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Dwight Cutler Residence through 1889
TitleDwight Cutler Residence through 1889
SubjectCutler, Dwight, 1830-1901
DescriptionMayor and lumber baron Dwight Cutler had two homes located on Washington Avenue in Grand Haven. His...
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Dwight Cutler Residence post 1889
TitleDwight Cutler Residence post 1889
SubjectCutler, Dwight, 1830-1901
DescriptionMayor and lumber baron Dwight Cutler's original home on this site was destroyed in the city fire of ...
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Henry Griffin Residence
TitleHenry Griffin Residence
SubjectGriffin, Henry, 1807-1891
DescriptionMayor and sheriff Henry Griffin built his family home on Franklin Street in 1844. As late as 1908, ...
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Robert  W. Duncan Home
TitleRobert W. Duncan Home
SubjectDuncan, Robert W., 1824-1903
DescriptionLawyer and mayor Robert Duncan and his wife Martha built this home in the 1890s on Lake Avenue in Gr...
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Thomas White Ferry Residence
TitleThomas White Ferry Residence
SubjectFerry, Thomas White, 1826-1896
DescriptionSenator Thomas White Ferry lived in this home on Columbus Avenue in Grand Haven from the mid-1800s u...
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William H. Loutit Residence
TitleWilliam H. Loutit Residence
SubjectLoutit, William H., 1866-1948
DescriptionThe home of Great Lakes sea captain William R. Loutit was built at the northwest corner of Washingto...
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