Grosse Pointe Yacht Club
The Michigan State Historic Preservation Office said on Wednesday that 10 sites from across the state have been added to the National Register of Historic Places
, an official list of historic places in the U.S. deemed worthy of preservation.
“Preserving Michigan’s historic resources enriches communities by protecting tangible connections to our past,” said Wayne Workman, acting-executive director of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, in a statement Wednesday. “Earning a spot on this list promotes economic development through tourism and creates a new source for educational opportunities.”
The new Michigan sites added, include:
- Army Lodge No. 335 Temple-Spiritual Israel and Its Army Temple (Detroit)
- Grosse Pointe Yacht Club (Grosse Pointe Shores)
- Wing-Allore House (Monroe)
- Saginaw County Fairgrounds Main Gate (Saginaw County)
- Walter H. French Junior High (Ingham County)
- Saint Louis Downtown Historic District (Gratiot County)
- Mount Pleasant Downtown Historic District (Mount Pleasant)
- Peoples National Bank Building (Jackson)
- Morgan West Wheatland Cemetery (Mecosta County)
- William A. and Catherine Cartier House (Ludington)
Michigan has over 1,600 sites on the register, according to the state.