Michigan Farm Bureau Centennial | 1940s
Michigan Farm Bureau centennial site celebrating 100 years of Michigan Farm Bureau.
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What’s buzzin’, cousin?

Two swell dames leaving the Lansing City Market in the 1940s cross Cedar Street in front of a small Farmers Petroleum service station. Both facilities were located immediately north of the original Michigan [State] Farm Bureau home office, which would’ve stood just outside the frame to the left at 221 N. Cedar Street. Today these ladies would be facing the left field corner of Cooley Law School Stadium­­­—home of the Lansing Lugnuts—looking roughly down the third-base line toward home plate.

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