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Colonial Revival (1880-1955)

Identifying Features
Accentuated front door, normally with decorative crown (pediment) supported by pilasters, or extended forward and supported by slender columns to form entry porch; doors commonly have overhead fanlights or sidelights; facade normally shows symmetrically balanced windows and center door (less commonly with door off-center); windows with double-hung sashes, usually with multi-pane glazing in one or both sashes; windows frequently in adjacent pairs. (Source: McAlester, 1984)

Erie E 514 (Dr. W. O’Donoughue) (1975, 1985)

Albion College Central Building (1985)
Albion College Stockwell Library (1985)
Allen Place 413 (1985)
Austin 117 (1985)
Berrien N 200 (1985)
Burr Oak N 915 (1985)
Cass W 112 (Georgian Colonial Revival) (1985, 1997)
Cass E 214 (1985)
Colfax 205 (1985)
Colfax 209 (1985)
Colfax 211 (1985)
Crandall 503 (1985)
Crandall 506 (1985)
Eaton N 1218 (1985)
Elizabeth 415 (1985)
Erie E 400 (1985)
Erie E 405 (1985)
Erie W 202 (1997)
Ingham N 110 (1985)
Ionia N 920 (1985)
Ionia N 922 (1985)
Ionia S 400 (1985)
Irwin 318 (1985)
Irwin 510 (1985)
Irwin 612 (1985)
Michigan E 501 (1985)
Michigan E 810 (1985)
Michigan E 1109 (1985)
Michigan E 1433 (1985)
Monroe N 802 (1985)
Monroe N 925 (1985)
North E 210 (1985)
North E 212 (1985)
Pine E 309 (1985)
Pine W 110 (1985)
Starr Commonwealth Gladsome Cottage (1985)
Superior S 905 (1985)
Superior S 915 (1985)
Superior S 1010 (1985)

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