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10 years ago
brianq
I'm looking for more old photos. They did have some good photos of it in it's current state. I'd love to see some from way back when.
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10 years ago
brianq
Thanks Ralph, Appreciate it!
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10 years ago
brianq
Very cool. Thanks!
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10 years ago
brianq
I did find it was listed as 1909 N. Fairfield, at least at some point called the Fairfield Avenue Baptist Church...if that helps. Thanks for any input anyone is able to provide. Thanks, Brian
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10 years ago
brianq
The church was sold recently. A gentleman is currently gut rehabbing it. I think it is going to be a spectacular home once complete. That ECLA info was all that I was able to find too. Thanks, Brian
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10 years ago
brianq
I'm curious if anyone might now where to find some photos or illustrations of this church which still stands at Wabansia and Rockwell. 1657 n. rockwell. Thanks! Brian
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10 years ago
brianq
Whoops! Put the wrong street names in my first post. I'm curious if anyone knows the history...or has any info (ideally a photo!) of the old church (I believe it was a Swedish church) that once stood at Fairfield and Cortland (on that corner)? Years ago, they tried to sell it as a single family home, but that didn't work out, it was demolished and now a condo building stands in it's place. But
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11 years ago
brianq
Wow. Based on your information I found out our building was constructed by the same builders that constructed the Museum of Science and Industry, Shedd Aquarium, Union Station, the foundation for the Trib. Tower, and more. Very cool. Might you be able to wrangle up any info on another interesting building, our neighbor across the street at 2735 W. Armitage? Another brick loft warehouse built a
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11 years ago
brianq
Thanks so much! I'm looking into that info now. Seems like silk it was...both at 1935 N. Fairfield, 2701 W. Armitage and on Washtenaw...all connected. Very cool information. Thanks so much for looking into it. The company name yields ads and more online.
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11 years ago
brianq
I live in an old converted warehouse at 1935 N. Fairfield. I'm curious what it may have been constructed for originally. I’m curious if anyone might know it’s history, or have access to old maps that they wouldn’t mind taking a gander at. It was built in 1918. The old freight elevator car is gone, but it still has the original elevator motor in use. Big old sucker. It's connected underground to 19
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