Standard Size Chrome Postcard in Very Good, Unused Condition. This post card was published in 1973 by Freeman Studios of Berrien Springs, Michigan.
Back of Card:
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church is the oldest Lutheran Church in the Saginaw Valley and one of the oldest in the State of Michigan, founded in 1845. The replica, reconstructed in 1963 by Wm. Zehnder, Jr. on its original site, was the first log cabin used as a parsonage, church and school for the Chippewa Indians. The Church Bells were brought over by the Early Settlers from Nuernberg, Germany.
Photography by John D. Freeman
Frankenmuth, Michigan where the gemuelichkeit of Old Bavaria blends with the hospitality of New America. Located 6 minutes off 1-75 Expressway.
Wavy lines on chrome postcards are from my scanner and NOT on the actual card.
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