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NINETEENTH CENTURY PIONEERS
  • Sands McCamly, pioneer and founder
  • Jonathan Guernsey, pioneer and city founder
  • Sands McCamly, pioneer and city founder
  • Alonzo Noble, pioneer; built first flour mill
  • Wm H. Coleman, pioneer; first established merchant
  • Tolman Hall, pioneer; established first bank with Sands McCamly
  • Moses Hall, pioneer
  • Moses Hall
  • Mrs. A.M. Phillips, "Queen of the Long Bow"
  • John Nichols
  • John Nichols
  • John Nichols
  • A.M. Minty
  • Edwin Nichols
  • Edward C. Hinman
  • B. Frank Hinman, born 1811- died 1889
  • B. Frank Hinman, born 1811- died 1889
  • Thomas B. Skinner
  • Charles Edward Bartlett
  • Frances Titus, Sojourner Truth's friend & travelling companion
  • Sojourner Truth, former slave and women's rights advocate; buried Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Sojourner Truth (1797-1883); buried Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Photo of painting of Sojourner Truth & President Lincoln meeting, October 1864, by K.C. Courter
  • Diana Corbin, daughter of Sojourner Truth
  • Ellen White, founder Seventh-Day Adventist Church
  • Harriet Tubman (circa1820-1913), "conductor" on The Underground Railroad
  • CW Post, founder of Post Cereal Company (postcard)
  • Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Ellen G. White
  • Possibly James Green, born 1840, superintendent of Advance Thresher Company
  • George Willard
  • Charles Willard
  • Mrs. Thomas Baldwin, wife of pastor, First Baptist Church, 1881
  • Reverand Thomas Baldwin, pastor, First Baptist Church, 1881
  • LaVerne Fonda, member Fire Department 1894-1903
  • B.C. ministers, circa 1900 (identified on photo)
  • CW Post, founder Postum Cereal Company (postcard)
  • Marjorie Merriweather Post, daughter of C.W. Post, circa 1890
  • H.B. Denman, Battle Creek pioneer
  • George Andrus, Battle Creek pioneer
  • Joseph M. Ward, Battle Creek pioneer
  • W.P. Weeks, Fire Chief
  • Will Larkin and one of his Pilot Medium colts
  • Nellie Stringham Merritt, 1884
  • Herbert Winslow, 1884
  • Erastus Potter, 1884
  • Charlie Fletcher, age 92; born in Marshall 1845
  • Two local actors of the 1870's-80's: Frank Perry; J.M. Fairchilds
  • Vera LaQuary Shovert, 1885
  • Fannie Reynolds, 1895
  • Frank Perry as "Topay" in a minstrel show, 1876
  • John Phillip Sousa conducting a concert in McCamly Park
  • Walter W. Woolnough
  • Autographed photo of Theodore Martin, May 22, 1883
  • Simeon S. French
  • Horace Parker and son Frank Parker, furriers 
  • Henry T. Hinman, leading merchant in B.C. during late 1800's
  • Frank H. Latta, erected Latta Block 1876-77; postmaster in 1900
  • E.A. Marsh, patented the Marsh Steam Pump in 1884
  • Fredrick Denman, bird hunter
  • Officer John W. "Pat" Patterson
  • Officer John W. "Pat" Patterson
  • Officer John W. "Pat" Patterson
  • Frank H. Latta
  • Bert Crandall, youngest son of Andrew Crandall
  • Charles Merritt
  • Edward Packer
  • Charles Barnes, editor
  • H.D. Covert (?)
  • Louis F. Werstein
  • Leopold Werstein
  • E.M. McConnell
  • George W. Hamm
  • William H. Hamilton
  • Arthur J. Kroft
  • Clayton D. Lee
  • Samuel W. McCrea
  • A.G. Calder
  • Charles F. Bock
  • J.E. Strong
  • Carl Goff
  • A. Morton Slay
  • H.R. Williams
  • William H. Mason
  • A.E. Blanck
  • J.M. Hatch
  • Martin E. Brown
  • Edward Austin
  • William G. Coburn
  • William Brooks
  • William A. Lane
  • David Shepard
  • Guy Fisk
  • Enoch Gregory
  • J. Leonard Foster
  • J.O. Galloup
  • George J. Groll
  • David J. Downs
  • I.W. Griffin
  • B. Frank Hinman
  • L.W. Macomber
  • Eugene Griffin
  • Clement M. Smith
  • A.C. Fellows
  • E.L. North
  • W.H. Kynett
  • Richard B. Merritt
  • Edward Lox
  • George Wakefield
  • George H. Williams
  • Fred H. Webb, Assistant Fire Chief
  • Charles M. Leon
  • A.F. Bock
  • H. Howard Daskam
  • Fred H. Lyman
  • Peter Hoffmaster
  • Ellis R. Smith
  • Josiah W. Freeman
  • F.P. Pittman
  • E.A. Sutherland
  • A.J. Little
  • Zeno Gould
  • Jeremiah Brown
  • Joseph Buckle
  • Morgan M. Lewis
  • Nelson A. Beardsley
  • Louise Sweet
  • Alice Harris Ward
  • Herbert Morey
  • Carrie Cronk
  • Fannie Green
  • Grace Howell
  • Isea Amberg (Arnberg?)
  • Blanche Briggs
  • Rhoda Evans Chipman
  • May Preston McCamly, 1884
  • Hattie Johnson Morgan, 1884
  • Carrie Pennfield, 1884
  • Winnie Robinson, 1884
  • Eva Schmidt
  • Louise Slater, 1884
  • Ella Currans
  • F. Peters
  • A. Cottrell
  • F. Jordan
  • H. Frey
  • Mrs. H. Lurvey
  • Nellie Crowell (?)
  • Curley Adams, son of Marcus Adams, pioneer blacksmith
  • David Roberts, pioneer from New York; died 1866
  • Emiline Shepard at melodeon in front yard of Shepard home
  • Charles Waring, pioneer, blacksmith
  • Walter Clark, sportsman, 1895
  • Photos of J.H. Mykins, G. Gerould, G.S. Barnes, O.B. Frisbie, 1895
  • Platt Weeks, well-known fireman, 1895
  • S.S. Hulbert, lawyer, 1895
  • Dr. T.H. Briggs, physician, 1895
  • Henry Hall, first white child born in B.C. (1895 photo)
  • Henry Willis, pioneer, railroad man, industrialist
  • Dr. Simeon S. French, pioneer doctor, army surgeon
  • Charles F. Bock, hardware businessman
  • Marshall N. Cobb, musician, conductor
  • Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Noble (Rhoda Murray), pioneers
  • J.L. Cox, pioneer, printer and newspaperman
  • A.T. Metcalf, pioneer, dentist, (mayor 1897)
  • H.A. Bromberg
  • Elbert V. Hunt
  • Mary Squier as "Marmee" in "Little Women"
  • Anna Sterling Scott, mother of Helen Scott, 1888
  • W.W. Wheelock (Landon family)

  • THE KELLOGGS

  • John Preston Kellogg, father of John Harvey and W.K. (Will Keith)
  • WK Kellogg at work
  • Ella Eaton Kellogg, dietitian and wife of Dr. JH Kellogg
  • Ella Eaton Kellogg, dietitian and wife of Dr. JH Kellogg
  • Ella Eaton Kellogg, dietitian and wife of Dr. JH Kellogg
  • Dr. JH Kellogg (born 1852), circa 1900
  • Dr. JH Kellogg (circa1880)
  • Dr. JH Kellogg
  • Dr. JH Kellogg (postcard)
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. JH Kellogg at the Florida "San"
  • Dr. JH Kellogg, Dr. Nettie Knapp, and adopted daughter
  • Dr. JH Kellogg, center
  • Dr. JH Kellogg (Christmas postcard)Dr. JH Kellogg on brochure listing his many achievements
  • Dr. JH Kellogg at the piano
  • Dr. JH Kellogg on his 91st birthday with great grandnephew, February 28, 1943
  • Dr. JH Kellogg with unidentified young person at the piano
  • Dr. JH Kellogg lecturing at the "Question Box"
  • Dr. JH Kellogg dictating to August Bloese, his secretary, circa 1935
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg's Christmas greeting, 1936
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and cockatoo friend
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg on the telephone
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg golfing
  • Dr. JH Kellogg, age 91, at piano with young boy (1943)
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • Dr. John Harvey Kellogg
  • JH Kellogg in parlor of Sanitarium, 1924
  • JH Kellogg on bicycle (postcard signed by Dr. Kellogg)
  • Alonzo Walter Kellogg and Vera Jane Cooley, wedding picture, June 12, 1889
  • John Leonard Kellogg, Jr., grandson of WK Kellogg

  • TWENTIETH CENTURY INDIVIDUALS

  • Honorable Charles C. Green, Mayor 1907-08 and 1921-27
  • W.H. Vanderploeg presiding at Bicycle Safety Parade, 1952
  • St. Thomas Episcopal Church personnel, Easter 1931
  • Boy Scout leaders Clark Sullivan and Vern Robbins
  • Unidentified Boy Scout at camp
  • Don Roberts, Eagle Scout, on trip to Canada, 1947
  • Vern Robbins and Clark Sullivan, Boy Scout leaders, circa 1965
  • Dr. Elbert K. Fretwell, Executive of National Boy Scouts of America
  • Robert Heydon at Boy Scout ceremony, 1947
  • Boy Scout leaders at Camp T. Ben Johnston, circa 1947
  • Roy Nesbit and Ralph Watts, Boy Scout leaders
  • Jim Walters and Jon Youngdahl at Boy Scout Camp T. Ben Johnston
  • Two Boy Scouts cooking (unidentified)
  • T. Ben Johnston, founder of Boy Scout camp
  • Claire Floutz, Scoutmaster, Boy Scout Troop 12
  • Claire Floutz, Scoutmaster, Boy Scout Troop 12
  • Lester D. Sager, Boy Scout, aged about 13 (circa 1910)
  • David Tubbs, Boy Scout, at Camp T. Ben Johnston, 1952 Camporee
  • Two young Boy Scouts (unidentified)
  • Couple at celebration, Valentine-Braxton American Legion Post, circa 1952
  • Alma Colby (Sewing Club)
  • Frieda Miracle and Laura Klitzseh at 50th anniversary party
  • Dena Miller at pioneer cooking demonstration, Sesquicentennial, 1981
  • Glen Johnson, Jane Klopp, Jim McQuiston, Sesquicentennial, 1981
  • Marguerite Yarger and unidentified man, Sesquicentennial, 1981
  • Ruby Stockham Hoyt
  • Thelma Pidgeon; Bernice Chapel (possibly members of Sewing Club)
  • Frieda and Clifford Miracle, Sewing Club, 1958
  • Frieda and Clifford Miracle, Sewing Club
  • Ivan and Bernice Chapel, Sewing Club, November 1977
  • John Warren, Scoutmaster, Troop No. 11
  • Steve Hoyt in ceremony, Boy Scout Camp, 1977
  • Dick Meyer, Indian Lore instructor, Camp T. Ben Johnston, 1954-55
  • Steve Rathbun and Kate (Titus) Yutzy boarding Clark Autotram, 1932
  • Mary Barber in the Kellogg Company research kitchen, circa 1930's
  • Robert de S. Couch, executive with General Foods Corporation, August 1967
  • Fred Smart and F. Kent Mitchell, Post Products Division-General Foods
  • Governor William Milliken and Father Sam West shown at Marshall Home Tour
  • Percy Grainger, composer/pianist, performed at B.C. Sanitarium on several occasions
  • Mrs. Percy Grainger, wife of the composer/pianist who performed at the Sanitarium
  • Helen Dembski at C.W. Post art collection auction, Post Tavern, June 1960
  • Helen Dembski at C.W. Post art collection auction, Post Tavern, June 1960
  • Potawatomi Indian of Athens tribe (unidentified)
  • James C. Page of Marshall, circa 1916
  • Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Bushnell of Marshall, circa 1916
  • Joseph Sturgis of Marshall, circa 1916
  • Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ruddock of Marshall, circa 1916
  • C. Howard Daskam of Marshall, circa 1916
  • H.C. Tucker of Marshall, circa 1916
  • W.E. Payne, head of Dept. of Commerce at B.C. College
  • C.O. Miller of Marshall, circa 1916
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Kidney of Marshall, circa 1916
  • L.C. Williams of Marshall, circa 1916
  • Mr. & Mrs. Ed. Whitelam of Marshall, c. 1916
  • Unidentified person (donated w. Bert Welch material, 1982)
  • Presumed to be Herbert D. Evans
  • Presumed to be Ethel Evans
  • Pearl Ford, principal of Urbandale School
  • Pearl Ford, principal of Urbandale School
  • Mr. and Mrs. Vic Woods, Urbandale
  • Mrs. Vic Woods, Urdandale
  • Mr. and Mrs. Vic Wood, Urbandale
  • Joann Sherwood, May, 1919
  • Helen Waterbury, Irene Smith, and Evylen Nay
  • Ed Harrigan
  • Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, Urbandale
  • Charlotte Fashbaugh, Thelma Williams, and Pearl Ford
  • Helen Waterbury and Evylen Nay
  • Irene Thompson
  • Wedding photo of Elsa and Horace Hollister, Aug. 3, 1921
  • Louis Raymond Greusel, head of Central Electric
  • Carrol Crombie and grandchild, circa 1940
  • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parsons with Basil O'Connor, chairman American Red Cross
  • Frances G. Klan, Olive Parkes, Mrs. Gould, performing at Christmas, circa 1940
  • Mrs. John B. (Nellie) Martin, early 1900's
  • Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Elsa
  • Jean (Leonard) Miller, first wife of Robert B. Miller, Sr.
  • Hattie Brown, who may have lived on Elm Street
  • Lucius Buell Holcomb (very early photo)
  • Hattie A. Grandine
  • Elmer Jenkins and Barbara (Flint) Jenkins
  • Mrs. Jessie H. (Caroline) Miller
  • Keith Zull, circa 1976
  • Robert Warner, Director, Michigan Historical Collections, 1962
  • Mable and Let Grant
  • T. Ben Johnston
  • Champion Bradley
  • Paul Rosenbaum, was State Representative in 1970's
  • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parsons and Basil O'Connor, Chairman American Red Cross, 1947
  • Richard Wakeham
  • W.M. Andrus
  • Frances Crombie, March 1932
  • Thelma Williams, May 1919
  • Sherry Hofstatter, with Karla and Debby, Thanksgiving 1958
  • Huberta and Berenice (Lowe?)
  • Frank Jones, druggist at Owl Drug Company
  • Ida C. Brown of the Michigan Historical Collections, 1962
  • Charles Kolb
  • Frank and Etta Palmer
  • Louise (or Lucene) Elwood, circa 1918
  • Madame Kellogg's ad, September 1884
  • Frances Thornton with doll house she decorated, December 1975
  • Charles B. Gordon, owner of Gordon's Pharmacy at 75 Calhoun Street
  • Charles B. Gordon, owner of Gordon's Pharmacy at 75 Calhoun Street
  • Stephen V. Rathburn
  • Rance Leaders, Assistant City Manager (1986); later City Manager; retired 1998
  • Mr. Woodmansee of Delton, August 1988
  • Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton
  • Unidentified man with horse and buggy (1908 post card)
  • Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton
  • Mrs. Burtitt (Rena) Hamilton
  • Mrs. Burtitt (Rena) Hamilton
  • Possibly Abigail Beckwith
  • Richard Weatherford, candidate for Albion city commissioner
  • Mark Cato, candidate for Calhoun County treasurer, July 1976
  • Brian Hampton, Democratic candidate for congress, 3rd district, circa 1970's
  • Mattie Willis, singer and performer, in concert
  • Floyd W. Parsons, left; "Teddy" Ellsworth, right, at Squier Music Store
  • Robert J. Huber
  • Agnes Mortimer, died May 1, 1942
  • Max Chase, oldest Oliver employee
  • Max Chase, oldest Oliver employee
  • Ernest Moore
  • George Judd of the B.C. Sanitarium
  • C.S. Jones, friend of JH Kellogg; Christmas greeting, 1906
  • John Spencer
  • Member of Frank Jones' family (possibly Mrs. Frank Jones)
  • Members of Frank Jones family (unidentified)
  • Mayor Preston Kool, right, with unidentified woman
  • Hobart Chipman, Executive Editor, B.C. Enquirer and News
  • Cora Seeley and her only child Miles
  • V.C. Squier
  • Charles F. Walter holding unidentified child
  • Isaac Mott
  • Lyman Pittee
  • Victory P. Collier
  • William H. Skinner
  • Stella Stillwell Hinman
  • Stella Hinman holding Dorothy Hinman
  • Mrs. Charles (Stella) Hinman
  • Donald Hinman
  • E.H. Foster, soldier in WW I, 1918
  • Mr. and Mrs. Page
  • Otto Brimberry
  • Gladys Gould, teacher
  • Bess H. Curtis
  • Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Pierce, 1947
  • Maria Townsend
  • Bert Thayer and Dot, Bedford Rd. (postcard)
  • Mayor Preston Kool
  • Millard and Winifred Vandervoort
  • Dr. James Haffenden, left, with unidentified man
  • Mayor Preston Kool and Senator Harry DeMaso at George Awards Ceremony
  • Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton in the garden at her home, "The Lilacs"
  • Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton at her home, "The Lilacs"
  • Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton in the garden at her home, "The Lilacs"
  • Possibly Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton
  • Possibly Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton (photo from the estate)
  • Leon Savard
  • Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton in the garden at her home, "The Lilacs"
  • Mr. and Mrs. Chris Patterer
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Coller (Barbara Jean Jenkins)
  • Theodore Martin, associated with John B. Martin of B.C. Symphony
  • Helen Martin Etzkorn, December 1960
  • Mrs. Burritt (Rena) Hamilton
  • House Republican Whip Dan Angel
  • Elsa G. Martin
  • Elsa and Helen Martin with friend
  • Elsa Martin Hollister
  • Helen H. Martin and her mother Nellie G. Martin
  • Elsa Martin Hollister and her father John B. Martin
  • Mrs. John B. (Nellie G.) Martin
  • Mrs. John B. (Nellie G.) Martin
  • Catherine Titcomb Snyder
  • Elsa Martin Hollister
  • Mary Jane Hinman Grandin and her great-grandson John Frank Halliday III, summer 1924
  • Lee Gould
  • Chris Patterer and Mrs. Richard (Patricia) Nixon
  • George Godsmark
  • Helen H. Martin and Christine L. Martin
  • Cynthia Richards and Thomas Hewes (from left), daughter and son-in-law of Giff Richards
  • Berenice Thayer at fish pond in McCamly Park
  • Virginia and Ralph Moody with cereal memorabilia, October 1992
  • Reit W. Halbert, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Harold J. Payette, killed in France July 19, 1918 (WW I)
  • Walter Penke, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Cleon W. Smith, Bedford soldier in WW I
  • Glen Esleston Waterbury, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Harry M. Bird, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Chauncy Miller, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Two unidentified WW I soldiers, possibly from Bedford
  • Alexander Penke, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Archie D. Root, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Gayle R. Compton, served in WW I
  • Francis E. Boyer, served in WW I
  • Wayne D. Walker, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Vern A. Holcomb, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Paul M. Moore, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Joseph P. Conley, servied in WW I
  • Guy N. Stafford, killed in France, July 21, 1918 (WW I)
  • George Ross Hannah, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Cecil C. Case, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Lee I. Frey, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Charles D. Noble, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Groverle Rall, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Ross H. Morgan, WW I soldier, June 2, 1918
  • Edwin S. McPeake, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • John V. Burrell, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • C.E. Jordan, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • C. William Kidd, WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Sgt. Carl Fackbaugh (?), WW I soldier from Bedford
  • Cleo Dawson, author and speaker at Willard Library open house, 1946
  • Helen Warner Manby, Willard Library director, with patron
  • Joy Anderton, Media Department head at Willard Library, 1992
  • Sue Steeby, head Children's Room librarian at Willard Library, reading to children, 1989
  • Sue Steeby, head Children's Librarian, Willard Library, 1982
  • Diane Schuemann, Willard Library Children's Room staff member, with young patron, 1982
  • Beverly Garrett, Willard Library staff member, examining local yearbooks, 1976
  • Beverly Garrett, Willard Library staff member, in Local History collection, 1976
  • Marlene A. Steele, Local Historian at Willard Library, 1989
  • Marlene Steele, Local Historian at Willard Library, at Genealogy Workshop, March 1980
  • Blair Sanderson and Barbara Payson in Willard Library meeting room kitchen
  • Whitney Abbott, Willard Library staff member
  • Duane Whitney, Head Reference Librarian at Willard Library, May 1976
  • Lillian Brown, Beverly Garrett and Jo Emerson, Willard Library staff members, 1976
  • Robert Raz, director of Willard Library, 1976
  • Aulene Chapin and Dorothea Butts, Willard Library staff members, 1976
  • Duane Whitney, Head Reference Librarian at Willard Library, May 1976
  • Willard Library staff member Carolyn Manning, 1976
  • Willard Library staff member Carolyn Manning, 1976
  • Roberta Bailey and Jean Hunter, Willard Library staff members
  • Duane Whitney and Robert Raz at Willard Library reception
  • Myra Heald, Willard Library staff member, with Carol Sievert, 1975
  • Marianne Gessner, Willard Library staff members, 1976
  • Dorothea Butts, Willard Library staff member, 1976
  • Willard Library staff member Carolyn Manning, 1976
  • Willard Library staff members Corinne Wascher and Aulene Chapin with microfilm reader, 1954
  • Helen Warner Manby, Willard Library director, with patron in film room, 1963
  • Willard Library staff member helping patron in media department, 1963
  • Willard Library student pages Helen Markos (top) and Frances Smith Reynolds, 1944
  • Willard Library staff member Aulene Chapin helping patrons in Reference Room, 1951
  • Helen Warner Manby, Willard Library director, circa 1962
  • Helen Warner Manby, Willard Library director and Dorothy Robinson, secretary, 1951
  • Mary Janssen, Willard Library Community Librarian, 1961
  • Willard Library personnel cataloging books, 1951 (identified on photo)
  • Marilyn Sharp, Willard Library patron, with Roberta Bailey, staff member, in children's room
  • Willard Library personnel Gaytha Raub, Margaret Ritz, and Thelma Rector, 1954
  • Willard Library personnel Helen Warner Manby, Kay Prettyman, and Marie Duesenberg, 1954
  • Willard Library staff member Leland Schrader at book drop box, circa 1965
  • Willard Library staff member Aulene Chapin helping patrons at Reference Desk, circa 1965
  • Willard Library personnel Margaret Ritz and Patricia Taylor with circulating art, circa 1960
  • Corinne Wascher, Willard Library Reference Librarian, circa 1963
  • Donald Zinn, Willard Library patron, 1963
  • Willard Library patrons at book drop box, 1950
  • Willard Library staff member Elizabeth Drake, Community Librarian
  • Cleo Dawson, author, at open house held at Willard Library, 1946
  • Helen Warner Manby, Director of Willard Library, circa 1962
  • Willard Library personnel Dorothea Butts, Laureen Beck, and Jean Hunter, 1954
  • Willard Library staff member Dorothea Butts with student page, 1961
  • Unidentified Willard Library patron in Reference Room, 1961
  • Willard Library Director Helen Warner Manby, circa 1961
  • Willard Library personnel Helen Warner Manby and Thelma Rector, 1950
  • Willard Library staff member Leland Schrader at book drop box, 1965
  • Willard Library personnel Jean Hunter (left) and Helen Warner Manby, 1966
  • Willard Library staff member Duane Whitney (right) helping patron, 1966
  • Jean Hunter, children's librarian and Helen Warner Manby, director of Willard Library, circa 1965
  • Willard Library Reference Librarian Corinne Wascher, 1951
  • Willard Library personnel Helen Warner Manby and Thelma Rector, circa 1958
  • Willard Library staff members Hattie Todd and Joy Anderton, 1992, in Job Information Center
  • Hattie Todd, Willard Library staff member, 1992
  • Willard Library student page Howard Clemence shelving books, 1962
  • Willard Library director Helen Warner Manby with Helen Steele Woodard, 1954
  • Willard Library student page shelving books, 1954
  • Willard Library Bookmobile with James Downs, Driver, and Sue Steeby, Librarian, 1969
  • Willard Library personnel Lillian Brown, Beverly Garrett, and Helen Jo Emerson, circa 1970
  • Gladys Miller, 1945
  • Gladys Miller, circa 1945
  • Dr. H.M. Beidler and son; established Park Beidler at north end of Goguac Lake
  • Kellogg Company employee receiving "E for Excellence" award, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Mary Barber with gentlemen, "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa WW II
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Kellogg Company "E for Excellence" awards ceremony, circa 1944 (unidentified)
  • Ina Lindman, center and Mary Barber, right, circa 1952
  • Mary Barber, left, with unidentified woman
  • Mary Barber and Ina Lindman, center, with unidentified men, early 1950's
  • Mary Barber, center, with unidentified women
  • Mary Barber, Kellogg Company nutritionist, circa 1935
  • Mary Barber, nationally prominent nutritionist with Kellogg Company
  • E.W. Clark, Clark Equipment Company
  • Clark Equipment Company, unidentified men on fork lift truck, August 1962
  • Marie Otis, member of B.C. Public Schools faculty, March 1940
  • Beatrice Palmer, member of B.C. Public Schools faculty
  • Eva Harding Fonda (Mrs. Frank Fonda), circa 1900
  • Bernice Wood
  • Mr. Wood, father of Daisy May Wood; was custodian at Willard Library
  • Clarence and Myrtle (Myrtia) Ostrander
  • Marvin Esch, Michigan congressman
  • Lucy Hawk Smith,
  • Max Goodwin, center and Shelby Minter with unidentified woman
  • George Pendill, musician, circa 1958
  • Leroy F. Sparks
  • John Kolvoord, Sr.
  • Berniece Barnes, 1906
  • George Stowe Sterling, born 1815; father of Frank G. Sterling
  • DeWitt C. Addington, M.D.
  • George Sterling
  • George B. Dolliver 
  • Bernice Wood 
  • Libbie S. Hutchings holding Ruthe Hutchings
  • Mrs. P. A. Bradley, Thanksgiving 1907
  • Thomas Brennan, civic leader, circa 1977
  • Ted Cook and Randolph Avery, 1940 daughter of H.C. Hawk
  • Tim Walter
  • Bernice Wood
  • Susan T. Hussey (postcard)
  • Mary Squier (Mrs. Victor), 1920
  • Will and Lottie Butler
  • W. P. Weeks, Fire Chief, 1930
  • Dr. Clarence Gorsline
  • Perry Mykins, son of John H. Mykins
  • Eleanor Roosevelt with Margaret Frey and Shirley M. Lipscomb, April 1940
  • Harry L. Gage, B.C. artist; painted mural in B.C. Central High School
  • T. Ben Johnston
  • Mrs. Rosa, Southwestern Jr. High faculty member
  • Marie Otis, B.C. Public Schools faculty member, March 1940
  • Perry Mykins
  • Adrian Cooper and Mr. Sturtz (J.C. Penney Company manager) in WBCK contest
  • C.W. Post, founder of Postum Cereal Company (postcard)
  • J. DeNooyer
  • Robert S. Boatman
  • Louise Barnes
  • C.O. Brown, civic recreation leader
  • William Barr, National Parking Association Director
  • Roy Shrank
  • Gordon Howard
  • Harmon E. Reynolds
  • Madeline DeMaso, member PBI Club, circa 1950
  • CW Post as a young man, circa1905
  • Virginia Houston, member PBI Club
  • Clem Munger
  • Edward A. Sampson
  • Charles Landon (center) with sons Glen and Floyd
  • Elsie Wheelock Carter
  • Charles Landon, Arlene Landon Vogt's grandfather, circa 1924
  • Glen Wheelock
  • Vivian Myers
  • Mrs. Kenneth E. Erskine
  • Eke Udell 
  • Hobart Chipman, newspaperman
  • Will Rogers, right, with Mr. Judd of the B.C. Sanitarium business office
  • Walter Fitzgerald, singer and teacher of vocal music
  • Buel Holcomb, pioneer; one of earliest merchants in Calhoun County
  • Nichols and Shepard office staff, 1880
  • Mrs. Sands McCamly; came to B.C. in 1835
  • Elijah Pendill, first mayor of Battle Creek
  • Jerry Lincoln, former slave
  • Dr. and Mrs. Hiram A. Peterman and their Marshall office and residence
  • Sidney Ketchum, pioneer; built Marshall House
  • George Ketchum, Marshall pioneer
  • Isaac E. Crary, attorney and Marshall pioneer
  • John D. Pierce, preacher and Marshall pioneer
  • Brainerd T. Skinner, businessman, civic leader
  • John B. Martin, musician; founded B.C. Symphony Orchestra
  • Mark McCamly (son of Sands McCamly); pioneer
  • Nelson Eldred, pioneer, businessman
  • Mrs. B.F. Graves; Mrs. E.H. Hussey - founded Woman's Club, library
  • Charles Barnes at Upjohn estate
  • Charles Dell at Upjohn estate
  • F.W. Dunning at Upjohn estate
  • Oscar and Joan Borgerson, winter of 1935-36
  • Joan Borgerson, winter of 1935-36
  • Okemos, famous Ottawa chieftan, about age 100
  • Photo of Thomas Hayward taken at his home,1908
  • "Yankee Bill" Lewis, owner of Yankee Springs
  • Sojourner Truth, 1778-1883
  • Jacob Weickgenant, early volunteer fireman 
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Weickgenant at the time of their marriage, circa 1880
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Weickgenant at the time of their golden wedding, circa 1930
  • Lawrence Tibbett appeared in Grant Park, Chicago, August 23, 1939
  • Major Buck
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Miller at Martin Holcomb house, Windsor, Ct.
  • Lyle Miller at Martin Holcomb house, Windsor, Ct.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Miller at grave of Martin Holcomb, Windsor, Ct.
  • Mrs. Miller (no further identification given in newspaper article)
  • Wesley Jacobs in sailor uniform during Civil War
  • Wesley Jacobs, State Representative, Missouri
  • Dr. M.W. Hildebrand, author of Moon-Journal article
  • Dr. Cooper, B.C. Sanitarium
  • Unidentified nurse, B.C. Sanitarium
  • B.C. Sanitarium, kitchen employee
  • Sylvia M. Hartt, B.C. Sanitarium School of Home Economics graduate, 1923
  • President George W. Bush campaigning at C. O. Brown Stadium, Battle Creek, September 13, 2004


    UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS

  • Unidentified man (early years)
  • Unidentified man on McCamly Street, June 1917
  • Unidentified patient, B.C. Sanitarium
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified woman
  • Unidentified woman
  • Unidentified person, possibly a Kellogg
  • Unidentified person, possibly a Kellogg
  • Unidentified man, from the Burritt Hamilton estate, 1973
  • Unidentified young man
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified woman
  • Unidentified young man
  • Unidentified people
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified woman
  • Unidentified person, possibly a Kellogg
  • Unidentified women with bicycles, circa 1910
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified man
  • Unidentified construction worker
  • Two unidentified people