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Saugatuck-Douglas Chamber of Commerce

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Armstrong, Joe

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Bllack and white photograph featuring a group of four women and a little girl all gathered in a living room. The generational differences are evident in the ways in which they are dressed as each woman seems to represent a different era. The back of the photograph has two lines of handwriting but the pencil is very faint and thus illegible. The back also features two stamped inscriptions which read: "Saugatuck-Douglas Chamber of Commerce, Saugatuck, Michigan." In the bottom right-hand side there is a stamp which reads: "Joe Armstrong, Allegen, Michigan."

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Digital file contributed by the Saugatuck Douglas History Center as part of the Stories of Summer project.

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