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    Designed by Peter Dederichs. Saint Joachim Roman Catholic Church, southwest corner of East Fort Street and Dubois built 1885-1886 Elmwood Park, Detroit, MI.

    Demolished: 1934
    St. Joachims was an outgrowth from Ste. Anne's parish.
    The church was lost to a fire.
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p69rrh51 View Post
    Designed by Peter Dederichs. Saint Joachim Roman Catholic Church, southwest corner of East Fort Street and Dubois built 1885-1886 Elmwood Park, Detroit, MI.

    Demolished: 1934
    St. Joachims was an outgrowth from Ste. Anne's parish.
    The church was lost to a fire.
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
    This is the church my great-grandmother attended until she and my great-grandfather moved to Cleveland temporarily in 1903. I don't think I've ever seen a picture of it, so thank you very much. When they returned to Detroit in 1906 they moved into the St. Charles Borromeo parish, which of course still exists today.
    Last edited by EastsideAl; March-07-17 at 09:53 AM.

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    Designed by Hawthorne & Schmiedeke. Bowlerama 21630 West Seven Mile built in 1958 Seven Mile Evergreen Neighborhood, Detroit, MI. Includes an article featuring 21630 West Seven Mile from a 1958 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    This firm specialized in bowling center design.
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    Designed by John W. Case. William R. Hamilton Funeral Home, 3975 Cass Avenue built in 1930 Art Center Music School Historic District, Detroit, MI.
    Current status unknown to me.
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    Designed by J. Lawson Miller for Emmet Merrell. The Emmet Terrace, 3095-3105 Seventeenth/2511-2519 Ash built 1909-1910 North Corktown, Detroit, MI. Includes an article featuring The terrace from a 1910 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Designed by Clarence E. Day. 18254 Wildemere built in 1926 University District, Detroit, MI. Includes an advertisement featuring the house from a 1927 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Normally garages, carriage houses and other ancillary buildings do not get my attention, but a carriage house designed by Marcus R. Burrowes does.
    Designed by Marcus R. Burrowes for Harry C. Bulkley. Carriage House 749 Seminole built in 1922 Indian Village Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Malcomson & Higginbotham for Agnes Inglis. 102 Garfield built in 1891 Midtown, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Peter Dederichs. Sacred Heart Parish Rectory, 1000 Eliot built in 1884 Eastern Market, Detroit, MI.
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    This house is next door to the first house my parents owned.
    Designed and built by the J. H. O'Hara Company. 4883 Harvard built in 1929 East English Village, Detroit, MI.
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    Built from plans available through The Craftsman Bungalow Company, Seattle, WA. #634-The Areoplane, 3044 Lawrence built in 1923 Linwood-Dexter Neighborhood, Detroit, MI. Includes images from a The Craftsman Bungalow Company catalog, circa 1920.
    The house was designed by Yoho & Merritt of The Craftsman Bungalow Company.
    Many of the original details are missing.
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    Designed by Richard H. Marr for Dr. Clayton H. Gracey. 2455 West Boston Boulevard built in 1919 Boston-Edison Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Robert H. Snyder. Barat House 5250 John R built 1960-1961 Midtown, Detroit, MI. Includes an article featuring the building from a 1960 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Built for the Youth Service Bureau of the League of Catholic Women.
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    Designed by Edwin W. Gregory for Frederick B. Pierson. 642 Atkinson built in 1905 Detroit, MI.
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    I love that Japanese style bungalow. Looks like the kind of houses I used to see in the East Bay when I lived in the northern part of Oakland, CA. I've noticed a few similar craftsman houses in Highland Park, but I didn't realize that there were any over in that Linwood-Dexter area (probably because I never get over that way these days).

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    Quote Originally Posted by p69rrh51 View Post
    Designed by John W. Case. William R. Hamilton Funeral Home, 3975 Cass Avenue built in 1930 Art Center Music School Historic District, Detroit, MI.
    Current status unknown to me.
    My mother worked here as a teenager and was friends with the Hamilton family for many years. I believe the building has been essentially abandoned since about 2013, after the decline of the Art Center School of Music. Hopefully, with the boom in the surrounding area, someone will do something with it soon.

    Here is a short thread on it from last year:
    http://www.detroityes.com/mb/showthr...s-Ave-Building

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