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Henry W. Baker House at 233 S. Main St. in Plymouth, MI. Baker (1833-1920) built this Italianate style home in 1875. Baker had moved to this area while still a boy. As a young man, he worked as a photographer, a merchant and a lumberman. At the age of 43, he helped found the Plymouth Iron Windmill Co., which in 1895 became the Daisy Mfg. Co. The company, best known for its BB guns, operated in Plymouth until 1958, when new owners moved it to Arkansas. Baker's descendants lived here until 1943.

All white house: casements, trim, etc. all white architecture

I think I would have a permanent smile on my face if I came home to this everyday

No little white fence where I grew up, but we did have double wire clothes line used every week. Hated pinning clothes to the line then, and I still hate doing laundry today.

This reminds me of our childhood home in 1963 - the old Hisle Farm...loved that house and that time in my life....

yes, I'd love to have a porch overrun with vines, as if the outside is reclaiming the space...

This city landmark survived the 1906 earthquake in style after being built in 1875 by Ephraim Burr, one of San Francisco's earliest mayors.