front of Packard Motor Car Co.
SubjectPackard automobile--History
Description8x10 black and white sepia-toned Packard Co. file photograph of a 1904 mud-spattered Packard Model L...
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