In 1903, Ransom Eli Olds left Oldsmobile, the company that bore his name. He then immediately embarked upon a new entrepreneurial endeavor.
This photo depicts a classic Oldsmobile, appropriately adorned for the Fourth of July.
The above image represents a “lost” piece of history – now discovered and housed within the Archives of Michigan. This blueprint – by famed Lansing architect Darius B. Moon – is to the residence of Ransom E. Olds, father of the Oldsmobile.
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Death Records, 1921-1952
Documents, Family History, Primary Sources
Documents, Primary Sources
State Census, 1827-1874