I went down Genesee Street recently and it was strange to see an empty lot where the Rib Shack once stood. Thank you for Subscribing to Pure Saginaw, If you have not subscribed yet, It would mean a lot
It’s Thursday so time for a throwback pic. I took this photo a few years ago of the dandelions at Hoyt Park. I figured since it is supposed to get bone-chilling cold I would post a nice sunny warm photo.
This beautiful blue house that sits on Fayette Street was the carriage house for the Davis Mansion that sat on Michigan Avenue. The House was turned into the Saginaw Osteopathic Hospital and eventually raized for the hospital building that stands
I have not posted anything in a while because it has been half rain and half snow and half yuck so I have not been out taking any pics. I was going through some old photos and I came across
I came across this old photo of Mitts & Merrill Foundry. I am not sure where Tilden street was or is. Mitts & Merrill had a foundry along the river on Water Street. That is where the Saginaw River Walk
Yeah I know, Autumn is a distant memory now that we are in January and started a new decade. I have been busy over the holidays and with the gray and gloomy weather did not get out much to take
I was at the Castle Museum the other day and I was checking out the Saginaw County Sports Hall Of Fame. I had forgotten about the professional basketball team that played at the civic center until I saw the display.
By the time I was born traveling by rail was pretty much over. It is hard for me to imagine a day when the old train depot was busy with passengers coming in and out of the old station. I
I don’t remember the old Wiechmann’s Department Store downtown. It was on the corner of Genessee and Jefferson. From looking at the truck in the photos this pic must have been taken in the late 1980s. The corner is just
Lovira Hart Jr., an early pioneer of Tuscola County, built the Hart Schoolhouse with the help of his neighbors sometime between 1855 and 1860. It was built on Hart’s property on Hart Road, an eighth of a mile south of