M. C. Depot
Title:
M. C. Depot
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


On House of David Farm
Title:
On House of David Farm
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back

Description:
Eden Springs, House of David, Benton Harbor, Mich. U. S. A. Send for literature



Main Street, Looking West
Title:
Main Street, Looking West
Niles Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1933 Sep-19


Four Flags Hotel
Title:
Four Flags Hotel
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Truman G. Warren, Pres. 100 Modern Fireproof rooms. Air conditioned coffee shop, dining room, cocktail bar and banquet rooms. From the Block house known as fort St. Joseph, which marked the site of Niles in pioneer days, there waved at different times the flags of the United States, France, Spain and England.



Main Street Looking East
Title:
Main Street Looking East
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Sep-12

Description:
Once the land of Miamis and Pottawattomies Indians, this area has become a city centering the Great Midwest Industrial Empire. It has had steady growth, until today its main business street serves a large trade territory. Modern well stocked shops supply its population with every need. E. C. Kropp Co.


Fire and Police Station
Title:
Fire and Police Station
NIles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Sep-11

Description:
E. C. Kropp Co.



Kugler Restaurant
Title:
Kugler Restaurant
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Main Street Looking West
Title:
Main Street Looking West
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.



Public Library and Eagles Club
Title:
Public Library and Eagles Club
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1946


Main Street looking East
Title:
Main Street looking East
Niles Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1935 Sep-23



Main Street, Looking East
Title:
Main Street, Looking East
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1916 Jan-24



M.C.R.R. Station
Title:
M.C.R.R. Station
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Canfield's Log Cabins
Title:
Canfield's Log Cabins
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1954 Aug-6



Kugler Restaurant
Title:
Kugler Restaurant
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
731 North 5th Street.


Office of Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Title:
Office of Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM Apr-11



Castle Rest
Title:
Castle Rest
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


High School
Title:
High School
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



A Residence Street
Title:
A Residence Street
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



The Four Flags, Niles' New Fireproof Hotel
Title:
The Four Flags, Niles' New Fireproof Hotel
Niles Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1934 Aug-9

Description:
From the Block-House known as Fort St. Joseph, which marked the site of Niles in pioneer days, there waved at different times the flags of the United States, France, Spain and England. This is a unique distinction in the historical record of this locality


Dr. Bonine's Residence
Title:
Dr. Bonine's Residence
Niles Michigan (MI), White Border unused



St. Paul's Lutheran Church - Mo. Synod
Title:
St. Paul's Lutheran Church - Mo. Synod
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
1340 Sycamore. Church of the Lutheran Hour


"The Four Flags City"
Title:
"The Four Flags City"
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Why Niles, Michigan is called "The Four Flags City". Over the present area of this city the flags of four nations were unfurled as they, in turn, took possession of this territory. In 1697 the fleur-de-lis of France, in 1761 the cross of St. George of Great Britain, in 1781 the Spanish colors and in 1783 the flag of the United States



Fernwood, Inc
Title:
Fernwood, Inc
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
A Garden and Nature Preserve, located along the St. Joseph River northwest of Niles. Fernwood - a place of beauty and cultural enrichment for the community, where people from all walks of life can enjoy Nature's bounties


The Four Flags
Title:
The Four Flags
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1937 Jul-31

Description:
From the Block-House known as Fort St. Joseph, which marked the site of Niles in pioneer days, there waved at different times the flags of the United States, France, Spain and England. This is a unique distinction in the historical record of this locality



Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Title:
Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Trinity Church Protestan Episcopal, 1834
Title:
Trinity Church Protestan Episcopal, 1834
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1986 Apr-22



Presbyterian Chruch and Parsonage
Title:
Presbyterian Chruch and Parsonage
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1946 Aug-19

Description:
This is one of many fine churches in Niles. Churches of all denominations have important sites on the city's beautiful streets. Their congregations are large and active. "Churches are used in Niles."


First Evangelical United Brethern Church
Title:
First Evangelical United Brethern Church
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 80256



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 9452 The Carnegie Public Library was donated as a gift to the city and opened in 1904. One side of the building is almost covered by artistically climbing ivy vines. It is a landmark and a monument to Niles' interest in arts and science


Dowagiac Creek
Title:
Dowagiac Creek
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 438



First Church Of Christ Scientist
Title:
First Church Of Christ Scientist
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The ?Four Flags City? First Church of Christ Scientist is a branch of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. This edifice was built in 1926.


Dr. Fred N. Bonine At His Residence
Title:
Dr. Fred N. Bonine At His Residence
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused



First Evangelical United Brethern Church
Title:
First Evangelical United Brethern Church
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Hello! From Niles
Title:
Hello! From Niles
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
"Four Flags City" Niles is a city of many churches. Most of the major Church denominations have strong, vital Church organizations and beautiful edifices. The Presbyterian Church has been a spiritual force in this community for over a century. The present building was erected in 1914 as a memorial to the Chapin family.


The First Evangelical United Brethren Church
Title:
The First Evangelical United Brethren Church
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Would you want to live in a city where there were no churches? Make attendance at the church of your choice a "Must" when in Niles, the city of beautiful churches.



Chapin Memorial Presbyterian Church
Title:
Chapin Memorial Presbyterian Church
Niles Michigan (MI), White Border unused


M. E. Church
Title:
M. E. Church
Niles Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Presbyterian church and parsonage
Title:
Presbyterian church and parsonage
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1950

Description:
This is one of the many fine chuches in niles. Churches of all denominations have important sites on the city's beatiful streets.Their congregations are large and active."churches are used in niles."


First Evangelical United Brethern Church
Title:
First Evangelical United Brethern Church
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Trinity Church Protestant Episcopal
Title:
Trinity Church Protestant Episcopal
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Trinity Church Protestant Episcopal 1834


Office Of Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Title:
Office Of Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1977



Four Flag Hotel
Title:
Four Flag Hotel
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
From the Block-House known as Fort St. Joseph, which marked the site of Niles in pioneer days, there waved at different times the flags of the United States, France, Spain and England. This is a unique distinction in the historical record of this locality.


Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Title:
Dr. Fred N. Bonine
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Fishing: Dowagiac Creek
Title:
Fishing: Dowagiac Creek
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Fishing, the sport close to the heart of every man, can well be enjoyed here, where fish are plentiful and where one can take in the scenic beauty of the surroundings.


The Carnegie Public Library
Title:
The Carnegie Public Library
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The Carnegie Public Library was donated as a gift to the city and opened in 1904. One side of the building is almost covered by artistically climbing ivy vines. It is a land mark and a monument to Niles' interest in arts and science



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Coach House
Title:
Coach House
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1956 Jul-6



Niles Michigan
Title:
Niles Michigan
Niles Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Niles, Michigan The Four Flags City Located along the St. Joseph River in southern Michigan, Niles has a rich historical background. It has been under the rule of Spain, France, England and the United States


M. C. R. R. Depot
Title:
M. C. R. R. Depot
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-17

Description:
Series 10660



Tunnel Under M.C.R.R. Tracks
Title:
Tunnel Under M.C.R.R. Tracks
Niles Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1907


Site Of Fort St. Joseph
Title:
Site Of Fort St. Joseph
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
It is assumed that Fort St. Joseph was built about 1688, surrendered by the French to the British in 1759, captured in 1763 by the Pottawatomies under Chief Pontiac, who held it for two years, captured in 1781 by the Spaniards, who destroyed the magazines and store houses and then returned to St. Louis.



Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Niles Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
This depot has the distinction of being the most picturesque and the finest landscaped along the line of the Michigan Central Railroad; built in 1891 to accommodate passenger travel to Chicago, where the Columbian Exposition was to be held




Total: 55 Items