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    • The Wood County Court House

    • Postcards; Architecture; Courthouses;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. The second Wood County Court House, built in 1881 at the corner of Baker Street and Fifth Street No. The building faced Baker Street. It was torn shortly after the current court house was dedicated in 1956.
    • Grand Rapids Brewing Company

    • Architecture; Brewing industry; Industrial facilities; Postcards;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. Located at the corner of First Street No. and Oliver St. "Absolutely Pure Bottle Beer" was their slogan because their beer was brewed from pure spring water. Built by Jacob Lutz in 1904, they brewed beer at this...
    • First Street North

    • Architecture; Brewing industry; Homes; Houses; Streets; Postcards;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. Looking north on First Street North are the Arpin houses on the right. The white house with pillars was the home of Daniel Arpin. The next house was the home of Daniel's parents, John and Clarice Arpin. The Grand...
    • The Municipal Swimming Pool

    • Bodies of water; Postcards; Swimmers; Swimming; Swimming Pools; Water;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. The Municipal Swimming Pool, built in 1913. Located along First Street No. You can see the Grand Rapids Brewing Co. and the steeple of the old S.S. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in the background. The water for the...
    • Public Buildings of Grand Rapids

    • Architecture; Buildings; Cities & towns; City views; Courthouses; Libraries; Postcards; Schools;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. This image of the Public Buildings of Grand Rapids, Wis. was taked from the river looking eastwards. The Wood County Jail, Public Library and Court House were all located along Baker Street near the present day court...
    • Public Library, Grand Rapids

    • Architecture; City & town halls; Churches; Libraries;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. Left to right: The home of John and Clarice Arpin, the home of Daniel Arpin (John and Clarice's son), the Christian Science Church (formaly the First Congregational Church), City Hall and Public Library and the Wood...
    • Wood County Court House

    • Postcards; Architecture; Courthouses;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. The second Wood County Court House, built in 1881 at the corner of Baker Street and Fifth Street No. The building faced Baker Street. It was torn shortly after the current court house was dedicated in 1956.
    • Wood County Court House

    • Postcards; Courthouses; Architecture;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. The second Wood County Court House, built in 1881 at the corner of Baker Street and Fifth Street No. The building faced Baker Street. It was torn shortly after the current court house was dedicated in 1956.
    • Hotel Witter

    • Postcards; Architecture; Hotels; Streets;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. Located on First Ave. along the river approximately where the east side of the Jackson Street bridge. This building was torn down after the Hotel Mead opened in 1951.
    • Vine Street

    • Postcards; Architecture; Streets; Bridges; Post offices; City views;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. South west corner of East Grand Ave. and Second Street. The two story Wood Block was built in 1894 and the three story Post Office building was built in 1905. East Grand Ave. used to be Vine Street and West Grand...
    • Vine Street

    • Postcards; Architecture; Bridges; Downtown districts; Streets; City views;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. Standing in front of what is now Rogers Cinemas on East Grand Ave. and looking west, the Wood County National Bank is on the right. The east side of the Grand Ave. bridge is shown in the background.
    • Wood County National Bank

    • Postcards; Architecture; Banks;
    • Postcard Collection, East Side. Wood County National Bank, located on the northwest corner of what is now Second Street and East Grand Ave. This shows the "new" Wood County National Bank building that was built in 1909 and 1910.

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