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This doesn't answer all your questions, but does provide additional information.
1934 Roosevelt Design: The 1934 Roosevelt Design was used during the 1930s and 1940s for
the construction of 46 Coast Guard stations on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and in the Great Lakes.
The Roosevelt Design is not attributed to any single architect and is similar to the 1914 Chatham
Design. It includes a rectangular plan, two full stories, symmetrical elevations, a three-bay wide front
porch with classical columns, and an optional rectangular watch room cupola centered atop the roof. It
incorporates additional Colonial Revival elements such as a pitched roof with side gables, an attic half-story with pitched roof dormers, window shutters, and clapboard siding that is painted white. A number
of Roosevelt Design station buildings were constructed with one story wings flanking the main two-and
 David A. Pinyerd, "The Preservation of Pre-World War Two Coast Guard Architecture in Oregon"
(Master's thesis, University of Oregon, 2000).
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Dear Ms. Mallicote,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
We searched the National Archives Catalog and located the records series National Register of Historic Places and National Historic Landmarks Program Records, 2013 - 2017 within the Records of the National Park Service (Record Group 79). The series includes a National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for the Michigan SP Eagle Harbor Coast Guard Station Boathouse which has been digitized and can be viewed online through the Catalog. The form includes a description of the history “Roosevelt” design Goard Guard stations and provides a brief list of the other then extant boathouses.
We also located the following record series in the Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26) which may have relevant documents. To access these records, please email the reference unit listed as the contact in the Catalog description.
- Maps and Plans for Lighthouses, Beacons and Rescue Stations
- Boards of Survey (Real Property) Case Files
- Coast Guard Lifeboat Stations
- Photographs of Discontinued Lights and Stations
- Station History Files
- Plans of Lighthouses, Life Saving Stations, and Other Facilities
- Standard Plans for Lifesaving Stations and Lifeboat Stations
- Maps and Plans for Depots and Facilities
- Civil Engineering Case Files
- Plans of Lighthouses, Lifesaving Stations, and Other Facilities
- Drawings, Maps, and Charts
- Records of Mixed Boards of Survey
- Photographs of Coast Guard Facilities
- West Coast Life-Saving Station and Coast Guard Installation Plans and Maps
The following organizations may be able to provide additional assistance:
- United States Coast Guard (USCG) Historian's Office
- The Foundation for Coast Guard History
- U.S. Life-Saving Service Heritage Association
- Coast Guard Heritage Museum
- National Maritime Historical Society
- Keweenaw County Historical Society
We hope this is helpful. Best of luck with your research!