This timeless brochure was developed at the turn of the century and features a numbered pictorial tour. There are images and descriptions of the Molder sculpture, the Post Office, the Albion Train Depot, Superior Street, City Hall, the Farmers’ Market, Lloyd Park, Albion’s Mother of Mother’s Day, the Library, the Gardner House, the Bohm Theatre and the Festival of the Forks.
See how many changes have already happened in Albion downtown since this art was created. Gone – the grain elevator, gone – the block where the new hotel will be. New – the new Albion Fire station. See the news about the upcoming downtown hotel on the progress page – in the top menu.
“Amidst the quiet rolling farmlands and cool lakes of south-central Michigan Albion is nestled along the forks of the Kalamazoo River. To access a printable pdf file, click here.