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Grand Rapids Women Architects 1920s-1970s

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East Congregational Church at 1005 Giddings SE

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Join the Greater Grand Rapids Women’s History Council (ggrwhc.org) and architectural researcher Pamela VanderPloeg (grandrapidsbuildings.com) on Saturday, October 5 for a presentation and walking tour on Grand Rapids female architects and their influence on homes and neighborhoods, both locally and nationally, from 1920-1970. We will meet at 1pm in the beautiful Gothic-designed Klise Memorial Chapel at East Congregational Church at 1005 Giddings SE. The presentation will be followed by a 90-minute guided walking tour of the Ottawa Hills and adjacent East Grand Rapids streets where several 1920s era homes are attributed to women architects. Tour participants will enjoy a look at the interior of these lovely historic homes that highlight the aesthetically pleasing and efficient designs of these talented female architects.

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