National Register Listings in
Washtenaw County, Michigan

Anderson, William, House Ann Arbor Central Fire Station Annin, Joseph, House Bell Road Bridge Bell-Spalding House Bennett, Henry, House Brinkerhoff-Becker House Chelsea Commercial Historic District Church, Zalmon, House Davenport, William H., House Delhi Bridge Delta Upsilon Fraternity House Detroit Observatory Detroit, Hillsdale and Indiana Railroad-Saline Depot Devereaux, Nathan B., Octagon House Dixboro United Methodist Church Earl, Thomas, House East Michigan Avenue Historic District Eastern Michigan University Historic District First National Bank Building Forbes, Jortin, House Fountain-Bessac House Friend-Hack House Frieze, Henry S., House Germania Building Complex Goodyear Block Gordon Hall Goss, Arnold and Gertrude, House Guthard, Charles, House Harris Hall Highland Cemetery Hoffstetter, Jacob, House Kellogg-Warden House Ladies' Literary Club Building Litchfield, James, House Lutz, George R., House Main Street Historic District Main Street Post Office Mechem, Floyd R., House Metcalf, Robert C. and Bettie J. (Sponseller), House Methodist Episcopal Church Parsonage Michigan Central Railroad Chelsea Depot Michigan Central Railroad Depot Michigan Theater Building Miller-Walker House Muschenheim, William and Elizabeth (Bodanzky), House Newberry Hall Nickels Arcade North Ann Arbor Street Historic District Northern Brewery Oakwood Cemetery Mausoleum Old West Side Historic District Palmer, George W., House Palmer, William B. and Mary Shuford, House Parker Mill Complex Pease Auditorium President's House, University Of Michigan Rentschler, Emanuel and Elizabeth, Farmstead Saint Mary's School Salem Methodist Episcopal Church and Salem Walker Cemetery Saline First Presbyterian Church Schuyler Mill-Ford Soybean Plant Complex St. Patrick's Parish Complex Starkweather Religious Center Stone School Sturm, Louis, House Sutherland, Landgford and Lydia McMichael, Farmstead Ticknor, Dr. Benajah, House Tuomy Hills Service Station Union Block Unitarian Universalist Church University Of Michigan Central Campus Historic District Van Duzer, Samuel D., House Wallace Block-Old Saline Village Hall Watson, Henry R., House Weinmann Block White, Orrin, House Wilson, Judge Robert S., House Ypsilanti Historic District Ypsilanti Historic District (Boundary Increase) Ypsilanti Water Works Stand Pipe
The Kellogg brothers, John Harvey and Will Keith Kellogg, who invented corn flakes, were born in Michigan. They began their cereal company in Battle Creek, Michigan, and the city became known as the "Cereal Capital of the World" due to the many cereal companies that were based there.
~ Michigan random facts