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Grand Rapids in 1856

Scene of early Grand Rapids viewed from the...


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Furniture City History

Do you have mahogany furniture in your home? Perhaps you can help us identify manufacturers. Curious? Find out more . . .

An engaging exploration of the industry that gave Grand Rapids its nickname. Made possible through a generous grant by the Furniture Manufacturers’ Heritage Advised Fund, Grand Rapids Community Foundation, Furniture City History is a sister-site to History Grand Rapids. More information about the history and heritage of the furniture industry in Grand Rapids is also available on the Grand Rapids Public Museum website.

History Grand Rapids

Click the History Grand Rapids logo at the left to visit our sister-site, a primary local history resource.




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