Business enterprises -- Michigan -- Kalamazoo
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to the Ward and Dolson Company in Charlotte, Michigan from D. C. and H. C. Reed and Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan on May 4, 1886. The letter was written by Geo A. Douglas asking Ward and Dolson to ship one buggy to Orson Douglas, Constantine, Michigan.
The letter contains two parts. The first part is a request for a buggy to be shipped to Constantine Michigan and the second part adding a question about record keeping.
The collection is composed of ledgers, photographs, catalogs, promotional material and other miscellaneous items from the Doubleday Brothers and Company which produced blank books, forms for schools, banks and governments and stationery and also printed and sold office supplies and furniture. The company began in 1898 and left Kalamazoo in 2005. It exists as a digital printing company called Fidlar Doubleday and is located in Iowa.
This contains a 1913 newsletter from the Dunwell Drug Company.
1905-1916 S. Hoyt Dunwell 819 S. West and 737 W. Main 1917-1919 Edgar A. Dunwell 747 W. Main 1921-1924 No Listing 1926-1927 Edgar A. Dunwell 775 W. Main 1929 Edgar A. Dunwell 771-773 W. Main 1930-1970 Maurie E. Dunwell 769 W. Main
The collection is composed of a wide variety of items dating from World War 1 to the 1960s. These items include military souvenirs, photographs, business papers and publications, and newspaper clippings.
The collection is composed of materials from the Edwards and Chamberlin Hardware Company, a Kalamazoo firm in business from 1889 until 1931. The materials date from 1911 until 1931.
Life is good in Kalamazoo, the city that Hammond Calls Home, a booklet produced by the Hammond Machinery Builders in 1952. Booklet contains information on Kalamazoo education and recreation along with some general information about the city.
The Farmers Pocket Ledger appears to be a general guide produced by the John Deere Company and distributed to several hardware or farming stores. This ledger served as a personal guide for farming tactics while also promoting and advertising the products and tools the John Deere Company had to offer.
This collection is composed of a sign from the Kalamazoo and Suburban Express Company. The sign simply says “Kalamazoo and Suburban Express Co.” in black on both sides. This sign likely dates to the latter portion of the 19th century. The sign was created approximately between 1880-1900.