Adopt A Building

The buildings at Historic White Pine Village need lots of TLC, especially since many are over 100 years old. Thanks to many generous individuals and organizations, most have been “adopted” with a donation to help with the maintenance and upkeep, but there are opportunities available for those interested in adopting a building or site. Adopt a Building donors are also listed on the slides on the home page.

If you are interested in supporting the village by adopting a building or site on our grounds, please contact us at 231-843-4808 or email admin@historicwhitepinevillage.org. Thanks to those who have donated to help keep history alive in 2016:

Buildings

  • Abe Nelson Lumber Museum
  • Artisan Center
  • Blacksmith Shop
  • Burns Farmhouse
  • Caswell Courthouse
  • Chapel
  • Cole’s General Store
  • Doctor’s Office
  • Fire Barn
  • Hamlin Lake Cottage
  • Jorissen Barn
  • Lumber Camp Building #1
  • Lumber Camp Building #2
  • Marchido School
  • Museum of Music
  • Pavilion
  • PM Town Hall
  • Post Office
  • Rose Hawley Museum
  • Sawmill
  • Siddon Print Shop
  • Sugar Shack
  • Trapper’s Cabin
  • Village Time Museum
  • Vintage Car Museum
  • Welcome Center / Research Library
  • Wm. E. Anderson Hardware Store

Donors

  • The Dornbos Family
  • Anne Pettigrew
  • Doug & Rebecca Berringer & Family
  • John & Carol Morava
  • Dr. Rick Plummer
  • Emmanuel Lutheran Church
  • Milan Reed
  • Chuck & Glenna Paukstis
  • Jim Gariepy
  • Hamlin Preservation Society
  • The Jorissen Family
  • Dr. Kenneth & Beth Urban
  • Available
  • Dr. Ken¬†& Beth¬†Urban
  • Jim Gariepy
  • Available
  • Jim Gariepy
  • Available
  • Thomas A. Hawley
  • Jim Gariepy
  • Gerry Genter
  • James & Judith Jensen
  • James & Diane Fay
  • Jim Gariepy
  • Available
  • James & Judith Jensen
  • Fred & Jane Horstman Family