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Greektown, Detroit, MI, We would go often. That is where i acquired my love of greek food.

Bill June 27, 1908 – January 27, 1997) host of the long-running Detroit-based television show, Bill Kennedy at the Movies.....Bill Kennedy lived in Grosse Pointe, MI. as did Soupy Sales.

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vintage everyday: Everyday Life in Detroit, Michigan in 1972

Detroit Riots of 1967

1967 Detroit Riots

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James Scott Mansion, Peterboro and Park (from Northwest) built in 1897--Detroit MI | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Eastern Market will officially reopen its renovated Shed 5 Saturday morning.

Creepy Images of What Uninhabited World Would Look Like - Ruins of Detroit: Frightening Remnants of a Lost World - Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre spent five years documenting the disintegration Detroit in their project, "The Ruins of Detroit". - I just don't understand why books are left behind in an old library or records are left behind in an old police station.

A group of young Detroiters snap photos with box cameras on opening day at the Detroit Zoo, 1938.Found on detroitland.tumbl...

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State Theater, Detroit, Michigan.

The Engine House No. 11 is a fire station located at 2737 Gratiot Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. It is the oldest remaining firehouse in the city of Detroit,[3] and was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1975[2] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

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President U.S. Grant's home in Detroit to be moved

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Detroit circa 1905. "Woodward Avenue looking north." The soap-and-theater district.