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Greek Revival (1825-1860)

Identifying Features
Gabled or hipped roof of low pitch; cornice line of main roof and porch roofs emphasized with wide band of trim (this represents the classical entablature and is usually divided into two parts: the frieze above and architrave below); most have porches (either entry or full-width) supported by prominent square or rounded columns, typically of Doric style; front door surrounded by narrow sidelights and a rectangular line of transom lights above, door and lights usually incorporated into more elaborate door surround. (Source: McAlester, 1984)

Mulberry W 219 (1975, 1976, 1985)
Porter E 317 (1975, 1976, 1985)
Superior N 412 (1975, 1976, 1985)

Erie W 308 (1976, 1985)
Haven 808 (1976, 1985)

Albion College North Hall (1985)
Albion College South Hall (1985)
Albion 29680 (1985)
Ash W 210 (1985)
Austin 212 (1985)
Burr Oak 314 (1975)
C Drive N 29100 (1985)
Center W 218 (1985)
Clinton N 411 (1985)
Clinton S 413 (1985)
Crandall 306 (1985)
Eaton N 707 (1985)
Eaton N 719 (1985)
Erie E 507 (1985)
Haven 910 (1985)
Ionia N 505 (1985)
Michigan Ave 2005 (1985)
Michigan Ave 25917 (1985)
Oak W 112 (1985)
Pearl N 101 (1985)
Pearl N 102 (1985)
Pearl S 220 (1985)
Pearl S 226 (1985)
Pine E 306 (1985)
Porter E 406 (1985)
Porter E 414 (1985)
Porter E 502 (1985)
Porter W 125-127 (1997)
Porter W 218-220 (1985)
Walnut W 115 (1985)

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