The Toledo News-Bee July 31, 1917
BEAN ELEVATOR TO HAVE BIG CAPACITY
Toledo's bean elevator, being erected between the Ann Arbor and Terminal railroads on Elmst, will be five stories high. It will have a capacity of 100,000 bushels of beans and 50,000 bushels of potatoes. More than 300 women will be employed.
The Owosso Argus-Press Sept. 6, 1917
The Ann Arbor depot at Oak Grove was struck by lightning last night and burned to the ground. The structure was of brick and was built only a little over a year ago. It was the second depot at that place to burn in two years.