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Mount Clemens Historical Commission Historical Marker Database

This database contains profile information on structures which have been awarded an historical marker by the Mount Clemens Historical Commission.  To search, enter the current house number and street name (examples: 117 Cass, 32 Belleview, etc.). DO NOT INCLUDE abbreviations such as: St., Ave., Rd., Blvd., etc.  For streets with directional prefixes, enter using the following format: 10 N Main, 1 S Main, 32 N Walnut, etc.  To see all entries for a particular street, enter the street name only, without a house number (example: Cass, Eldredge, Belleview, etc.).  To download a copy of the Mount Clemens Historical Commission's marker application, click here.

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Current Address Prior Address Legal Description Date Built Original Owner Building Description Integrity Notable Features Architect Builder Applicant Name Application Date
1 Dickinson PlacesameLot no. 216 and the west 15 feet of lot no. 215 in the Don M. Dickinson Addition.1920Uley LacroixA 1 1/2 story wood framed home.Original siteAdditions added; 1968 500 sq. ft. of living room and kitchen space, 1980 rear deck, 1997 front three level wood deck, 2000 pergola over front deck added.unknownunknownDonald E. Koch5/5/2001
10 N Mainsame1931County of MacombA thirteen story stone art deco building.Original siteMilitary motif depicting stone figures of an Indian, World War GI, sailor, marine, solider and a flyer and mountain goat heads jutting out.George A. HaasOtto Misch Co., Fred Hatzenbuhler, Gray ElectricMacomb County Board of Commissioners10/12/1993
100 LincolnsameEuphemia Hubbard's Addition1895Otto P. HeineTri-gabled ell, Folk Victorian.Original siteunknownunknownDavid R. Sutton1/13/1998
100 RiversidesameW. 90 ft. of Lot No. 3, Laurelhurst Subdivision.1845Christian Clemens, James and Delia William (House)1 1/2 story wood framed home with clapboard siding.Original siteunknownunknownDonald and Elsie Ritzenhein7/14/1990
101 ScottsameE. 20 ft. of Lot No. 13 and all of Lot 14, block 3 in the Scott's Addition.1927Herbert SemrauA two-story framed wood home with clapboard siding.Original siteHerbert SemrauHubarth & SchottMichael and Lori Dasovich7/25/1994
102 MorosssameLot 209 and N. 20' of Lot 210 of the Cass Avenue Subdivision.1925John and Rose AlwardA two-story, white clapboard siding home with cross-gables and a large front porch.Original siteA large front porch, original wood windows and 2 leaded glass windows in front parlor.unknownunknownJoan and John Foglyano6/27/1997
104 LincolnsameLot 11, block 5, Euphemia Hubbard's Addition1893Henry W. BurkhardtTri-gabled ellOriginal siteFront corner windows chamferedunknownunknownWilliam Bauman3/21/2002
105 LincolnsameE 60 feet of lots 1&2, block 6, Euphemia Hubbard's Additionca. 1893James SavageHipped roof with cross gables, Princess AnneOriginal siteGingerbread decoration on exterior, bay window with detailed brackets, original windows.unknownunknownKurt Doelle4/11/2000
105 WashingtonsameLot 16, block 5, Euphemia Hubbard's Addition1903Original siteunknownunknownYvette Dominguez10/21/2005
106 BelleviewsamePat of lot 27, assessors plat no. 20 of the city of Mount Clemens.1936C.H.R. and Grace MacKenzieA two-story colonial, 1st floor brick and 2nd floor clapboard siding. A room was added around 1970 to place the open porch.Original site2 fireplaces and 2 bay windows.unknownunknownAlex D. Walker2/03/1995

This database is maintained through a partnership between the Mount Clemens Historical Commission and Mount Clemens Public Library.

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Last update: September 09, 2016
Current database size: 257 records