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Bluffton Actors' Colony / Buster Keaton Marker image, Touch for more information
By Paul Fehrenbach, September 12, 2015
Bluffton Actors' Colony / Buster Keaton Marker
Michigan (Muskegon County), Muskegon — S0657 — Bluffton Actors' Colony / Buster Keaton
Bluffton Actors' Colony In 1908, Joe Keaton, actor Paul Lucier, and agent Lew Earl founded the Actors' Colony. By 1911 over two hundred theater personalities flocked to Bluffton each summer. They included Keaton, his wife, Myra and his son . . . — Map (db m114476) HM
Michigan (Muskegon County), Muskegon — Buster Keaton1895-1966
Renowned actor and filmmaker, who called Muskegon home. Best known for his silent film comedies and dead-pan delivery, Keaton’s long career began in Vaudeville at three years old and included television, Broadway and modern film. . . . — Map (db m119651) HM
Michigan (Muskegon County), Muskegon — 58 — Hackley House
side 1 This three-story wood frame building is one of Michigan’s most splendid examples of Queen Anne architecture. With juxtaposition of masses created by roof lines, chimneys, tower and porte-cochere it has become a symbol of . . . — Map (db m107242) HM
Michigan (Muskegon County), Muskegon — 144 — Hume House
side 1 Built in 1887 – 1889, this massive Queen Anne style house served the Thomas Hume family through four generations. This architect for this, as well as the Hackley house, was David S. Hopkins of Grand Rapids. The . . . — Map (db m107251) HM
Michigan (Muskegon County), Muskegon — Muskegon Fishing ReefConstructed September 1980
. . . — Map (db m119656) HM
Michigan (Muskegon County), Muskegon — 601 — Union Depot
The Union Depot opened in 1895 to serve the Chicago & West Michigan Railway; the Muskegon, Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad; and the Toledo, Saginaw & Muskegon Railroad. A.W. Rush and Son of Grand Rapids designed the Richardson Romanesque . . . — Map (db m107240) HM

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