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2002
W. Erie Street Brick Paving, built 1903, demolished 2002
125-127 West Porter, built c.1858, demolished 2002
305 South Clinton Street, built c.1918, demolished 2002
Knickerbocker Grain Elevator, built 1880, demolished 2002

2000
Brooks Foundry, demolished 2000
Union Steel Products, demolished 2000

1999
Eaton N 1216, destroyed by fire on July 1999

1998
Gassette Memorial Library, built 1901, demolished 1998
Keller, built 1971, abandoned 1998

1988
Old Gymnasium, built 1892, demolished 1988

1986
Adobe House, built c.1840, demolished 1986
Bell House, built 1841, demolished 1986

1980s
McMillan Laboratory, built 1893, demolished 1980s

1974
White Mill on location of Lloyd Park destroyed by fire in May 1974

1972
Gale Manufacturing, built 1888, demolished 1972

1971
Eat Shop, opened 1922, demolished 1971

1970s
Fire, protest and unrest at Albion College and Albion High School

1969
1215 3rd Street, demolished by city
1022 Jefferson, demolished by city
1004 N. Albion, demolished by city
1202 Highland, demolished by city
1217 Highland, demolished by city

1965-1971
West Central Urban Renewal Project, over 100 homes demolished

1963
Albion Bowling Lanes (Clinton N 110), formerly the Darrow Boat Company, destoryed by fire and demolished on August 7, 1963

1962
Farley Oil Well, fire started on February 24, 1962

1960's
First Methodist Church, built 1889, demolished 1960s

1958
107 W. Cass, Second Fire Station, built 1886, demolished 1958
West Ward School, built 1871, demolished March 1958

1944
WCTU Hall, destroyed on December 19, 1944

1942
Jennie Worthington died in a home fire on April 19, 1942

1940
Women’s Christian Temperance Union, built c.1905, fire and demolition 1940

1938
Jesse Crowell mansion, demolished 1938

1937
Dean Hall, original hall destroyed by fire on February 27, 1937

1936
Emily Clark School Building (1917-1936), second fire at Starr Commonwealth on January 8, 1936 at 4:30am

1930
Hotel Albion, built 1845, demolished 1930

1929
East Division School, built 1859, demolished 1929
North Division School, built 1849, demolished 1929

1927
East Ward School, built 1870, demolished 1927

1926
Washington Gardner School, fire in the original 1906-07 Central Building on December 30, 1926 at 6:10pm

1924
Newton Hall, first fire at Starr Commonwealth on February 28, 1924

1923
North Hall, damaged top floor on January 28, 1923
Delta Tau Delta house severely damaged by fire 1923

1922
Old Gymnasium, partially destroyed January 1922
Central Building, gutted by fire and many institutional records destroyed on December 16, 1922

1919
Superior S 214, fourth floor and crowing cornice destroyed by fire, August 31, 1919

1918
Alumni Field, bleachers destroyed by fire 1918

1917
Stone Mill, built 1845, converted to a bank 1917
Knickerbocker Grain Elevator, built 1880, moved 1 block east to market place

1915
Van Atta House, early hotel and stage coach stop, built 1840, demolished 1915

1913
Red Mill, destroyed by fire caused by lightning Erie E 121, destoryed by fire, June 30, 1913

1912
Little Red School House, built 1837, demolished Spring 1912

1911
North Ward School, built 1869, demolished 1911

1907
Central Building, built 1841, fire 1907

1906
Central School, built 1872, demolished June 1906

1898
2nd major downtown fire swept through remaining wooden buildings on the west side of Superior St from Cass St to the alley on December 6, 1898

1887
East Ward School, fire with slight damage on January 12, 1887

1884
Episcopalians second building, destroyed by fire 1884

1883
Brown Mill, destroyed by fire on February 8, 1883
Presbyterian Church's third building, destroyed by fire, 1883

1877
Central School fire on October 8, 1877

1873

1870
East Division brick school, built 1859, demolished 1870

1868
Commercial College, fire on September 10, 1868, caused college to relocate to Detroit

1861
1st major downtown fire, early buildings on west side of Superior St and south of Porter St destroyed, September 1, 1861
Mayhew & Irwin Exchange Office, minor fire 1861

Date unknown, Peabody or Gothic Mill destroyed by fire

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