Albion Interactive History / 108 West Erie Street

Albion Interactive History

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108 West Erie Street, c.1895

Block +
US Census Block # 34-304 (Block 61)

Style
Residential Queen Anne

Historic Designation +
Calhoun County Historic Preservation Plan, 1975
Report of the Historic District Study Committee, 1976
Albion Area Historical Architectural Survey, 1985
National Register Listed, August 18, 1997

Architecture
A two-story, brick veneered dwelling carrying a hipped roof with cross gables and a five-sided tower. The bay configuration is asymmetrical. The house features fish scale patterned gables, a curved corner, and a coursed stone foundation. An “L” shaped porch runs along the front (south) and one-fourth of the east side of the house. The porch is of rough-faced stone with a flat roof with entablature, supported by round columns, tripled at the corners. The property contains a two-story Queen Anne carriage house in the rear.

Source: National Park Service; Superior Street Commercial Historic District Registration Form. Prepared by Lloyd Baldwin. October 1996.


Source: Isaac Kremer, 2000.

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