Rogers Brothers Seed Company


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Negatives
Description:
"The Rogers Brothers Seed Company of New York bought property on Fair Avenue near the Fair Grounds - between 10th and 11th Streets - and built a seed elevator. In 1902 the elevator was improved and a storehouse added. In 1903 additional property was purchased and on September 19, 1903 the Rogers Brothers Seed House was completed [and] was a wholesale seed grower and seller and had several large farms in the county. The advertised as being "growers of fancy peas and beans."" They operated until 1940.
Notes:
Above was taken from "The Town That Wouldn't Die" by Robert Haltiner.
Date of Original:
c 1900
Dimensions:
Width: 3062 px
Height: 2535 px
Image Dimensions:
Image Width: 3062px
Image Height: 2535px
Subject(s):
Collection:
Knechtel Collection
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dennis Knechtel
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Recommended Citation:
Knechtel Collection, Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188

Rogers Brothers Seed Company
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Rogers Brothers Seed Company


"The Rogers Brothers Seed Company of New York bought property on Fair Avenue near the Fair Grounds - between 10th and 11th Streets - and built a seed elevator. In 1902 the elevator was improved and a storehouse added. In 1903 additional property was purchased and on September 19, 1903 the Rogers Brothers Seed House was completed [and] was a wholesale seed grower and seller and had several large farms in the county. The advertised as being "growers of fancy peas and beans."" They operated until 1940.