The Ski Jumping Hill Archive lists this jump as having a k-point at 35m with a hill record of 38,4m or 128 ft. They report the jump as being constructed in 1928 and converted in 1938 (rebuilt after it was destroyed by a windstorm in August 1934). The new jump was destroyed by another storm in the 1940’s. The jump was operated by the Red Wing Ski Club and the Detroit Ski Club.
Built by the Hall brothers, it was the Bloomer Jump because it was in Bloomer Park. Now in Rochester Hills, the park still exists at the far end of John R., although according to the park website the remains of the jump are on private land at the edge of the park, just west of the CCC Stone Shelter.
In a long article posted on the Rochester-Rochester Hills Patch web site, author Tiffany Stozicki recounts stories from Penny Frank Reddish of Rochester whose father and uncle helped Henry Hall construct the jump on Newberry Hill. Among many interesting facts, she says the jump was not in Bloomer Park but on Newberry Hill off Newberry Rd. as Bloomer Rd. was then known. The site is now in the Bluffs subdivision where you can still see the foundations of the grandstand where crowds of thousands gathered to watch the jumpers.