Michigan -- Social life and customs
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Addie E. Milks diary
Alfred L. Williams family papers
Amos Franklin diary
The collection consists of Amos Franklin's diary (January 1 to December 31, 1865). He lived in Michigan and was probably a carpenter. His diary entries are fairly brief and primarily discuss his daily activities and his jobs.
Anna Rebecca Edwards reminiscences
C. W. Neff collection
This collection contains four account books listing expenses for a family living in Flint, Michigan, and later Toledo, Ohio, in the years 1908-1922. The books are very detailed and list expenses for food, clothing, rent, travel, entertainment, and household furnishings.
Charles F. Monroe papers
The publication presents a brief history of Charlotte, Michigan in 1907. Included are a survey of the businesses in the village with a photograph of each, biographical sketches of business, civic, and religious leaders of the community. The many photographs in the booklet are invaluable to researchers interested in turn-of-the-century lifestyles.
Climax, Michigan collection
The collection contains photocopies of newspaper clippings (1924, circa 1926) concerning the establishment of Michigan's Rural free Delivery Service in Climax, Michigan in 1896. Also a photocopy of the book entitled Early Days in Climax (undated) describing school, teachers, town buildings, inventor Hiram Moore, and containing reminiscences of life in Climax in the mid- to late-1800s.