I saw this old building in the small town of Tustin. It looks as if it has been a while since it was used for lumber or grain. The Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad sent Dr. J.P. Tustin, A medical missionary, to Sweden to recruit laborers. About 300 settled in the area south of Cadillac and when the town was granted a post office in 1872, they named it Tustin in honor of Dr. Tustin.
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