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Image of 1930.125.008 - Print

1930.125.008 - Print

Engraving of a head-and-shoulders portrait of Alexander Chapoton Sr. wearing a high-buttoned suit coat and bow tie. "Alexander Chapoton," and "Western Publishing and Engraving Co." are printed below.

Image of 1937.084.001 - Print, Photographic

1937.084.001 - Print, Photographic

Head and shoulders portrait of Antoine Beaubien, Jr, produced from a hand-colorized copy of a painting.

Image of 1938.011.001 - Print

1938.011.001 - Print

Mounted colorized head-and-shoulders photo portrait of George W. Balch, printed on silk. He has a white beard and mustache, and wears a black double-breasted suit coat with white vest and black cravat. The background is aqua.

Image of 1939.069.001 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.001 - Print, Photographic

Print. Small black and white halftone print of an oval-shaped head-and-shoulders portrait of a uniformed police officer. He wears a cap, glasses, and has a mustache. Image is printed on an irregularly shaped piece of paper, perhaps clipped from a composite picture print.

Image of 1939.069.020 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.020 - Print, Photographic

Print (3 copies). Small black and white halftone print of a head-and-shoulders portrait of Andrew Rogers. He wears police kepi, uniform, mustache, and beard. Two of the copies are larger and rectangular. The image on the smaller copy is cropped to an oval, and printed on an irregularly shaped piece of paper, perhaps clipped from a composite picture print. His name is written on the verso of the primary copy, and below on the other copies.

Image of 1939.069.023 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.023 - Print, Photographic

Print (2 copies). Small black and white halftone print of a profile portrait of James McDonnell. He wears police kepi, uniform, mustache, and beard. His name is written underneath on the primary copy.

Image of 1939.069.025 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.025 - Print, Photographic

Print (2 copies). Small black and white halftone print of an oval-shaped head-and-shoulders portrait of John J. Downy. He wears police kepi, uniform, and a mustache. His name is written on below on the primary copy, and on the verso of the secondary.

Image of 1939.069.026 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.026 - Print, Photographic

Print (2 copies). Small black and white halftone print of an oval-shaped head-and-shoulders portrait of Dr. Dayton Parker. He wears a mustache and a tie. His name is written on the verso of the primary copy and below on the secondary. Secondary copy is printed on an irregularly shaped piece of paper, perhaps clipped from a composite picture print.

Image of 1939.069.027 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.027 - Print, Photographic

Print (2 copies). Small black and white halftone print of an oval-shaped head-and-shoulders portrait of Charles L. Sponenburgh. He is balding with a beard and mustache. His name is written on below as "Chas. Sponenburgh" on the primary copy, and "C.L. Sponenburgh" on the secondary.

Image of 1939.069.033 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.033 - Print, Photographic

Print. Small black and white halftone print of a head-and-shoulders portrait of Judge William F. Connolly (as indicated on verso) wearing a buttoned dress coat.

Image of 1939.069.035 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.035 - Print, Photographic

Print (2 copies). Small black and white halftone print of an oval-shaped head-and-shoulders portrait of Captain Alphonse Baker. He wears a kepi and mustache. His name is written below on both copies. Secondary copy is printed on an irregularly shaped piece of paper, perhaps clipped from a composite picture print.

Image of 1939.069.036 - Print, Photographic

1939.069.036 - Print, Photographic

Print (2 copies). Small black and white halftone print of an oval-shaped head-and-shoulders portrait of Pierce Haurahan. He wears police kepi, uniform, and a mustache. His name is written on the verso of the primary copy, and below on the secondary. Primary copy is printed on an irregularly shaped piece of paper, perhaps clipped from a composite picture print.

Image of 1939.069.037 - Print

1939.069.037 - Print

Print. Black and white halftone print of a composite photo of five police department officials framed in ovals, arranged on a background with a marbled design with four floral flourishes. At the top are J. Henry Cleveland, the assistant secretary, and Harry E. Andrews, the pay roll clerk. William F. Connolly, the secretary is at the center. Charles A. Klein, the license clerk, and Leroy E. Pierce, the purchaser are at the bottom. The print is mounted on a linen backing.

Image of 1939.086.027 - Silhouette

1939.086.027 - Silhouette

Full length silhouette portrait of John Marshall.

Image of 1943.160.001 - Print, Photographic

1943.160.001 - Print, Photographic

Print of an engraved portrait of Hazen S. Pingree with a straight beard seated in a baluster-backed chair with right arm resting on a table, holding a pince-nez in right hand. Pingree's signature is printed below. The engraving is credited to Henry Taylor Jr. of Chicago.

Image of 1955.160.005 - Print

1955.160.005 - Print

Half-tone print a head-and-shoulders portrait photograph of Detroit Fire Department Chief James Battle, wearing a fire helmet decorated with images of five crossed bugles, and a steam engine, as well as the word "Chief," and his innitials. His signature is printed below.

Image of 1960.105.004 - Print, Photographic

1960.105.004 - Print, Photographic

Signed half-tone black and white photo portrait of Nathan Church seated in a chair wearing formal attire. "Sincerely Yours - (Col. 26th Mich. Infty.) N. Church." is inscribed along the bottom border of the photo. "Uncle Nathan" is handwritten on the verso along with a faded stamp which reads, "Ben B. Marsh 175 Irvine Lane Grosse P[…] Mich."

Image of 1966.118.001 - Program

1966.118.001 - Program

Program containing a memorial poem to Carl F. Clarke for the Wedensdaynighters Christmas 1925, by William Fleming Holliday. Also contains a photocopy of a portrait of Fleming, with his birth and death dates at the bottom.

Image of 1973.051.001 - Print

1973.051.001 - Print

Sepia half-tone print of a head-and-shoulder portrait photograph of Emma A. Thomas, the supervisor of music for the Detroit Public Schools and founder of the Thomas Normal School. She is pictured with her hair pulled back wearing a dress with a leaf pattern on the bodice and satin sleeves. The photo is mounted on cardstock.

Image of 1974.007.021 - Postcard

1974.007.021 - Postcard

Photo postcard bearing a black and white portrait of Ojibwe Chief Charles Kawbawgam (identified via caption as Chief Kaw-Baw-Gam, Chippewa Tribe), of Marquette, Michigan, pictured in profile, wearing a dark coat, tie, and glasses. The recto also includes an handwritten message from Margery, neice of Jere C. Hutchins, to her uncle. A 1902 Benjamin Franklin stamp is on the undivided verso.

Image of 1974.007.011 - Engraving

1974.007.011 - Engraving

Engraving of depicting a head-and-shoulders portrait of Dr. George B. Russel. "Geo. B. Russel," is partially handwritten off the bottom edge of the print.

Image of 1976.044.001 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.001 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1954, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man." The interior is printed with the message, "Gov. and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Gery, Nancy, Wendy Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year," as well as a black and white half-tone photograph of the family.

Image of 1976.044.002 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.002 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1955, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man." The interior is printed with the message, "Governor and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Gery, Nancy, Wendy, and 'Torchy' Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year," as well as a black and white half-tone photograph of the family with their dog.

Image of 1976.044.003 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.003 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1956, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man." The interior is printed with the message, "Governor and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Gery, Nancy, Wendy, 'Torchy' and 'Miss Pris' Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year," as well as a color half-tone photograph of the family with their dogs posed arm-in-arm in a field beneath a hill lined with large houses.

Image of 1976.044.004 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.004 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1957, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man." The interior is printed with the message, "Governor and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Gery, Nancy, Wendy, and 'Torchy' Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year," as well as a color half-tone photograph of the family with the dogs posed around a globe in the governor's office. A line drawing of the new Mackinac Bridge is printed on the back of the card.

Image of 1976.044.005 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.005 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1958, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man." The interior is printed with the message, "Governor and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Gery, Nancy, and Wendy Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, 'Torchy' does too," as well as a color half-tone photograph of the family posed in front of the porch.

Image of 1976.044.006 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.006 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1959, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man." The interior is printed with the message, "Governor and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Gery, Nancy, Wendy, and 'Jody Joy' Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year," as well as a color half-tone photograph of the family posed in front a map of Michigan with their dog.

Image of 1976.044.007 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.007 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1960, Governor and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Gery, Nancy, Wendy, 'Jody Joy' and 'Little Joe' Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year," The interior is printed with a color half-tone photograph of the family posed in front behind the governor's desk with their dogs and President-Elect John F. Kennedy.

Image of 1976.044.008 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.008 - Card, Holiday

Half-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The exterior is printed with the message, "Christmas 1966, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man." The interior is printed with the message, "G. Mennen and Nancy Williams, Gery, Lannie and Gery, III; Nancy and Wendy Wish You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year," as well as a color half-tone photograph of the family posed in front of their fireplace with their dogs.

Image of 1976.044.009 - Card, Holiday

1976.044.009 - Card, Holiday

Tri-folded Christmas card sent by G. Mennen Williams and his family. The card folds into a metallic gold envelope, addressed to Marie L. Anderson of Grosse Pointe. The interior contains the message "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward man," as well as three half-tone color photos of three branches of the family. G. Mennen and Nancy Williams with daughter Wendy are in the center posed wearing safari outfits at an airport. Gery and Lannie Williams with their children Gery III and Lee Ann are pictured on the bottom left. Ted and Nancy Ketterer are pictured at their wedding in the bottom right. Beside the Ketterers is the note, "Julia Quick Ketterer (10/24/67)