The Crooks Collection is an unprecedented visual record of the Flint area from the late 19th century through the 1960s.
Arthur F. Crooks started a commercial photography business in Flint in 1914. Following his death in 1933, his nephew Kenneth A. Wallace continued the business through 1969. The Crooks, and later Wallace Studio, gained a reputation as Flint's leading commercial photographer.
Over 8,000 photographs and negatives document local business, industry, institutions, and private citizens.
The Mason Motors Company, 1916.
Flint Auto Show, IMA Auditorium
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