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Gothic Revival (1840-1880)

Identifying Features
Steeply pitched roof, usually with steep cross gables (roof normally side-gabled, less commonly front-gabled or hipped; rarely flat with castellated parapet); gables commonly have decorated vergeboards; wall surface extending into gable without break (eave or trim normally lacking beneath gable); windows commonly extend into gables, frequently having pointed-arch (Gothic) shape; one-story porch (either entry or full-width) usually present, commonly supported by flattened Gothic arches. (Source: McAlester, 1984)

Erie W 119 [English Gothic Revival Church] (1975, 1976, 1985, 1997)
Superior S 601, German Lutheran Church (1975, 1976, 1985, 1997)

Burr Oak 314 (1975, 1976, 1985)
Eaton N 511 (1975, 1976, 1985)

Cass E 503 (1985)
Michigan E 401 (1985)
Pine W 113 (1985)
Superior N 708 (1985)

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