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561 Livernois, Detroit, Michigan. This is one of John Wolnowski's tax records. He owned this home for over 50 years. The address changed to 3817 Livernois after the Detroit Street Re-numeration Project.

561 Livernois, Detroit, Michigan. This is one of John Wolnowski's tax records. He owned this home for over 50 years. The address changed to 3817 Livernois after the Detroit Street Re-numeration Project.

Livernois Avenue, Detroit

Livernois Avenue, Detroit

From 1940-1960, Livernois Ave. in Detroit was considered the auto dealership capital of the world. There were hundreds of dealers lined up from Eight Mile to Grand River.

From 1940-1960, Livernois Ave. in Detroit was considered the auto dealership capital of the world. There were hundreds of dealers lined up from Eight Mile to Grand River.

Baker’s Keyboard Lounge - 20510 Livernois Ave., Detroit; 313-345-6300; $$: The world’s oldest operating jazz club, now with a new lease on life, features big band and jazz jam sessions and a great late-night dining menu, with metropolitan Detroit’s finest local musicians live every weekend. Get there early and score one of the horseshoe-shaped booths — just right for two! (Photo via Facebook)

Baker’s Keyboard Lounge - 20510 Livernois Ave., Detroit; 313-345-6300; $$: The world’s oldest operating jazz club, now with a new lease on life, features big band and jazz jam sessions and a great late-night dining menu, with metropolitan Detroit’s finest local musicians live every weekend. Get there early and score one of the horseshoe-shaped booths — just right for two! (Photo via Facebook)

El Guanaco  1710 Livernois Rd Troy

El Guanaco 1710 Livernois Rd Troy

For an unexpected taste of Detroit, visit Palmer Woods, a leafy neighborhood in the citys northwest corner. Many of the historic districts 300 or so homes — mostly neo-Georgian and Tudor Revival — were built in the early 1900s at the behest of auto-industry barons.

For an unexpected taste of Detroit, visit Palmer Woods, a leafy neighborhood in the citys northwest corner. Many of the historic districts 300 or so homes — mostly neo-Georgian and Tudor Revival — were built in the early 1900s at the behest of auto-industry barons.

Considering the fact that I used to live right off of Schoenherr Rd., I'd better be able to pronounce it.

Considering the fact that I used to live right off of Schoenherr Rd., I'd better be able to pronounce it.

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