Honolulu House

Honolulu House

Abner Pratt settled in Marshall in 1839 and in the 1850s became Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court. In 1857-59 he was United States Consul to the Sandwich (Hawaiian) Islands. Returning home, he built this house in 1860 to recreate the island atmosphere. Teak and ebony were used and murals on the wall depicted tropical plants and animals. In 1887 the interior was changed but the opulent style of the exterior, unique in the Midwest, has survived.
photo of Honolulu House

Registered Site HB42
Erected 1972

Location: 107 North Kalamazoo Ave
Marshall, Calhoun County

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Latitude: 42.272634962, Longitude: -84.96436849

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