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Detroit and its banks by Arthur M. Woodford, 1974, Published for Detroit Bank & Trust . Detroit and its banks. the story of Detroit Bank & Trust.
Detroit and its banks. by Arthur M. Woodford. Published 1974 by Published for Detroit Bank & Trust Co. by Wayne State University Press in Detroit. Internet Archive Wishlist, History, Detroit Bank and Trust Company, Detroit Bank & Trust Company. Bibliography: p. 275-280.
Arthur M. Woodford, also a native of Detroit, was born in 1940. He was educated at the University of Wisconsin, Wayne State University, and the University of Michigan, from which he received his Master of Library Science degree. Библиографические данные. All Our Yesterdays: A Brief History of Detroit. Frank B. Woodford, Arthur M.
Arthur M. Woodford (1974), Detroit and its banks: the story of Detroit Bank & Trust, Wayne State University Press, p. 74, ISBN 0-8143-1521-6. Carlisle, Fred, ed. (1890), Chronography of Notable Events in the History of the Northwest Territory and Wayne County, Detroit: . Gulley, Bornman, pp. 206–207, OCLC 13694600. php?title Charles Howard (Detroit)&oldid 879256155". Mr. Woodford is Assistant to the Personnel Director of the Detroit Public Library. All Our Yesterdays: A Brief History of Detroit A Savoyard book.
In 1840, Howard came to Detroit, now a partner in the shipping firm of Bronson, Crocker, and Howard, to establish an. .
In 1840, Howard came to Detroit, now a partner in the shipping firm of Bronson, Crocker, and Howard, to establish an agency for the firm. In 1848, he entered a partnership with N. P. Stewart, continuing his shipping and forwarding business and also as a railroad contractor, building substantial portions of the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad line, although. 74, ISBN 0-8143-1521-6