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Darius Moon Wikipedia
Darius B. Moon (1851–1939) was an architect in Lansing, Michigan. A largely self-educated poet, artist and craftsman, Moon built over 260 structures, most of them in the area of Lansing and East Lansing, Michigan, during a prolific career that stretched from 1860 to 1922.
His Queen Anne-style houses range from the Ransom E. Olds residence (demolished in 1971 to make way for the R. E. Olds Freeway) to the Howland House student co-op (originally the home of Chester D. Woodbury) in East Lansing.