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Grand Rapids in 1856

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Raniville Building on Pearl St.

Raniville Building on Pearl St.

Louis C. Towner - 1911

The photo depicts heavy smoke coming from the smoke stack of the Raniville Building located on Pearl St. at Campau next to the Grand River. A building with more ornate architectural decoration, seen at the right, is on Monroe Ave. The tree in the foreground appears ready to bloom and covers a sign painted on the building.


Full Details

TitleRaniville Building on Pearl St.
CreatorLouis C. Towner
FormatPhotograph, 7 X 9 in.

Title by cataloger. Another Raniville Building with a very large smokestack was located just to the north of this building on Lyon and Campau.

Location In PhotoGrand Rapids
Collection#4051, Photo coll., Smoke Inspection Dept.,,Community Archives and Research Center (CARC)

Reproduction and copyright information regarding this image is available from Community Archives and Research Center (CARC), Grand Rapids, MI

InstitutionCommunity Archives and Research Center (CARC)
Physical Storage LocationGrand Rapids, MI

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