Mount Clemens Public Library Local History and Genealogy Databases

Pageant of Progress Index

Pageant of Progress was a special newspaper supplement published in July, 1928 by the Nellis Newspapers.  The ten-section supplement provided a pictorial overview of the history of commercial and industrial development in the communities of Macomb County, Michigan.  The sections of Pageant of Progress are divided as follows: I: Macomb County history and government; II: Macomb County public utilities, agriculture, organizations, and Selfridge Field; III: Mount Clemens history, government, schools, churches, industry and business; IV: Mount Clemens hotels, bath houses, clubs and business; V: Mount Clemens business and professional; VI: St. Clair Shores; VII: New Baltimore, New Haven, Richmond, Romeo, Memphis, Armada, Utica; VIII: Washington Memorial Park; IX: Warren, Center Line, Fraser, Van Dyke; X: Halfway (Eastpointe), Roseville.

This name index was created through volunteer labor by the members of the Macomb County Genealogy Group.  Copies of Pageant of Progress may be viewed at Mount Clemens Public Library home and at most public libraries in Macomb County.

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Last Name First Name Section & Page
Abar Leo6-4
Abbey Bertha1-3
Abbey Bertha E.10-5, 10-15
Abbey Harley10-21
Abbott James3-2
Acker Muriel5-10
Ackerman E.J.7-11
Ackerman Harold10-8
Ackerman Mamie E.7-11
Ackerman Michael9-16

This database was created by the Macomb County Genealogy Group and is maintained by Mount Clemens Public Library home.

Last update: December 29, 2011
Current database size: 5,024 records