Berrien County Business Photo's

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Benton Harbor, Chevrolet Agency, 'Bill' Bridges, mechanic. Photo Circa early to mid 1930's.
Submitted By Barbara Probst
Benton Harbor Fire Department. Charles David McKie standing in front of BHFD ,date unknown , Charles was born in 1920.
Submitted By David McKie
Buchanan, Excelsior Block. Ross & Alexander, Proprietors.
Donated By Davis F "Doc" Ball
Niles City, Bond House. A. W. Hall Proprietor.
Donated By Davis F "Doc" Ball
Niles City, Industrial Steam Flouring Mill. L. Bingham Proprietor.
Donated By Davis F "Doc" Ball
St. Joseph, Perkins House. A. E. Perkins Proprietor.
Donated By Davis F "Doc" Ball
Three Oaks, Featherbone Factory. They originally used turkey featherbones to make stays for corsets. Later years it was used as a sewing factory.
Submitted By Betty Tripp
Three Oaks, Feed & Seed Mill located behind the depot.
Submitted By Betty Tripp
Three Oaks, James Lewis McKie general store. Photo Circa Mid to late 1800's.
James Lewis McKie at the age of eighteen entered the mercantile establishment owned by Henry Chamberlain, of Three Oaks, with whom he remained about ten years. Subsequently, under the firm title of McKie & Warren, he formed a business connection with E.K. Warren, continuing in this partnership from 1868 until 1877. From that year until 1885 he was in business alone, after which he formed a partnership with E.H. Vincent, the title of the firm becoming McKie & Vincent; the establishment is still conducted under this name, although the junior member of the firm died in January, 1893.
Submitted By David McKie
Three Oaks, Train Depot. Photo Taken In 1996.
Submitted By Betty Tripp
Three Oaks, Woodland House Hotel. Landlady was Mary Elizabeth McKie (Bommerscheim) late 1800's early 1900's exact date unknown.
Submitted By David McKie


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