Pearl St. near Monroe
Schuyler C. Baldwin - 1872
Looking west down Pearl Street toward the Pearl St. Bridge. The large building near the bridge, on the NW corner of Monroe, is Sweet's Hotel. The building on the NE corner of Pearl and Monroe is the Lovett Block. Closest to the right edge, bearing the sign Museum, was Crane's Museum. Between the Museum and the Lovett Block is the California Wine House at street level with the office of the Daily Times on the second floor. East of the Museum was the Arcade Building.
|Title||Pearl St. near Monroe|
|Creator||Schuyler C. Baldwin|
From a collection of photographs depicting early Grand Rapids, previously owned by Charles E. Belknap, author of "The Yesterdays of Grand Rapids" and longtime resident of the city.
|Location In Photo||Grand Haven|
|Collection||Thomas R. Dilley|