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Scolnik House of the Depression Era is the last historical site that is located in downtown Muskegon. It tells the story of the common family during the Great Depression. The house is named after Herman and Ida Scolnik who raised their family during this era. The home was donated by their son Bob and his wife Merle and is a way for his parents to live on. Scolnik House was renovated with period appropriate materials and furnishings. It also features radios on each floor that play music from the era and you can listen in on a party line conservation. Come and see what life was like for those during the depression. Also, don't miss out on the special events happening here, like learning how to make your own homemade ice cream! Check out Lakeshore Museum's website for a full calendar of events.
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