Assorted Pages from
State Gazetteer's - Lansing
Library of Michigan
717 W. Allegan Street
Lansing, Michigan 48915
George W. Hawes' Michigan State Gazetteer, and Business Directory, for
RAMSDELL, J.G. & F.J., attorneys and counselors at law, two doors north
of post office.
Michigan State Gazetteer and Business Directory for 1863-4
|MORRISON, Stacy A., dentist, middle town.
MOSELEY, Chester, flour mill, lower town.
NEWBRO, S.D. & Brother, (Solomon D and Eugene P), drugs and groceries, lower town.
NICHOLS, Jason, cooper, lower town.
PARMALEE, Edmund, saw mill, sash, door and blind and woolen factory, lower town.
PECK & MERRIFIELD, (George W. PECK, Edwin R. MERRIFIELD and Augustus WELLER), dry goods, etc., middle town.
PARMENT, M.A., Miss, millinery, middle town.
POTTER, L.B. Rev., pastor Free-Will Baptist church.
PRICE, Eleazer, physician, middle town.
SCHOETTLE, John G., proprietor city brewery, lower town.
SHEARER, Jamea M., proprietor Eagle Hotel, middle town.
SIMONS, Benjamin F., dry goods, groceries, etc., middle town.
SOMERVILLE & COLBY, (James SOMERVILLE and Jabez COLBY), saddle and harness, lower town.
SPRANG, Phillip G., wagon and carriage shop, middle town.
STEBBINS, Cortland B., Deputy Superintendent of Public instruction.
STRAUB, Christian A., groceries, boots and shoes, lower town.
SWIFT, George W., furniture, middle town.
THAYER, R. & Co., (Russell THAYER and Charles H. HARRISON), druggists, middle town.
THAYER, Russell, physician, middle town.
TOMPKINS & Co., (John TOMPKINS, Alanson WATKINS and John TOOKER), iron foundry, machine shop, and agricultural implements, lower town.
TROSTEL, Frederick, gunsmith, middle town.
TURNER, James, Deputy State Treasurer.
TURNER, James & Bros., (James, George, and Charles), iron foundry, machine shop, agricultural implements, and hot air furnaces, lower town.
TURNER, ROGERS & Co., (Amos TURNER, Horace B. ROGERS and Daniel L. CASE), dry goods, groceries, etc., lower town.
VanAUKEN, Dan W., dry goods, groceries, etc., lower town.
VEDDER, Henry S., sash factory, lower town.
VIELE, Andrew J., books, stationery, paper hangings, piano fortes, melodeons, and agent for American Express Company, middle town.
WAITS, James B., billiard room, middle town.
WALDBAUER, George, baker, middle town.
WALTER, Theodore, groceries and provisions, lower town.
WARNER, Mary E. Mrs., millinery, lower town.
WEINMAN, Fred, brewer, middle town.
WESTCOTT, David, tailor shop, middle town.
WHITE, C.R., boot and shoe shop, lower town.
WHITELEY, John, groceries and provisions, middle town.
WILEY, Delos, lawyer, middle town.
WILLIAMS, Silas, stoves and tin ware, lower town.
WILSON, Timothy, (col'd), barber, middle town.
WOLF, Christ, brewer, middle town.
WOODHOUSE & BUTLER, (William WOODHOUSE and Charles W. BUTLER), land and tax agents, and dealers in marble, middle town.
WOODWORTH, G.R. & Son., (George R. and Henry A.), boots and shoes, middle town.
ZEIGLER, Christ, tanner, lower town.
Michigan State Gazetteer and Business Directory for 1867-8
RICHARDSON, Israel E., Union Hotel, cor. of Central and Franklin
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