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White Deer Lake Camp, Birch Cabin, Cyrus H. McCormick Experimental Forest, Champion, Marquette County, MI

White Deer Lake Camp, Birch Cabin, Cyrus H. McCormick Experimental Forest, Champion, Marquette County, MI

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Significance: Very little information is available on this structure, sometimes referred to as the Women's or Ladies' Cabin. Apparently little was done to modify it, although many proposals were made. It appears complete in the circa 1907 photos. Work on the porches in the 1930's is indicated in the files and plans.
Survey number: HABS MI-30-B



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