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Grand Rapids in 1856

Scene of early Grand Rapids viewed from the...

Garfield Lodge

Garfield Lodge

GRHC - 2007

Garfield Lodge, a two-story stuccoed building located in Garfield Park, has four small windows on the first floor, and nine windows across the front on the second floor. They are topped by three peaks. A small roof covers the central front door. The sign beside the door reads: "Garfield Park Neighborhood Association, Building a Better Neighborhood."


Full Details

TitleGarfield Lodge
Current Address334 Burton SE

Title by cataloger. The lodge was built by Harriet Garfield in memory of her husband, Samuel Garfield. The first floor of the building is used for community events, and the Neighborhood Association has offices on the second floor.

CollectionGrand Rapids Historical Commission
Locationlocation on map

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