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Monuments and Markers
MONUMENTS
  • Soldiers' Monument (postcard)
  • Dedication of Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, May 1902
  • Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (Post Office in background), circa 1910
  • Soldiers' Monument dedication, May 31, 1901
  • Part of inscription on Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park
  • Part of inscription on Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park
  • Part of inscription on Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park
  • Soldiers' Monument dedication, May 31, 1901
  • Monument Square with Soldiers' Monument
  • Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park
  • Soldiers' Monument in Monument Square (postcard)
  • Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park
  • Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park (1907 postcard)
  • Dedication of Soldiers' Monument, May 31, 1901
  • Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park
  • Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park
  • Soldiers' Monument in McCamly Park (postcard)
  • Monument in McCamly Park
  • Monument at Urbandale School marking founding of Urbandale
  • Post/General Foods marker dated Jan. 1, 1895
  • Statue of C.W. Post
  • Statue of C.W. Post being returned to pedestal in Post Park
  • Plaque at medical building Post Cereal Company
  • Monument in Post Park, built by J.H. Brown
  • Proposed C.W. Post Memorial Fountain on Old Nichols Hospital site
  • History Tower in Post Park, completed in August 1937
  • Proposed C.W. Post Memorial Fountain on Old Nichols Hospital site
  • W.W. I Memorial dedicated to men of Pennfield Township
  • Dedication of monument to invention of first combine in 1836, on Oct. 3, 1931, in Climax
  • History Tower in Post Park, completed in August 1937
  • History Tower in Post Park, completed in August 1937
  • Pioneer memorial stone, Athens
  • Brooks Memorial Fountain, Marshall

  • MARKERS

  • Gravestone of Jonathan Guernsey, pioneer
  • Marker at old Quaker cemetery
  • C.W. Post mausoleum, April 1993
  • Gravesite of Ellen and James White, Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Phillips family tombstone, Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Rose Hartwick Thorpe memorial, Litchfield (postcard)
  • Tombstones marking graves of James and Ellen White
  • Marker at grave of Sojourner Truth, Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Ed Dwight putting finishing touches on Underground Railroad monument, autumn 1993
  • Detail from Underground Railroad monument by Ed Dwight, dedicated Oct. 24, 1993
  • Detail from Underground Railroad monument by Ed Dwight, dedicated Oct. 24, 1993
  • Detail from Underground Railroad monument by Ed Dwight, dedicated Oct. 24, 1993
  • Ed Dwight putting finishing touches on Underground Railroad monument, autumn 1993
  • Ed Dwight putting finishing touches on Underground Railroad monument, autumn 1993
  • Ed Dwight putting finishing touches on Underground Railroad monument, autumn 1993
  • Detail from Underground Railroad monument by Ed Dwight, dedicated Oct. 24, 1993
  • Gravestone and marker at Sojourner Truth grave in Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Marker in McCamly Park
  • Plaque listing soldiers who died in WW I and WW II, in McCamly Park
  • Marker at site of first school erected 1834
  • Old Territorial Road marker, placed by DAR in 1913
  • The Cairn
  • American Club building in 1984
  • C.W. Post mausoleum
  • Monument to General Ezra Convis
  • Soldiers' Monument and first Methodist Church, Monument Square (postcard)
  • Dedication of Historic Northside monument, McCamly Street and North Avenue, February 2, 1993
  • Dedication of Historic Northside monument, McCamly Street and North Avenue, February 2, 1993
  • Dedication of Historic Northside monument, McCamly Street and North Avenue, February 2, 1993
  • Marker for site of first log cabin in front of Masonic Temple, East Michigan Avenue
  • Gravestone of Sands McCamly, city founder
  • Gravestone of Jonathan Guernsey, city founder
  • Marker for fur trading post, Barry County
  • Marker for "Old Territorial Road" through Marshall
  • Crosswhite memorial at Madison and State Streets
  • Ketchum family monument, Oakridge Cemetery, Marshall
  • Ketchum family monument, Oakridge Cemetery, Marshall
  • Ketchum family monument, Oakridge Cemetery, Marshall
  • Granite marker of the Stuart family
  • Adam Crosswhite marker, Marshall
  • Stone marker in Fairmount Park
  • Marker in Irving Park
  • Marker for Old Territorial Road
  • Marker on site of Moreau Trading Post, Thornapple River
  • Marker on site of Moreau Trading Post, Irving, Michigan
  • Bronze tablet on marker at Moreau Trading Post, Irving, Michigan
  • Adams Monument, Burlington Cemetery
  • Inscription on Adams Monument, Burlington Cemetery
  • Briggs School marker
  • John Rogers' grave, Oakhill Cemetery
  • Graves of Alfred Hickman and his mother Maria G. Hickman, Oakhill Cemetery
  • Grave of Hannibal Keener, slave, died 1861
  • Grave of Captain Wilson, Yorkville Cemetery
  • Rix Robinson memorial marker, at site of his home
  • Close-up view of Rix Robinson memorial marker
  • Gravesite of Wahbememe (Chief White Pigeon), died circa 1830
  • Gravesite of Wahbememe (Chief White Pigeon), died circa 1830
  • Gravestone of Martin Holcomb, died 1798, Windsor, Ct.
  • Information about the Winthrops, related to the local Holcombs
  • Information about the Winthrops, related to the local Holcombs
  • Gravestone of James L. Brinkerhoff, died 1845, in Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Gravestone of John Stuart, Sr., pioneer, died 1839
  • Gravestone of Maryam Packer, age 2 yrs., in Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Gravestone of Cynthia Emerson, whose funeral was the first recorded in B.C. (1832)
  • Gravestone of Gabriel Neale, Oak Hill Cemetery (drowned at age 25, 1849)
  • Gravestone of Abel Simons and his wife; both died 1844
  • Gravestone of Ella and Phebe Smith, pioneers
  • Gravestone of M.V.B. Mapes, son of John Mapes (died1842)
  • Early gravestone, Oak Hill Cemetery (inscription unreadable)
  • Gravestone of one of the Hall pioneers
  • Gravestone of Moses Hall, pioneer
  • Gravestone of E.H. Hall and Mary A. Hall
  • Gravestone of Charles Mason, pioneer
  • Gravestone of Theron Tracy, died 1876 (Oak Hill Cemetery)
  • Gravestone of John K. Ward, pioneer, died 1874 (Oak Hill Cemetery)
  • Tablet in memory of two old trails, Kalamazoo