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Sidney S. Allcott House, 302 West Mansion Street, Marshall, Calhoun County, MI

Sidney S. Allcott House, 302 West Mansion Street, Marshall, Calhoun County, MI



Significance: A simple representative mid-19th century cottage with interesting architectural details, now somewhat altered. Under the ownership of Judge George Ingersoll, the house was reputed to have been involved in the "underground highway."
Survey number: HABS MI-239
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 91002053



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Marshall (Mich.)42.27319, -84.96303
Google Map of 42.27319180000001, -84.9630312


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