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Interior of Michigan Capitol dome.
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The Wilson Barn is a barn located near Livonia, Michigan. Ira Wilson was born in 1867, & began his career in dairy farming at an early age, working on the farm owned by his family since 1847. He built a barn on this site in 1888; in 1919 the barn burned & he built the present structure on the foundations of the earlier barn. Wilson eventually established a million-dollar dairy, creamery, & trucking business, the Ira Wilson & Sons Dairy, & served for two terms as Wayne Co. sheriff. wilson barn, barnsmillscov bridgesfarm, histor barnsfarm
Wilson Barn in Livonia, Michigan
Seal of the City of Dearborn, Michigan, settled in 1786
Irish Hills Towers in the 1970's. The first of these observation towers was built in 1924, with the second tower being added later. Located in the Irish Hills near Onsted and Brooklyn, MI. The towers are now abandoned and may be torn down.
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Mexican Fiesta in Dearborn Heights. One of the best Mexican restaurants in Michigan.
Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour Resaurant...they are only in CA now, but we used to have one in Cincinnati in the late 70's/early 80's. My BFF had a birthday party there and it was so much fun! Great ice cream! memori, farrel ice, birthday parties, the zoo, birthdays, places, huntington beach, ice cream parlor, kid
Farrell's - Ice Cream Parlour Restaurants.
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Dearborn's new Intermodal Rail Station
The first in a series of hand drawn type posters featuring some classic and some obscure song lyrics. You will receive a print of an original illustration done in ink then digitally colored. Printed on matte 110 lb paper using archival pigment ink. The paper size is 12 x 18 with 1" border for framing. $26 brooklyn print, print 9x12, art, brooklyn babi, baby prints, nyc, claudia pearson, design, live
J.L. Hudson - 13 stories of shopping - Hudson’s was the tallest department store in the country and was second in square footage only to Macy’s anchor Store in New York. It dominated the retail market in the city through the 1970’s before closing its doors in 1983. The Thanksgiving Day Christmas Parade down Woodward Ave ended at Hudson's downtown - it was an awesome shopping experience. j l hudsons detroit, detroit revisit, downtown detroit, michigan stuff, histor detroit, place, the city
J. L. Hudson Co. Department Store