(Stove, Worlds Largest, Garland, 30' x 20' x 25', 1893 - Destroyed by fire 08-2011) in the Michigan State Fairgrounds in Detroit, Wayne County, MI. MI102 (8 Mile Rd.) W. 1.5 miles from jct with I75 exit 59 on the N. side of Detroit, SE on MI1 (Woodward Av.) 0.5 miles, E. on State Fair Av. 200’, N. into the fairgrounds & the stove is 0.1 miles to the N. Carved from oak & weighs 15 tons. Built by the Michigan Stove Company for the Columbian Exposition in Chicago. After the Exposition, the stove was moved to Detroit. In 1965, it was moved to the State Fairgrounds. In 1974, it was disassembled and the parts were stored at the Fort Wayne Military Museum. In 1998, it was restored and re-erected at the fairgrounds. (N42 26.444 W83 07.138) Photos by Mark Comstock 4-8-07.