Second Flag made to commemorate The Old Settlers' Reunion
1937 Eileen Norman, Helen Johnson, Caroline Norman, Minnie Norman and Virgil Todd
Skinner Lumber Camp around 1900 Picture: Courtesy Deonna (Todd) Green Lon Seaton, William Todd & John Todd are shown. Most of the Old Settlers worked in the lumber camps clearing the land.- Harrietta, MI
Indian School - Mt. Pleasant - Cynthia Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson Attended School
Kellogg Baseball Team: Roscoe, Olie, Homer, & Clifford Cross ---Theo Cross on end Second Row, Herschel, Art, & Bart Cross
Little River 1921
The Village of Mecosta before it was paved. This picture was taken by a professional photographer just before WWI.
Church Basement Stella Washington is standing left of the post wearing white lace on her head. Stella was the daughter of Mozura Washington and cousin of Emmett Porter. Their mothers were sisters.
Arthur Cross Battalion & Bus 1919 Picture courtesy of Raymond Pointer, Sr.
Mecosta Tigers Baseball Team Front Row Left: Arthur Cross, Guy Stine, Marshall Corey, F. Winemaster Arnold Lett, Fred Helms Back Row Left: Estel Harper, Pat Gingrich Early Brooks, Laurence Thering Wilson Scott, Warren Adams
Clark Reunion - Grandma Harris, Cecil Clark Uncle Ollie & Aunt Lucille Picture Courtesy of Raymond Pointer, Sr.
Remus - 1879 - Joseph Cummins Home First on Left Side
Remus School 1912 Property once owned by Joseph & Esther Lett-Cummins
Remus - Main Street Looking North
Blanchard Railroad Depot
Lindley Norman worked construction on the Detroit Windsor Tunnel. The picture shows his construction team. The tunnel was completed by the Detroit Windsor Tunnel Corporation in 1930.
George Lindley Norman worked construction on the Detroit Windsor Tunnel. The picture shows his construction team. The tunnel was completed by the Detroit Windsor Tunnel Corporation in 1930.
Bundy Hills Lumber Camp (Situated on the Squaw Branch of the Chippewa River at the old Bundy Dam) Picture Courtesy of Lillian Mumford (Todd, Sleet, Wood, Green Families Pictured) Submitted by Ken Todd
Millbrook Railroad Depot
Arthur Skinner & Bessie Smith - Arthur Skinner owned the Skinner Lumber Camp in Harrietta, MI
Front Row: Minnie Norman & Norma Todd Center Row: Belle Brown & Caroline Norman Back Row: Virgil Todd, Jr. Allen, Thelma Johnson & Eileen Norman
First Row: Ollie Johnson, Jimmie Cross, Harry Norman, Wilbur Norman Second Row: Homer Cross, Jr, A Mumford, Buddy Johnson, Belle Brown, William Norman Third Row: Fern Johnson, Thelma Johnson, June Brown, Minnie Norman, Marshall Todd, Vernice Norman
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