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Grand Rapids in 1856

Scene of early Grand Rapids viewed from the...

Stagecoach, Concord Style

Stagecoach, Concord Style


A close view of a Concord style stagecoach standing in the livery yard probably waiting for the horses. The name above the door appears to be W. P. Nason's Livery and in the upper left corner a portion of the sign indicates the building is a livery stable. Note the difference in size between the front and back wheels, seats at the front for the driver and another at the rear, and two bench style seats on top of the coach.


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TitleStagecoach, Concord Style

Title by cataloger.

Location In PhotoGrand Rapids, MI
CollectionColl. #59-2-2, History & Special Collections Dept.

Reproduction and copyright information regarding this image is available from Grand Rapids History & Special Collections, Archives, Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, MI

InstitutionGrand Rapids Public Library
Physical Storage LocationGrand Rapids, MI

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