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Grand Rapids in 1856

Scene of early Grand Rapids viewed from the...

History Grand Rapids by the Grand Rapids Historical Commission

Uhl-Hall Home

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Uhl-Hall Home

GRHC - 2007

This imposing, Greek-Revival style home with its four stately columns stands on a large tree-shaded lot at the head of a curved drive. Green shutters are at the sides of windows on the front of the house. A covered porch can just be seen at the left behind the foliage. Pots of fall flowers are on the front steps, and two topiaries stand on either side of the front door. A flag can be seen to the right of the column on the left.


Full Details

TitleUhl-Hall Home
Current Address512 Overbrook Lane SE
Original OwnerEdwin Uhl
Original UsePrivate home
NeighborhoodGarfield Park

Title by cataloger. Edwin Uhl was mayor of Grand Rapids, a lawyer, and served in several other important positions during his career, including one in the administration of Grover Cleveland.

CollectionGrand Rapids Historical Commission
Locationlocation on map

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