A Blog focusing on the history of the the Actors' Colony that thrived in a section of Muskegon, MI known as Bluffton. Buster Keaton, whose father Joe was one of the founding members, was the colony's most famous resident.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Parlor Bedroom and Bath
An interesting find from the July 3, 1920 Muskegon Chronicle. Buster Keaton, of course, starred as Reginald Irving in the 1931 Edward Sedgwick film production for MGM.