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Digital Collection

Newspapers

Willard Library Newspaper Collection: Search and view historical local newspapers on library computers (1846-present), or in the comfort of your home with your Willard Library card (1846-1923 only).

Battle Creek Shopper News: Search and view the entire collection of the Battle Creek Shopper on library computers, or in the comfort of your home with your Willard Library card. 

Willard Library Newspaper Index covers the local newspapers from 1967-March 2012

Obituaries: Request an obituary.  Dates of obituaries occurring between 1967-March 2012 can be found in the newspaper index. Prior to 1967, you must know the approximate year of the obituary you are requesting.


Yearbooks

Digitized yearbooks are available for the five area public high schools. The collection currently includes: Battle Creek Central High School (1894-2002); Harper Creek High School (1962-2001); Lakeview High School (1925-2002); Pennfield High School (1979-2002); and Springfield High School (1956-1989). Yearbooks are accessible online with a current Willard Library card or on-site to guests.


City Directories

Search and view Battle Creek City Directories (1869-2015) onsite, or in the comfort of your home with your Willard Library card (1869-1923).


Tales of Battle Creek

Authored by the city's ideal biographer, Berenice Bryant Lowe, in 1976,Tales of Battle Creek "...provides a loving, spirited, and always accurate chronicle of the who-what-when-where-why of Battle Creek's past" with more than 16 pages of photographs of early Battle Creek. Brought to you through a collaboration with Heritage Battle Creek.

Listen to an interview with Bernice Lowe conducted by a Lakeview High School student. This file was provided to Willard Library by Lakeview High School Library.


Historical Images of Battle Creek, Michigan

The Historical Images of Battle Creek collection includes more than 17,000 photographs and is comprised of five collections:

  • Battle Creek Homes & Buildings, c. 1940: A catalog, by street, of all of the buildings within the 1940 boundaries of Battle Creek with images

  • Photographs from Battle Creek's History: A searchable selection of 5,500 photographs selected from the files of Willard Library from 19th and 20th century Battle Creek.

  • Dorothy Martich Black History Photo Archive: Represents many years of research by local historians Dorothy and Michael Martich documenting the history of the Battle Creek African-American community.

  • Country Club Hills Association: circa 1923

  • Stuart A. Lassen Historical Battle Creek Postcard Collection: Stuart A. Lassen spent 21 years collecting postcards, advertising and trade cards of early Battle Creek. Through Lassen's generous donation to digitize this collection, he created a legacy by sharing Battle Creek's history with future generations. The Stuart A. Lassen Postcard Collection was cataloged by Jane Ratner

Construction of the Old Merchants Building Photo Collection


Local History Bookshelf Online

Links to books about Battle Creek and Calhoun County history, including W.K. Kellogg, Kellogg Co., Sojourner Truth, Underground Railroad, and C.W. Post.


Sanborn Fire Maps

Sanborn Fire Map

Additional Sanborn Fire Maps can be found through the Library of Congress.


Face to Face with Dave Eddy

A collection of local interviews conducted by news host Dave Eddy at Access Vision.


Probate Index

Discover the wills and probate records of your family members and ancestors to learn what they left behind. The Calhoun County Probate Index will provide the probate file number to locate the probate records for an individual. Although the Index contains entries from 1835 through 1990, the collection of files on microfilm (located at the Helen Warner Branch) is not complete and only contain records from 1835-1950. Please contact us to see if we have the file you are looking for. If you are looking for a probate record we do not have, contact the Calhoun County Probate Court at (269) 969-6794.


Sours: https://willardlibrary.org/index.php/localhistory

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Hugh RopHugh Rop, 80, of Battle Creek, Mich., passed away August 3, 2020, at home, surrounded by his loving family, after a battle with cancer.
Hugh, the son of John and Nellie (Vander Wel) Rop, was born and grew up in Muskegon, where he was a 1960 graduate of Muskegon High School. He attended the University of Tulsa, (OK) and graduated in 1964 with a degree in accounting.
While in Tulsa, Hugh worked at St. Francis Hospital. Hugh joined the Kellogg Company, where he eventually retired in 1999 after more than 30 years.
Hugh was married to his wife, Joan (Stasunas), whom he met in Muskegon, for over 57 years.
He leaves behind his loving family: wife, Joan Rop; son Michael Hugh Rop, of Battle Creek; daughter, Angela Marie Morris, of Battle Creek; son Steven Andrew Rop (Patty), of Oakton, Va.; grandchildren, Zachary and Ashley Morris, and Davis and Mia Rop; siblings, Jack Rop, Retha Johnson and John Rop, of Muskegon, Julie Ruster, of Rochester, Wash.; and several nieces and nephews.
Hugh was preceded by his mother, Nellie (Vander Wei) Rop; his father, John Rop; and sisters Sandy (Dr. James) Cook, Frances (Harold) Soper.
He enjoyed spending his time reading, playing many sports, including softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. Hugh loved camping and going to the Lake Michigan beaches with his family. He was proud of the fact that he camped for at least two weeks every summer for over 50 straight years at his favorite campground, Ludington State Park. Upon retirement, Hugh was a daily visitor to Willard Library, followed by lunch with friends at The Pancake House. Hugh was a member of the Kellogg 25 Year Club and Covenant Hope Church.
Cremation has taken place. A memorial service for Hugh’s immediate family will be officiated by his brother Rev. John Rop, at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, at the funeral home.
The memorial service for Hugh will be live streamed. Those wishing to share may go to: https://vimeo.com/event/207808 or the funeral home Facebook page.
The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Oaklawn Hospice, 1344 Preston Drive, Marshall, Ml 49036 or Covenant Hope Church, 1021 Wagner Drive, Battle Creek, Ml. 49017.

Arrangements are by Farley Estes Dowdle Funeral Home & Cremation Care. Personal messages for the family may be placed at www.farleyestesdowdle.com.

Hugh Rop
Sours: https://www.thebattlecreekshopper.com/
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Digital Collection

Newspapers

Willard Library Newspaper Collection: Search and view historical local newspapers on library computers (1846-present), or in the comfort of your home with your Willard Library card (1846-1923 only).

Battle Creek Shopper News: Search and view the entire collection of the Battle Creek Shopper on library computers, or in the comfort of your home with your Willard Library card. 

Willard Library Newspaper Index covers the local newspapers from 1967-March 2012

Obituaries: Request an obituary.  Dates of obituaries occurring between 1967-March 2012 can be found in the newspaper index. Prior to 1967, you must know the approximate year of the obituary you are requesting.


Yearbooks

Digitized yearbooks are available for the five area public high schools. The collection currently includes: Battle Creek Central High School (1894-2002); Harper Creek High School (1962-2001); Lakeview High School (1925-2002); Pennfield High School (1979-2002); and Springfield High School (1956-1989). Yearbooks are accessible online with a current Willard Library card or on-site to guests.


City Directories

Search and view Battle Creek City Directories (1869-2015) onsite, or in the comfort of your home with your Willard Library card (1869-1923).


Tales of Battle Creek

Authored by the city's ideal biographer, Berenice Bryant Lowe, in 1976,Tales of Battle Creek "...provides a loving, spirited, and always accurate chronicle of the who-what-when-where-why of Battle Creek's past" with more than 16 pages of photographs of early Battle Creek. Brought to you through a collaboration with Heritage Battle Creek.

Listen to an interview with Bernice Lowe conducted by a Lakeview High School student. This file was provided to Willard Library by Lakeview High School Library.


Historical Images of Battle Creek, Michigan

The Historical Images of Battle Creek collection includes more than 17,000 photographs and is comprised of five collections:

  • Battle Creek Homes & Buildings, c. 1940: A catalog, by street, of all of the buildings within the 1940 boundaries of Battle Creek with images

  • Photographs from Battle Creek's History: A searchable selection of 5,500 photographs selected from the files of Willard Library from 19th and 20th century Battle Creek.

  • Dorothy Martich Black History Photo Archive: Represents many years of research by local historians Dorothy and Michael Martich documenting the history of the Battle Creek African-American community.

  • Country Club Hills Association: circa 1923

  • Stuart A. Lassen Historical Battle Creek Postcard Collection: Stuart A. Lassen spent 21 years collecting postcards, advertising and trade cards of early Battle Creek. Through Lassen's generous donation to digitize this collection, he created a legacy by sharing Battle Creek's history with future generations. The Stuart A. Lassen Postcard Collection was cataloged by Jane Ratner

Construction of the Old Merchants Building Photo Collection


Local History Bookshelf Online

Links to books about Battle Creek and Calhoun County history, including W.K. Kellogg, Kellogg Co., Sojourner Truth, Underground Railroad, and C.W. Post.


Sanborn Fire Maps

Sanborn Fire Map

Additional Sanborn Fire Maps can be found through the Library of Congress.


Face to Face with Dave Eddy

A collection of local interviews conducted by news host Dave Eddy at Access Vision.


Probate Index

Discover the wills and probate records of your family members and ancestors to learn what they left behind. The Calhoun County Probate Index will provide the probate file number to locate the probate records for an individual. Although the Index contains entries from 1835 through 1990, the collection of files on microfilm (located at the Helen Warner Branch) is not complete and only contain records from 1835-1950. Please contact us to see if we have the file you are looking for. If you are looking for a probate record we do not have, contact the Calhoun County Probate Court at (269) 969-6794.


Sours: https://willardlibrary.org/index.php/localhistory/370-digital-collection
Man dead after chase with officers in Battle Creek

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Raymond E. UrenRaymond Ernest Uren, 76, of Battle Creek, died Thursday, July 30, 2020, losing his battle of bladder cancer.
Mr. Uren, the son of the late Larry and Ida Uren, was born in Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 1, 1944. His education included graduation from Ann Arbor High School in 1962, followed by one year of college. He became a radio announcer and was employed by several broadcast companies.
He was a Class A butterfly swimmer in the early 1960s. He was an avid golfer, member of several senior golf leagues and participated in the Senior PGA Tours from 1980 to 1995. He enjoyed cooking, music, reading and nature. His love for nature made him an avid camper.
He is survived by son and caregiver, Barry J. Uren, of Battle Creek; stepdaughter, Cherrie Brighton, Rothbury, Mich.; granddaughters, Amy Lynn Uren and Sasha Ann Uren, both of Battle Creek.

Memorial services are planned for later this year.
Arrangements: T M Hughes-Perry Mortuary, LLC.

Raymond E. Uren
Sours: https://www.thebattlecreekshopper.com/archives

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