Media: Exterior Latex House Paint on Brick (wall) and Block (fence)
Size: 26 feet tall by 58 feet wide (wall)
7.5 feet tall by 38 feet wide (fence)
Location: Grand Street Park, Marshall, MI
Painter and design concept, Kimber Thompson
"Marshall Vintage Postcard" mural
A salute to Marshall’s love of architecture and history!
M - The American Museum of Magic, the largest collection of magic artifacts on public display in the US (except the Smithsonian Museum).
A - Brooks Memorial Fountain, a replica of the “Temple of Love” in Marie Antoinette’s garden at Versailles, France.
R - Honolulu House, a replica of Abner Pratt’s house after he was U.S. Counsel to the Sandwich Islands/Hawaii. Unique for its wall and ceiling murals.
S - Adam Crosswhite, an escaped slave that Marshall residents saved from slave catchers, which became one of the incidents that lead to the Civil War.
H - Education Oak: Isaac Crary and Rev. John Pierce planned Michigan’s public school system under this oak tree, which has been carved in their memory and is now displayed in Marshall Middle School.
A - The Governor’s Mansion, now a Marshall museum, is a residence that was built before Marshall lost the bid to become the capital of Michigan by ONE vote!
L - Capital Hill School, experience a 2-room 19th century schoolhouse in this Marshall museum.
L - Grand Army of the Republic Hall & Marshall Historical Museum, a museum that tells Marshall’s stories and features items that were made in Marshall.
Postcards of this image are available at the Marshall Welcome Center and the Battle Creek Welcome Center (Calhoun County Visitors Bureau). Click the button below for other merchandise, including prints.