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  1. #2676

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    Designed by Lancelot W. Suckert. Saint Paul's Memorial Episcopal Church House, 14600 Grand River Avenue built 1928-1929 Detroit, MI. Includes a
    n article/rendering of the building from a 1928 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Cornerstone placed: September 9, 1928
    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from unknown source and date.
    The Google Streetview shows that this church/retail building was demolished sometime between May 2009 and August 2009.
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    Designed by Mildner & Eisen. Pfeiffer Brewing Company, 3700 Beaufait built in 1934 Grand-Gratiot Neighborhood, Detroit, MI.

    The firm altered an existing building along with the new construction.
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    Designed by Spier & Gehrke. Peoples State Bank Branch, 3703 Fenkell built in 1923 Dexter-Fenkell Neighborhood, Detroit, MI.

    Currently: Diverse Deliverance Ministries
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    Designed by Albert Kahn for Day Krolik. 240 Mack Avenue built in 1907 Brush Park Historic District, Detroit, MI.

    Extensive remuddling
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    Designed by Moores & Dunford. Grand Trunk Terminal and Cold Storage Plant, 1921 East Ferry built in1927 Milwaukee Junction, Detroit, MI. Includes a
    n article featuring the building from a 1927 edition of the Detroit Times.

    Builder: Bryant & Detwiler Company
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    Designed by Stratton & Baldwin.
    1) St. Francis Home for Orphan Boys, 15100 Woodward Avenue built 1906-1908 Highland Park, MI.
    Cornerstone placed: July 21, 1907
    Dedicated: July 5, 1908
    Demolished: 1956?
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    2) An image of the building from unknown source and date.
    3) An article/rendering featuring the building from a 1906 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    At one time the building housed Lawrence Institute of Technology, now Lawrence Technological University.
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    Designed by Van Leyen & Schilling for the Detroit Council, Knights of Columbus. Knight of Columbus Clubhouse, 4732-4746 Woodward Avenue built in 1910 Midtown, Detroit, MI. Includes an article/photograph featuring the building from a 1910 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
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    Designed and built by the Schowalter Brothers. 19575 Stratford built in 1928 Sherwood Forest Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    Desgined by Philip J. Funke for Edward A. Waxman.
    19595 Renfrew built 1949-1950 Sherwood Forest Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    p69rrh51: Any thoughts regarding the designer for this Detroit home & year built?

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    Designed by Abraham & Wood for William A. Sweetland. 19515 Cumberland Way built 1919-1920 Palmer Woods Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Elmer George Kiehler. Ferndale Free and Accepted Mason Lodge, 1852-1856 Planavon built in 1923 Ferndale, MI. Includes an article/rendering featuring 1852-1856 Planavon from a 1923 edition of the Detroit Free Press. Builder: Roy Tilton Both Kiehler and Tilton were residents of Ferndale. Currently part of The Corner Grill, Bar + Game Room.
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    Designed by Pollmar & Ropes. Horton-Cato Manufacturing Company, 1749 West Lafayette built i 1904 West Side Industrial, Detroit, MI. Includes a rendering featuring the building from a 1904 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the State Historic Preservation Office, circa 1976.
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    Designed and built by Cox & Baker. 5044 Bishop built in 1938 East English Village, Detroit, MI. Includes an advertisement featuring the house from a 1939 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Do you have any information on this structure, at 12260 Camden Ave.?

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    Do you know the rationale behind using such big numbers for addresses? There are examples of streets with addresses that contain 5 digits even though they serve only 5 or 6 lots.
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    Do you have any information on this structure, at 12260 Camden Ave.?

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    Only tangentally related:

    Do you know the rationale behind using such big numbers for addresses? There are examples of streets with addresses that contain 5 digits even though they serve only 5 or 6 lots.
    I have not found any information on the building. You might check to see if the building permit is on file downtown.
    The address is based on the distance from the north/south axis of Detroit. In this case the distance from Woodward Avenue. At McNichols the axis shifts east to John R.

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    Designed by Mason & Rice.
    Mary W. Palmer Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, 2972 East Lafayette built in 1884 Elmwood Park, Detroit, MI.

    Cornerstone placed: May 15, 1884
    Dedicated: November 27, 1884
    Demolished: 1960's
    Built with a donation from Thomas W. Palmer in honor of his mother.
    Image from the Burton Historical Society, date unknown.

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    Designed by Lancelot Sukert.
    Ravanica Serbian Orthodox Church. 1419 East Warren built 1926-1929 Milwaukee Junction, Detroit, MI. Includes a
    n article/rendering featuring the church from a 1926 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the archives of David Dokmanovish, date unknown.


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    Designed by Albert Kahn. Herman Kiefer Hospital Power House, 8800 Byron built in 1920 LaSalle Gardens, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Christian W. Brandt for Richard P. Tolle. 830 Virginia Park built 1921-1922 New Center Area Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    Architects of Record: Chittenden & Kotting for William P. Hamilton. 28 Bervey Road built in 1912 Beverly Road Historic District, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI.

    Designer: Alpheus W. Chittenden
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    Architects of record: Donaldson & Meier. Saint Rita Roman Catholic Church, 1000 East State Fair built 1953-1954 Detroit, MI. Includes pages from a set of the original plans, circa 1953.

    Designers: Joseph Clapp and William Creaser.
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    Designed by Mason & Rice for Thomas W. Palmer. Thomas W. Palmer Block, 400 West Larned built in 1894 Downtown, Detroit, MI.

    Demolished: 1980's?
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, circa 1894.
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    Designed and built by Howard C. Lethemon. 18115 Fairfield built in 1931 University District, Detroit, MI. Includes an advertisement featuring the house from a 1931 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Designed by C. F. J. Barnes for James Ballard. 334 East Boston Boulevard built 1912-1913 Arden Park-East Boston Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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