Arleigh Hitchcock Design
Arleigh C. Hitchcock, a University of Michigan trained architect, designed this home for himself in Grand Rapids. The low flat-roof design features a carport, a western feature not generally seen in the Midwest in the 1950s. The photo appears to have been taken not long after completion of the house.
|Title||Arleigh Hitchcock Design|
Title by Cataloger. Arleigh “Bud” C. Hitchcock, a University of Michigan trained architect, was a sales manager for the Herman Miller Furniture Company before becoming executive director of the Homestyle Center in 1954.
|Location In Photo||Grand Rapids, MI|
|Collection||University of Michigan, Architecture and Engineering Library|
|Institution||University of Michigan|
|Physical Storage Location||Ann Arbor, MI|