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Petoskey Stone on Lake Michigan Shore by ER Post. A Petoskey stone is a rock that is composed of a fossilized coral, Hexagonaria percarinata. I love trying to find these! Rocks And Gems, Rocks And Minerals, Lac Michigan, Petoskey Michigan, Michigan Travel, Northern Michigan, Michigan Usa, Holly Michigan, Michigan Vacations

Petoskey Stone on Lake Michigan Shore

A Petoskey stone is a rock that is composed of a fossilized coral, Hexagonaria percarinata. Benzie County Michigan

Keep Calm Collection - Michigan Home Poster Print (www. Michigan Travel, State Of Michigan, Detroit Michigan, Northern Michigan, Lake Michigan, Michigan Facts, Detroit Zoo, Michigan Accent, The Mitten State

Michigan Home Poster Print

This poster is printed on high quality paper and features oustanding color and a high level of detail. Printed in the USA and suitable for framing. Poster Size: 12" x 18" 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Secure, Fast Shipping

The Ground Round Restaurant. Back in the day, they played cartoons on the wall and we threw our peanut shells on the floor. Ground Round Restaurant, The Ground Round, Vintage Restaurant, Vintage Diner, Vintage Stuff, I Remember When, Ol Days, My Childhood Memories, My Memory

Forgotten Buffalo featuring Historical Photos of Western New York

Forgotten landmarks, historic gin mills, and Old World Neighborhoods. Featuring a look at Buffalo's Polonia: St. Stanislaus B.M. Church, Broadway/Fillmore, The Broadway Market, The Buffalo Central Terminal. Tributes to Commander Tom Jolls and Rocketship 7. Information and pictures on Buffalo's DL&W Terminal (Lackawanna Railroad), Future site of Buffalo casino.

A 1957 McDonald's drive-in and its neon sign though not the Roseville McDonald's. The original Snelling Avenue McDonald's had its sign in the front of the restaurant, not to the side. Photo courtesy of the McDonald's Corporation. Drive In, Food Drive, Mcdonald's Restaurant, Vintage Restaurant, Classic Restaurant, Barbecue Restaurant, Burger Bar, 1950s, Movie Posters

McDonald's 1958

The business began in 1940, with a restaurant opened by brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald in San Bernardino, California. Their introduction of the "Speedee Service System" in 1948 established the principles of the modern fast-food restaurant.

Blizzard of Boston, Massachusetts. I stood on the roof of my sister's car and was still up to my knees in snow. Rhode Island History, The Buckeye State, Boston Strong, Fall River, Winter Scenes, Natural Disasters, Back In The Day, Historical Photos, Old Photos

Blizzard Of ’78 Anniversary: 35 Years Later

You say the words "Blizzard of 78" anywhere in Massachusetts, and even 35 years later, you hear the stories.

Stanley Kresge met Dorothy in Bay View, Michigan Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Flint Michigan, Detroit Michigan, Detroit Area, Metro Detroit, Detroit History, Bay City

K-Mart Gift Card

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From the archives: Winter in black and white

Photographers from The News-Gazette capture beauty in winter in black-and-white images.

The blizzard of 1978 is still the storm by which all others are measured. This section was in Massachusetts. Newark Ohio, Akron Ohio, Detroit Michigan, Cleveland Ohio, Columbus Ohio, Cincinnati, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Worcester Massachusetts

Viewer photos of Blizzard Of '78

The blizzard of 1978 is still the storm by which all others are measured.

Detroit: Vernors Ginger Ale was first made at this pharmacy at the corner of Woodward and Clifford by James Vernor. Flint Michigan, State Of Michigan, Detroit Michigan, Detroit Downtown, Detroit History, Detroit Area, Michigan Travel, Great Lakes, Motown

Vernor's Ginger Ale - 1866

1866 - James Vernor, former employee of Higby and Sterns' Drug Store, opened pharmacy at 235 Woodward in Detroit (above); opened barrel of 4-year-old ginger ale extract; aging had mellowed taste to perfection; created Vernor’s Ginger Ale; sold bottling franchises; 1896 - closed drugstore, concentrated on ginger ale business; August 15, 1911 - registered "Vernor's" trademark first used January 1, 1880; 1966 - acquired by investor group; 1971 - acquired by American Consumer Products; 1979…

Share Your Blizzard of Experience - North Andover, MA Patch Youngstown Ohio, Akron Ohio, Cleveland Ohio, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Winter Szenen, Winter Storm, Snow Scenes, Winter Wonder

Share Your Blizzard of '78 Experience

Even 35 years later, that historic storm still looms in memory for many.

The headstone of General George Armstrong Custer at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument (photo) Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, American Indian Wars, Native American Indians, American History, Civil War Heroes, George Custer, Battle Of Little Bighorn

Bridgeman Images

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The French Canadians of Michigan: Their Contribution to the Development of the Saginaw Valley and the Keweenaw Peninsula, (Great Lakes Books Series) Native Canadian, Canadian History, American History, Quebec French, Monroe Michigan, Saginaw Valley, Keweenaw Peninsula, Wayne State University, Detroit History

The French Canadians of Michigan ebook by Jean Lamarre - Rakuten Kobo

Read "The French Canadians of Michigan Their Contribution to the Development of the Saginaw Valley and the Keweenaw Peninsula, 1840-1914" by Jean Lamarre available from Rakuten Kobo. Most information regarding the French Canadians in Michigan concerns those who settled during the French period. However...

Monroe's Original Hot Dogs & Root Beer in Monroe, Michigan Monroe Michigan, Spring Arbor, Grass Lake, Coney Dog, The Mitten State, Lake Garden, Hot Dog Stand, Dog Shop, Metro Detroit

The Awesome Mitten - Monroe's Original Hot Dog Drive-In

Monroe's Original Hot Dog Drive-In first started as an A&W Restaurant more than 75 years ago