One of the most graceful houses in Munising, this structure, built in 1905-06, was the home of Elizabeth Lobb. Madame Lobb, as she was affectionately known, gained her wealth from a mine that was discovered on property that she and her husband Edward owned in Marquette County. Thirteen years after the death of her husband, Madame Lobb erected this handsome residence. She and her son Nathaniel operated a large brickyard in nearby Hallston until 1910. The Alger County Historical Society purchased this structure for a museum in 1974.