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Enrico Natali. 'Women's Convention, Detroit, 1968' 1968

Exhibition: ‘Detroit Photographs by Enrico Natali’ at Joseph Bellows Gallery, La Jolla, CA – Part 1

Detroit Masonic Temple | Masonic Temple, downtown Detroit, Michigan. Beautiful building with a ...

Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan - These Haunted Travel Destinations Are Not for the Faint of Heart - Photos

Sanders Confectionary - circa 1891-1900 of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and State Street in Detroit, Michigan. The corner store, with the interesting cupola, is Sanders Confectionary, opened in 1875 at this location (although expanded in 1891).

Detroit, Michigan - Sanders Confectionary - circa of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and State Street. The corner store, with the interesting cupola, is Sanders Confectionary, opened in 1875 at this location (although expanded in

Crowley's Department Store - Old photos — Historic Detroit.  This was a bridge between two buildings

with Davinci the Detroit dog;Crowley's Department Store - Old photos — Historic Detroit. This was a bridge between two buildings

This giant stove used to be at the foot of E Grand Blvd & Jefferson  across from Belle Isle in Detroit, MI.  It was later relocated on the Michigan State Fairgrounds facing Woodward Ave near State Fair St, between 7 and 8 Mile road, in Detroit.

This giant stove used to be at the foot of E Grand Blvd & Jefferson across from Belle Isle in Detroit, MI. It was later relocated on the Michigan State Fairgrounds facing Woodward Ave near State Fair St, between 7 and 8 Mile road, in Detroit.

Kresge Building, Detroit, MI.  Kresge's was a chain of dimestores in MI, and the forerunner of Kmart.  I remember shopping with my mom at the Kresge's in Saginaw, MI as a kid.

Kresge's was a chain of dimestores in MI, and the forerunner of Kmart. I remember shopping with my Nana as the Battle Creek Kresge's. She'd give me a quarter and I'd have the greatest time picking out little 5 and dime toys.

This is just like my Dad's house growing up on the West side of Detroit.

This is typical of homes in middle class neighborhoods in Detroit. The photo of the police car warmed my heart as it reminded me of my grandfather who was on the Detroit police force in the and

Detroit, the World's first traffic light (1920 ca.) in Michigan Ave and Woodward Ave

The World's first traffic light, in Michigan Ave and Woodward Ave, Detroit, circa

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