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SPARTANTIQUES May 25
I discovered this 1963 34 page detailed report on Detroit’s bid to host the 1968 Olympic Games
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Wayne State History Dec 16
Community historical archives being developed in Delray!
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Vision 561 Productions Jan 3
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The Detroit News Nov 17
📽 Downtown Detroit between Campus Martius and Randolph was home to 11 theaters in the 1910s, and many more in the 1920s as movie palaces sprouted. More 📷 in the gallery:
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JoshLandonFox2 Feb 22
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Tina May 26
Simply, giddy. “Politicians in My Eyes” done live by Death.
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Julie Hinds May 17
Remarkable new book by Pultizer winner explores story of his father, a newspaper man, and the 1950s Red Scare. Moving, sweeping, and relevant to today. via
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DetroitPassport2Arts 7 Dec 18
Our next excursion, Opera Modo, is next weekend at the Jam Handy in New Center. Did you know that the animated film "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" was produced by the Jam Handy Org in Detroit in 1948?
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Michigan's Past Nov 1
Mr. Beasaw on Belle Isle in Detroit throwing an object at trees - Nov 1901 (BHC)
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Death By Lipstick 🎼 Aug 1
Nain Rouge is being told through a series of fiction books, a graphic novel & a planned short film.Josef Bastian is the writer &creator of the Trilogy & the Nain Rouge Graphic Novel.
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MichiganHistoryCtr Feb 28
Go behind-the-scenes with Archivist Leslie Edwards to learn more about the Michigan Central Station architectural drawings and the urgent need for their preservation and digitization.
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Buhl Sport Detroit Dec 26
Theodore D. Buhl was Tom and Robbie’s great grandfather. He was president of Buhl Stamping Company, shown here ~1905, which started in 1888. Photo 📸: Detroit Publishing Company via Library of Congress
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Jean Scheffler✨ Jul 25
Shout out to all the amazing Detroit nurses!
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The Detroit News Oct 7
Ransom E. Olds is considered by many to be the founder of the American automobile industry. He was the first automaker to manufacture and sell cars in quantity. More early auto giants in our latest gallery:
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Keener 13 Apr 4
Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanaugh throws out the first pitch for the Detroit Tigers Opening Day April 9, 1963 at Tiger Stadium.
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CHASS Center Nov 3
Visit the detroithistorical exhibit. Learn about the history of this amazing community. Great work sdbadet and all the contributors! . @ Detroit Historical Museum
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The Detroit History Podcast Feb 18
The second episode of the second season: "Remembering The Anchor, Detroit's Most Famous Newspaper Bar" is now on our website, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.
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Kristin Waterbury Aug 15
My colleague, Erin, is doing a twitter takeover covering her work for Merrill-Palmer Skillman Institute! I'm also involved and am excited about sharing more about MPSI and its significance on the research and education of children in the 20th/21st centuries!
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Free Productions Sep 24
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MAC2019Detroit Mar 16
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