View of Hudson, Lenawee County, M.I., 1868 / drawn & published by A. Ruger.
This bird’s-eye view print of Hudson, Michigan was drawn and published by Albert Ruger, Chicago Lith. Co. in 1868. Hudson was settled by Europeans in the 1830's in Michigan’s Raisin Valley.
The Michigan Southern Railway reached Hudson in the 1850s.
The image includes labeled roads, buildings, waterways and railroad route. A lower inset illustration depicts the Union School.
Features numbered references to the following locations:
- Union School.
- Fireman’s Hall.
- M. S. & N. I. R. R. Depot.
- Congregational Church.
- Presbyterian Church.
- Baptist Church.
- Methodist Church.
- Catholic Church.
- Comscock House.
- Hudson House.
- Planing Mills.
- Spoke Factory.
- Foundry & Machine Shops.
- Carriage Factories.
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