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Name Cedar
Number of Archive records 33.0
Number of Library records 2.0
Number of Object records 10.0
Number of Photo records 72.0
Updated -4712-01-01

Associated Records

1993.04 - 1993.04.01

Tape, Audio Cassette. Family & personal history rememberances of Centerville Twp., and Cedar. Interview by Stanley Walters of Cedar MI. January 1993.

1993.32 - 1993.32.01

Tape, Audio Cassette. By Marjorie Good on growing up in Cedar and the Flu epidemic of 1919.

1993.47 - 1993.47.01

Tape, Audio Cassette. By Michaeline Pleva. Personal and family history, life ona farm, and life in Cedar.

1994.81 - 1994.81.01

Tape. Audio Cassette. Praxes R. Bryant. Growing up in Cedar. Business. Social Life. Families. Compares old Cedar with Cedar today.

1996.25 - 1996.25.

Tape, Audio Cassette. Ellen Bronson on the Armstrong One Room School, Cedar, Oviatt, Empire, Harry Dumbrill.

1998.21 - 1998.21.01

Manuscript. A story of the history of Cedar and Joe and Cecile (Lafayette) Sbonek, and Elizabeth "Betty" Sbonek. See document file for more information about the author.

1993.04 - 1993.04.01 a-b

Stanley Walters was born in Sutton's Bay, MI. He enlisted in the Army on 01/26/1942. He relates his experiences during WWII in the Pacific. Specifically, he worked on the docks at Shanghai, China and as a driver on the Burma Rd. File includes index, portrait (see 1993.04.02). Listening copy: cassett tape.

2005.38 - 2005.38

Louise (Virt) Belanger was born in Cedar, MI. in 1926. One of nine children, she was twelve years when Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7, 1941. An older brother served in WWII. Louise's husband, Sam, served in WWII and shared some wartime stories with her while they were dating. She relates storeis about life on the farm in Cedar, MI where had they had no electricity or radio. Listening copy: CD

Image of 2007.15 - 2007.15.01

2007.15 - 2007.15.01

Souvenir Program, "Leelanau Historical Pageant" Presented by The Residents of Leelanau County, Michigan at Leland, Michigan from August 15-16, 1924. Sponsored by the Leland Community Club. Includes program, participants, and ads from Leelanau County and Traverse City businesses.

1967.04 - 1967.04.01

"Ladies Home Journal" September 1915 Magazine

Image of 2010.05 - 2010.05.01

2010.05 - 2010.05.01

Booklet, contains a history of the Leelanau County.

Image of 2011.03 - 2011.03

2011.03 - 2011.03

A manuscript of Frank P. Schramsky's life - the book is composed of a timeline, photographs and other documents that were compiled and organized by Robert F. Schramsky. The introductions states: "It is the purpose of this author to relate to his readers and the relatives of Frank P. Schramsky, the actual written records and diaries that he kept, between the years of 1913 and ending in early 1921." The content is soley composed of actual written diaries, letters, maps, pictures and records found in an old leather suitcase which belonged to Frank. The records were found by the author in the suitcase, which was given to him by his paternal Grandmother, Adeline Schramski, when she found it in he

Image of 1980.07 - 1980.07.07

1980.07 - 1980.07.07

Manuscript. a) List of historic sites in Solon Township by Leona Kasben and Elma Ruthardt. Includes centennial farm, centennial homes, villages, church, and depot. b) Brief histories of Bingham, Cedar, and Fouch by Erhardt Peters.

1985.23 - 1985.23.16

Invitation to a Ball, Cedar MI 11/16/1900

1985.23 - 1985.23.17

Invitation to a party, Cedar, MI 1/17/1908

1989.11 - 1989.11.01

Booklet. Holy Rosary Catholic Church...1883-1983. History with photos of families as of 1983.

Image of 2005.80 - 2005.80.01

2005.80 - 2005.80.01

Historical notes on the Village of Good Harbor written by Amalia (Mollie) Kropp and a hand-drawn map of the Village of Good Harbor Bay c. 1900.

2004.20 - 2004.20.02

Map of Cedar, Michigan.

1999.53 - 1999.53.01

Booklet. Cedar Polka Fest. July 1-4 1999.

Image of 2003.48 - 2003.48.18

2003.48 - 2003.48.18

Two articles from the Detroit Free Press related to living, namely economic and social conditions, in Leelanau County. Article titled, "Nature beckons us to Leelanau, but she isn't hiring" focuses on several individual's experience of relocating to Leelanau County and "From steaks to soy milk: One family's long journey north" focuses on Field and Sandy Carden's experience of relocating to Glen Arbor from Detroit.