Photo 1 by Tom Fritsch (Oct. 12, 1986).
Photo 2 by Dave and Mary Ann Shaver (Oct. 11, 1986).
Photo 3 by unknown (Sept. 11, 1945).
Photos 4-9 by Dave Tower (Sept. 1996).
Photos 10 & 11 by Gyla Schnauffer (2000).
Photo 12 by Marcia Rubin.
Photo 13 by David Spring (May 19, 2007).
Photos 14 & 15 by Gregory S. Hamilton (Oct. 21, 2009).
Photo 16 & 17 by unknown.
Photo 18 Bing Map's bird's eye view.
Photos 19 & 20 by Martha Dougherty (2009).
Photos 21-24 by Tom Keenan (Aug. 30, 2014).
Photos 25-28 by Bill Eichelberger (July 19, 2015).
Photo 3: The 1945 view was taken to show the projected path of the Lake Erie - Ohio River Canal and the Grand River Dam. The photograph was used to document the proposed path the canal would follow and showed how the local area and people would be affected. If the project had been built, the town of Rock Creek would have had to be abandoned due to the dam and resulting lake. The impact would have dramatically affected the area and the total project had questionable financial benefits and the project was eventually abandoned thus preserving a unique and beautiful Mail Pouch sign.