Lumber Day in Saginaw … make that Chesaning!

(Apr 27, 2015) Brett Russell shares: Not to correct your article, but I actually believe the bottom black and white photo was taken in Chesaning, MI. The building in the background looks like the Nason Block, which still stands today. The building far left where the brick color changes I believe to be the Chesaning State Bank. This photo would have been taken on Broad St. just before the intersection of Saginaw St.

Saginaw – Winter street scene, photographer unknown

This black and white photo shows winter carts loaded with lumber on an unidentified street in Saginaw. It’s from Seeking Michigan .

3 thoughts on “Lumber Day in Saginaw … make that Chesaning!

  1. Not to correct your article, but I actually believe the bottom black and white photo was taken in Chesaning, MI. The building in the background looks like the Nason Block, which still stands today. The building far left where the brick color changes I believe to be the Chesaning State Bank. This photo would have been taken on Broad St. just before the intersection of Saginaw St.

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