Albion Interactive History / Style / Craftsman

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Craftsman (1905-1930)

Identifying Features
Low-pitched, gabled roof (occasionally hipped) with wide, unenclosed eave overhang; roof rafters usually exposed; decorative (false) beams or braces commonly added under gables; porches, either full- or partial-width, with roof supported by tapered square columns; columns or pedestals frequently extend to ground level (without a break at level of porch floor). (Source: McAlester, 1984)

Albion S 210 (1985)
Allen Place 407 (1985)
Allen Place 410 (1985)
Austin 307 (1985)
Austin 714 (1985)
Burr Oak 315 (1985)
Burr Oak 601 (1985)
Cass E 507 (1985)
Clinton N 509 (1985)
Clinton S 408 (1985)
Clinton S 508 (1985)
Clinton S 510 (1985)
Crandall 406 (1985)
Darrow 412 (1985)
Darrow 416 (1985)
Eaton N 507 (1985)
Eaton S 1008 (1985)
Eaton S 1010 (1985)
Elizabeth 410 (1985)
Elizabeth 413 (1985)
Elizabeth 419 (1985)
Erie E 702 (1985)
Erie E 708 (1985)
Erie W 110-112 (Residential Craftsman and Prairie Style Building) (1997)Erie W 903 (1985)
Erie W 911 (1985)
Erie W 926 (1985)
Hall 922 (1985)
Ionia N 811 (1985)
Ionia N 904 (1985)
Ionia N 921 (1985)
Irwin 305 (1985)
Irwin 830 (1985)
Lombard 420 (1985)
Maple 809 (1985)
Michigan E 1204 (1985)
Michigan 1314 (1985)
Michigan 1318 (1985)
Michigan 1544 (1985)
Michigan 1564 (1985)
Michigan (M99) 1781 (1985)
Mingo N 310 (1985)
Oak W 213 (1985)
Park 204 (1985)
Pearl S 219 (1985)
Perry 1109 (1985)
Perry 1211 (1985)
Perry 507 (1985)
Pine E 105 (1985)
Pine E 209 (1985)
Prospect N 810 (1985)
Superior S 911 (1985)

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