Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

Brighton House, Brighton, Michigan

Item

HCDL-ngp-H004-02-0009_u.jpg

Title

Brighton House, Brighton, Michigan

Description

This photograph contains two images of the Brighton House, and was described in the book, "Old Brighton Village", 1974.

According to the editors of the "Old Brighton Village", The Brighton House was located on Main Street, east, at the intersection of Grand River Avenue.  Around 1900, the hotel was known for Nanny Stuhrberg's German Pancakes and noodle soup.

By 1919, the name of the Brighton House had changed to the Eastern House (when the Western House was built).   There is a sign above the man on the left stating, "Lansing, 48 miles, and Detroit, 40 miles".

Subject

Hotels

Format

image/jpeg

Type

Image

Date

1900/1919

Rights Note

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Note

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Original Format

film negative

Collection

Citation

“Brighton House, Brighton, Michigan,” Howell Area Archives Digital Archive, accessed June 24, 2024, https://archives.howelllibrary.org/items/show/6387.
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