Browse Items (47 total)

  • Subject is exactly "Douglas (Mich.)"
Go to Jeanmarie Hays Arnold (Audio interview and transcript), 2018 item page

Jean Arnold describes growing up Douglas with many memories of various jobs she held as a teenager. She also describes her encounters with the LGBT community in the 70's
Go to Douglas, Michigan water tower item page

Photograph of the Douglas, Michigan water tower, with foliage in the foreground.
Go to The Club House of West Shore Golf Links, Douglas, Mich. postcard item page

Postcard featuring a landscape view of "The Club House" at West Shore Golf Links in Douglas, Michigan. The postcard depicts a clubhouse with an active hillside golf course out front. To the right of the building there is a water tower nearby. The…
Go to West Shore Golf Links, Douglas, Mich. postcard item page

Black and white postcard of West Shore Golf Links in Douglas, Michigan. The postcard depicts the first tee of a golf game and has many individuals on the course. The back of the postcard has no handwriting on it other than the note "1st Tee 1952."
Go to Outdoor scenes of Saugatuck Postcard Series item page

Series of four postcards highlighting the natural beauty found in Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan. The postcards feature the Big Pavilion on the riverfront, the Saugatuck Country Club, a yacht approaching the Saugatuck harbor, and Lake Shore Drive in…
Go to Raymond Foster (Audio interview and transcript), 2018 item page

Ray Foster grew up on a family farm near Douglas, Michigan. In this interivew, Foster remembers the motorcycle gangs driving through town during summer holiday weekends, the rock music festival in 1968, and the Saugatuck Jazz Festival.
Go to Barbara Kizonas (Audio interview and transcript), 2018 item page

Barbara Kiszonas grew up on the South side of Chicago but shares memories of spending summers in Saugatuck-Douglas as a camper and as a camp councilor.
Go to Douglas - Saugatuck Art and Recreation Center map postcard item page

Black and white postcard of the "Douglas-Saugatuck Michigan Art and Recreation Center," which features a map of the Saugatuck-Douglas area and their proximity to the Kalamazoo River and Lake Michigan. The back of the postcard has no handwriting other…
Go to Robert Lord (Audio interview and transcript), 2018 item page

Bob Lord moved to a historic home in Saugatuck in 1978. In this interview he covers the history of his home, known as "The 1894 House." He details some of his favorite summer activities, and offers some hopes for the future of Saugatuck.
Go to Joy Muehlenbeck and Jerry Muehlenbeck-Elsinga (Audio interview and transcript), 2018 item page

Sisters Joy Muehlenbeck and Jerry Elsinga describe adjusting to Saugatuck as young women after living in Chicago. Considerable discussion about the Pavillion and education in Saugatuck in the 60's and 70's.
Go to Jane Osman (Audio interview and transcript), 2018 item page

Jane discusses working as a waitress in the Saugatuck Douglas area at the Frosted Mug and, later, the Red Wood. She discusses her relationship with the restaurants' owners and the atmosphere of working as a server at that time
Go to Travis Randolph (Audio interview and transcript), 2018 item page

Travis shares memories of Saugatuck from the 1950s, '60s, and '70s.
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2



report a problem with this page