Step back in time with this majestic photo of the old City Hall in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Taken in the late 1960s, this historic building was a true architectural gem. Designed by renowned architect Elijah E. Myers and constructed under the supervision of W.D. Richardson, it stood as a prominent landmark in the city.
With its rich history and stunning design, the old City Hall represented the spirit of Grand Rapids. Its construction began in 1885 and, after a dedication ceremony in 1888, it became an iconic structure in the area. However, despite efforts to preserve it, the old City Hall was sadly demolished in 1969.
This photo serves as a nostalgic reminder of the city's past and grandeur of the old City Hall. It is a must-have for history enthusiasts and anyone who wants to capture a glimpse of Grand Rapids' architectural heritage.
Beautiful quality photo which will look fantastic in my apartment in a restored GR building. Can't wait to get it framed and hung!
The first one the seller sent out was lost in the mail. I contacted her and she promptly sent me a new one at no cost. The customer service was great and the picture is beautiful. I just need a better frame to display it!
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5 stars review from Heather