This photograph shows the Grand River looking southwest from Michigan Street just before the Bridge Street bridge. The West Side Canal parking lot can be seen across the street. The beautification dams can be seen as well in the Grand River.
This is an image of the rip rap wall of the Grand River just south of the Interurban Bridge. The photographer is looking north toward the Interurban bridge. The Bridge Street bridge and the 6th Street Bride can be seen in the distance.
This photograph shows the west bank of the Grand River at the old Interurban bridge. The West Side canal can be seen just past the bridge and the bank. This area would eventually become the grounds of Ah-Nab-Awen Park and the Gerald R. Ford Museum.
This photograph shows the Grand River looking north toward the Fourth Street dam. The photograph looks like it was taken from the Bridge Street bridge and also shows the beautification dam just north of the Bridge Street bridge.