: This is the front facade of the Michigan State Capitol. This Neoclassical building is a national historic landmark housing the Michigan Legislature and offices of the state’s governor and lieutenant governor. This is the third building to serve as state capitol and was dedicated in 1879. Elijah E. Myers, of Springfield, Illinois, was the architect. View on Ohio Memory.
: AV101_B01F07_536 Subjects
: Capitols--Michigan; National Register of Historic Places; domes (architectural elements); columns (architectural elements); Neoclassical Places
: Lansing (Michigan); 100 N. Capitol Ave.