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    Designed by Pollmar & Ropes for M. W. & J. F. Dinan. 1400 East Fisher Service Drive built in 1904 Eastern Market, Detroit, MI. Includes A rendering of 1400 East Fisher Service Drive from a 1904 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Built by D. J. Kennedy and Son for James D. Kennedy. 1027 Burns built 1903-1904 Indian Village Historic District, Detroit, MI.

    James D. Kennedy was a principle in D. J. Kennedy & Son, contractors. Daniel J. Kennedy was the other principle.
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    Designed by Walter J. Rozycki. Saint Andrew Roman Catholic Church 7060 McGraw built in 1957-1958 Detroit, MI. Includes an article featuring the church from a 1957 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Designed by Louis Kamper for Lafayette Crowley. 724 McDougall built in 1900 Elmwood Park, Detroit, MI. Includes a rendering of the house from a 1900 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, circa 1964.
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    Designed by Mueller & Mildner for Carl E. Schmidt. 301 Lakeshore Road built 1903-1904 Grosse Pointe Farms, MI. Includes an article featuring the house from the November 9, 1902 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Designed by Joseph E. Mills. Springwells School 9220 Olivet built in 1901 Springwells Village Neighborhood, Detroit, MI. Includes a rendering of the building from a 1901 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Late 1920's?
    Last known as Higgins School.
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
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    Designed by Charles A. Platt for Russel A. Alger Jr. The Moorings 32 Lakeshore Road built in 1910 Grosse Pointe Farms, MI.

    Currently the Grosse Pointe War Memorial.
    I am very happy the landscaping has been redesigned, allowing everyone to see all the details of this fabulous house.
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    Designed by Nettleton & Kahn for Harry L. Pierson. Pierson Apartments 2546-2550 Woodward Avenue built in 1899 Brush Park Historic District, Detroit, MI. Includes a rendering of the building from a 1899 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
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    Designed by Samuel C. Falkinburg for Wilbur W. McAlpine. 184 West Grand Avenue built in 1900 Highland Park, MI. Includes A rendering of the house from a 1900 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Designed by Talmadge C. Hughes. 60 Colonial Road built in 1939 Grosse Pointe Shores, MI.
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    Designed by J. Ivan Dise for Fred R. Mixer. 675 Poopleton built in 1926 Birmingham, MI. Includes a rendering featuring the house from a 1927 issue of Michigan Architect and Engineer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p69rrh51 View Post
    Designed by Samuel C. Falkinburg for Wilbur W. McAlpine. 184 West Grand Avenue built in 1900 Highland Park, MI. Includes A rendering of the house from a 1900 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
    Amazing and somewhat out of place house I have watch since my Highland Park home owning days. Thanks for the backstory.

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    Designed by Norman S. Atcheson for John D. Cromenweth. 793 Marlborough built in 1916 Jefferson-Chalmers Neighborhood, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Mason & Kahn for Robert L. Robertson. 3040 East Grand Boulevard built in 1901 North End, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Samuel C. Falkinburg for James Moran. 1103 Seyburn built in 1903 West Village Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by William S. Joy & Company. Safety Furnace Pipe Company Factory 5960 Second Avenue built 1909-1910 New Amsterdam Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    I recently found a photo of Baseball Hall of Famer Sam Crawford sitting on the porch of his home in Detroit. The photo is in post #14 of the link below - didn't want to lift the picture directly from that site. Any idea where the house is/was?

    http://www.baseball-fever.com/showth...rawford-Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    I recently found a photo of Baseball Hall of Famer Sam Crawford sitting on the porch of his home in Detroit. The photo is in post #14 of the link below - didn't want to lift the picture directly from that site. Any idea where the house is/was?

    http://www.baseball-fever.com/showth...rawford-Thread
    The house was located at 295 Hague in the North End. Unfortunately the house has been razed. The house on the left in the image is still standing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    I recently found a photo of Baseball Hall of Famer Sam Crawford sitting on the porch of his home in Detroit. The photo is in post #14 of the link below - didn't want to lift the picture directly from that site. Any idea where the house is/was?

    http://www.baseball-fever.com/showth...rawford-Thread
    I think this is your house (address is 295 Hague). Sam Crawford was living at 109 Hague Ave. according to the 1910 census. Before the big address change, that was between John R and Brush. The outside cladding of the house has changed, but the window configuration seems to match, and the neighboring house's distinct chimney looks the same in both. I attached the original - I have no problem lifting it for a fair use discussion.

    Wahoo Sam sounds like a great ballplayer - he still holds the MLB record for career triples. He just kept getting compared to the guy standing next to him in the outfield - Ty Cobb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archfan View Post
    I think this is your house (address is 295 Hague).
    As p69rrh51 points out (and I missed), the house is gone. You can see that clearly from the google aerial view (from 2016), even though the street view still shows the house (from 2013). Sorry.

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    Designed by Baxter & O'Dell for John Cleff. 1418 Baldwin built in 1904 Islandview Neighborhood, Detroit, MI. Includes a rendering of the house from a 1904 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
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    Designed and built by Walter H. Mast. ​5101 Bishop built in 1934 East English Village, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by D. Allen Wright for Francis C. Bagby. 1151 Dorchester built in 1925 Birmingham, MI. Includes an advertisement featuring the house from the November 1925 issue of Afterglow magazine.

    Builder: Packard-Charlton Building Company
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    Designed by Rogers & MacFarlane for George G. Prentis. 535 East Palmer built in 1897-1898 Midtown, Detroit, MI. Includes an image of the house from a 1899 edition of the Detroit Free Press, and a rendering from an 1898 edition of the Detroit Free Press.
    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from The Inland Architect and News Record, circa 1897.
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    Designed by Mildner & Eisen. Monumental Works of Otto Schemansky & Sons 2859 Gratiot Avenue built in 1914 Detroit, MI. Includes an image of the building from a 1916 issue of The Western Architect.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
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