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Historic Markers

Monuments – Plaques

Date Dedicated & Location

  • Old Stone Barn (1973) (Town Hall), Sesquicentennial (1980), & National Historic Landmark Markers (1990), 323 W Mich Ave
  • Brooks Memorial Fountain, (1930), 323 W Mich Ave
  • History Highlights City of Marshall (1972), 411 W Mich Ave
  • National House Inn, oldest operating in Michigan (1976), 102 S Parkview St
  • Honolulu House (1965), 107 N Kalamazoo Ave
  • Fitch-Gorham House and H. C. Brooks marker (1979) and plaque commemorating founding of Michigan School System (1930)
  • Hillside and Mary Miller (2005), 224 W Prospect St
  • Sam Hill House (1974), 139 W Mansion St
  • Pioneer School Site (1987), 200 W Mansion St
  • John D. Pierce Home Site (America’s first state school superintendent)(1975), 314 W Mansion St
  • Isaac E. Crary House (Michigan’s first congressman) (1973), 107 N Park St 11. First Baptist Church (1985), 305 W Mich Ave
  • Schuler’s Restaurant (1977), 115 S Eagle St
  • James A. Miner (Utah’s first Chief Justice) (1981), 156 W Mich Ave
  • Charles T. Gorham (1976), 124 W Mich Ave
  • Trinity Episcopal Church, Montgomery Schuyler (1980), 101 E Mansion St 16. Jeremiah Cronin Jr. (early merchant) and John Bellairs (children’s author)(1992), 407 N Madison
  • American Museum of Magic (1985), 107 E Mich Ave
  • Thomas J. O’Brien (U. S. Ambassador) (1990), 117 E Mich Ave (marker on east side of building)
  • Postmasters and Howard F. Young (architect) (1982), 202 E Mich Ave 20. State School System, Isaac E. Crary, John D. Pierce (1978), 100 E Green St 21. Territorial Road Monument, the original pioneer route, E Mich Ave at Exchange St
  • Sidney Ketchum and Marshall House (1980), 100 Exchange St
  • Grand Army of the Republic and G. A. R. Hall (1983), 402 E Mich Ave
  • Oliver C. Comstock (1980), 203 S Marshall Ave
  • Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Monument, E Mich Ave at East Dr
  • Adam Crosswhite Slave Recovery Case Monument, E Mich Ave at East Dr
  • Schellenberger Tavern (1976), 507 W Hanover St
  • Railroad Union Birthplace (1974), 633 W Hanover St
  • Butler-Boyce House and W. D. Boyce (1973), 1110 Verona Road
  • William W. Cook (dime novel author) (1973), 603 North Kalamazoo St
  • Ketchum Park (1972), South Marshall St at Montgomery St
  • Governor’s Mansion (1972), 621 S Marshall Ave
  • Calhoun County Fair (1972), east of S Marshall Ave at Fair Street
  • Capitol Hill School (1971), 603 Washington St
  • Lieutenant George A. Woodruff and Oakridge Cemetery entrance (1979), Homer Road
  • Samuel Coleman House (1997), Homer Road across from Cemetery
  • Lockwood Farm and House (1992), 14011 Verona Road
  • Hawkins Farm (1985), 18935 15 1/2 Mile Road and N Drive North at Turkeyville
  • Plankroad Toll Gate Monument, G Drive North and 16 1⁄2 Mile Road
  • Bryant Farm (1978), 12557 L Drive N
  • Horace Perrin – Perrinville (2011), 906 S Marshall
  • The Interurban – Depot/Gas Museum (2012), 220 W Mich Ave
  • Stow-Hasbrouck House (1984), 18600 16 Mile Road
  • Ice Harvesting – Gausse Ice House (2015) 906 S Marshall

Michigan Milestone Plaques For Businesses

  • National House Inn (1835), 102 S Parkview
  • Stage Coach Inn (1845), 201 W Mich Ave
  • The Royal Hotel/The Schuler Hotel (Restaurant) (1895), 115 S Eagle St d. Sullivan Insurance Agency, Inc (1853), 140 W Mich Ave
  • Hemmingsen Rexall Drug Store (1855), 132 – 134 W Mich Ave
  • Michigan National Bank – Marshall Branch (1865), 124 W Mich Ave
  • The Stuart Building (1852), 121 -123 W Mich Ave
  • J. H. Cronin Co., Inc. (1850), 101 W Mich Ave

Rotary Street Name Markers

  • Crary St (Isaac E. Crary)
  • Brewer St (Chauncey M. Brewer)
  • Gorham St (Charles T. Gorham)
  • Gordon St (James W. Gordon)
  • Montgomery St (Dr. John M. Montgomery)
  • Michigan Ave
  • Mansion St
  • Hobart St (Randall Hobart)
  • Ketchum St (Sidney Ketchum)
  • Sam Hill Dr (Samuel W. Hill)

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