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Property Name Park Hotel and Cabins
Reference Number 13000668
State Michigan
County Marquette
Town Republic Township
Street Address 11137 County Road LLK
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 9/4/2013
Areas of Significance ARCHITECTURE
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John and Esther Consul developed the Park Hotel and cabin complex in the 1943-46 period and the Consuls and related Schrader family members ran it until the 1 970s. The complex is an outstanding example of twentieth-century rustic log and rock construction, retaining some of its rustic log and tree stump finishes and furnishings. The hotel itself features a type of construction of large half-logs placed vertically in upper and lower stories that is not known to exist elsewhere in Michigan.


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