My fellow explorer and I were on the second floor of the Harmon building a few weeks back. If you have read this blog for very long, you probably have recognized I'm somewhat fascinated with this building rebuilt in 1892 after a devastating fire that burned all of the wooden buildings in the northeast quadrant, ultimately leaping over North Grand River and destroying this building.
The second and third floors are time capsules of days gone by when doctors and lawyers and dentists filled the second floor, and members of the International Order of Odd-Fellows would hold monthly meetings. Those activities were years and years ago.
In the not-to-distant past -- 1980s -- Fred Dillingham used the first floor for his hardware store. He may have also used the north portion of the second floor for some items. In the floor, the following two pictures show a trap door: