For sale: MCM house - Midland, MI

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DavidC
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For sale: MCM house - Midland, MI

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Roderick Grant
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Re: For sale: Alden Dow house - Midland, MI

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"While the architect of this particular property is unknown..."

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Re: For sale: Alden Dow house - Midland, MI

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Thanks for the correction.


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Re: For sale: MCM house - Midland, MI

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Not Dow, maybe, but a cut above the average MCM Saltbox (?) in its bold clean forms and its spatial arrangement. If it weren't so self-assured I would suggest it as a very early J R McDonald. The open split level, the unusual masonry, and something about the proportions makes me think of him; the fairly conventional exterior materials and detailing is the "early" part . . .

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