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Hackley & Hume Historic Sites is one of the three downtown Muskegon historic sites associated with the Lakeshore Museum Center. These historic sites consist of the houses and a city barn connected to Muskegon's most famous lumber barons: Charles H. Hackley and Thomas Hume. In 1887, Hackley bought these lots (now in downtown Muskegon) and quickly sold half to Hume. They hired architect David S. Hopkins of Grand Rapids, who built the houses and city barn between 1887-1889. Come visit these gorgeous houses in downtown Muskegon! The architecture is unparalleled and it will definitely be a trip to remember.
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