James McColl House

Also known as: state survey no.: 870A
205 S. Main St., Yale, Michigan

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Description 

A Michigan Historical Marker here reads:

This Queen Anne style structure was erected in 1899 by Scottish-born James Livingston. He gave the house to his daughter, Louise Livingston McColl. During the late nineteenth century, Livingston and his son-in-law James McColl produced linseed oil and twine in their flax mills in Michigan and Canada. At the time this house was built, McColl was also village president. The elaborate wood-frame house remained in the McColl family until 1980.

National Register information 

Status
Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on January 31, 1985
Reference number
85000170
NR name
McColl, James, House
Architectural style
Victorian: Queen Anne
Areas of significance
Industry; Politics/Government; Architecture
Level of significance
Local
Evaluation criteria
C - Design/Construction; B - Person
Property type
Building
Historic functions
Single dwelling; Secondary structure
Current functions
Single dwelling; Secondary structure
Period of significance
1875-1899
Significant year
1899
Number of properties
Contributing buildings: 2

Tags 

19th Century (38,093)
Built 1899 (560)
Built during 1890s (7,685)
Have Street View (50,022)
House (27,891)
Isaac Erb (1)
James McColl (1)
Michigan (1,964)
Private owner (54,402)
Queen Anne (5,137)
St. Clair County, Michigan (32)
Tin (2,648)
Victorian (19,703)
Yale, Michigan (1)

Update Log 

  • October 2, 2012: New Street View added by Rattrak

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