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Image of Aerial view, Lansing, Michigan - 2015-01-001.V01.067a

Aerial view, Lansing, Michigan - 2015-01-001.V01.067a

View of Downtown and its southeastern portion. One of two variants of image.

Image of Greetings from Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.064

Greetings from Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.064

On reverse: "Michigan - A fascinating atmosphere in which to live or visit contrasts exciting, dynamic cities and culture with unspoiled wilderness and wild life. All within the borders of the 26th State.

Image of Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.065

Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.065

Sunset - Water Wonderland

Image of Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.066

Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.066

On reverse: "Almost surrounded by freshwater shoreline, Michigan is a lovely state".

Image of Souvenirs from Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.067

Souvenirs from Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.067

Court House, Flint; Court House, Pontiac; Casino, Detroit; Sanatorium, Battle Creek; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; County Court House, Kalamazoo; Soldier's Home, Grand Rapids; Steamers "Alabama" and "Virginia" at dock, Muskegon; County Court House, Bay City; Ferry Boats in Black River, Port Huron; View of Grand Circus Park, showing Pingree and Maybury Monuments, Central M.E. Church and Y.M.C.A. Building, Detroit; Michigan Ave., Lansing; New Michigan Central Station, Detroit; Hamilton Avenue Bridge, Flint; New City Hall, Battle Creek; Main Street, Ann Arbor; Grand Circuit Meet, Exposition Park, Kalamazoo; John Ball Park, Grand Rapids; Hotel Wenona and Park, Bay City; View of Campus Martiu

Image of Greetings From Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.068

Greetings From Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.068

On reverse: "The lovely state of Michigan is one of America's favorite travel and vacation states. Pictured: Detroit's Renaissance Center, Tahquamenon Falls in the Upper Peninsula, Capitol Building at Lansing, Mackinac Bridge and Point Betsie Lighthouse on Lake Michigan.

Image of Michigan Seasons - 2015-01-001.V06.069

Michigan Seasons - 2015-01-001.V06.069

Shores, apple blossoms, Holland tulips, sailboats, autumn trees, and skiers.

Image of Michigan: A Deluxe View Folder - 2015-01-001.V06.072

Michigan: A Deluxe View Folder - 2015-01-001.V06.072

Sunset at Grand Haven; Michigan tart cherries; The "Soo Locks"; Michigan shoreline; Golden autumn; Main Street, Mackinaw Island; Michigan sand dunes; Michigan White-tailed Deer; Great Lakes lighthouse; Bond Falls; Jefferson Avenue, Detroit; Winter carnival, Houghton-Hancock; Gerald R. Ford Museum, Grand Rapids

Image of Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.093

Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.093

On reverse: "The great State of Michigan is divided into two parts, the Upper and Lower Peninsulas. Almost surrounded by water, it has 3,100 miles of shoreline bordering on four of the five Great Lakes. Made up of 83 counties, Michigan became a state in 1837".

Image of Greetings from Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.094

Greetings from Michigan - 2015-01-001.V06.094

On reverse: "Capital: Lansing. Area: 58,216 Sq. Mi. Population: 8,875,083, Motto: Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice. If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you. Flower: Apple Blossom. Bird: Robin. 26th State admitted to the Union".

Image of Michigan's State Stone - 2015-01-001.V06.095

Michigan's State Stone - 2015-01-001.V06.095

On reverse: "Petosky Stones - State stones of Michigan, may be found along the shores of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, as well as in glacial drift throughout Lower Michigan. Used for making jewelry and ornaments".

Image of Lansing - 2015-01-001.V07.017

Lansing - 2015-01-001.V07.017

On reverse: "Michigan's Capital City is an attractive, thriving community. The Oldsmobile automobile plant and many other industries provide excellent employment for a stable economy. Many parks and scenic areas enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors alike".

Image of Lansing Michigan - 2015-01-001.V07.018

Lansing Michigan - 2015-01-001.V07.018

On reverse: "Capital city of the state of Michigan. Capitol Building - MSU stadium - Beaumont Tower - Aerial View - Civic Center - State Office Complex - Reutter Memorial Fountain.

Image of Lansing - 2015-01-001.V07.019

Lansing - 2015-01-001.V07.019

On reverse: "Top: Beaumont Tower, MSU - Capitol Building - Michigan Historical Museum and Library, Bottom: Spartan Stadium and Breslin Center, MSU"

Image of Lansing - 2015-01-001.V07.021a

Lansing - 2015-01-001.V07.021a

On reverse: "In addition to the State Capitol, downtown Lansing has many fine stores and restaurants. With modern facilities and friendly people, it is an excellent convention city".

Image of Oldsmobile Parade - 2015-01-001.V09.081

Oldsmobile Parade - 2015-01-001.V09.081

Parade of Oldsmobiles, Lansing, Michigan, 1903

Image of The State Capitol Building, Lansing Michigan - 2015-01-001.V10.089

The State Capitol Building, Lansing Michigan - 2015-01-001.V10.089

Located at 101 N Capitol Ave. On reverse: "The beautifully domed capitol building is representative of the character of the people whom it serves. Michigan has grown since statehood in 1837 to a position of eminence in all phases of human endeavor and environment."

Image of Lansing, Michigan - 2015-01-001.V10.090

Lansing, Michigan - 2015-01-001.V10.090

On reverse: "In addition to the State Capitol, downtown Lansing has many fine stores and restaurants. With modern facilities and friendly people, it is an excellent convention city."

Image of State Capitol, Lansing, Michigan - 2015-01-001.V11.098

State Capitol, Lansing, Michigan - 2015-01-001.V11.098

Located at 101 N Capitol Ave. On reverse: "Erected in 1879, the beautifully domed capitol building houses the legislative and administrative branches of state government. Visitors are welcome to tour the building located in downtown Lansing".