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  • Detroit Abandoned Church Postcard

    Detroit Abandoned Church Postcard

    Built in 1911, the Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church in Detroit, MI once boasted a membership exceeding 2,000 members in the 1920’s. Over the years, membership declined as people fled the city and moved to the suburbs – to the point … Read More

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  • Detroit Ambassador Bridge Postcard

    Detroit Ambassador Bridge Postcard

    Spanning the Detroit River, the Ambassador International Bridge connects#Detroit, MI with Windsor, Ontario. It is the busiest international border crossing in#North America with more than 25% of all merchandise trade between the United States and Canada crossing the four-lane suspension … Read More

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  • Detroit Comerica Park Postcard

    Detroit Comerica Park Postcard

    Comerica Park is home to the Detroit Tigers and named after Comerica#Bank – which was founded in Detroit, MI. An open-air ballpark, the stadium can#seat over 41,000 spectators, and at the time of construction, the left field scoreboard was the … Read More

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  • Detroit Fox Theatre Postcard

    Detroit Fox Theatre Postcard

    The six-story neon facade of the historic Fox Theatre marquee illuminates downtown Detroit, MI. When it opened in 1928, it was the flagship movie palace in the Fox Theatres chain, and is the largest surviving movie palace of the 1920s … Read More

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  • Detroit Institute of Arts Postcard

    Detroit Institute of Arts Postcard

    The Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit, MI contains one of the largest and most significant art collections in the United States. Among the most visited art museums#in the world, the collection contains over 65,000 works of art from around … Read More

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  • Detroit James Scott Fountain Postcard

    Detroit James Scott Fountain Postcard

    Completed in 1925, the fountain in Belle Isle Park in Detroit, MI honors the controversial James Scott, who was described as a “vindictive, scurrilous misanthrope” by author W. Hawkins Ferry. When Scott died in 1910 with no heirs, he bequeathed … Read More

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  • Detroit Michigan Central Train Station Postcard

    Detroit Michigan Central Train Station Postcard

    When the Michigan Central Station opened in 1913, Detroit’s main passenger depot was the tallest rail station in the world. By the 1940s, 200 trains each day carried 4,000 passengers while 3,000 people worked in the office tower above. With … Read More

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  • Detroit Packard Automotive Plant Postcard

    Detroit Packard Automotive Plant Postcard

    Located on 40 acres near Detroit’s east side, the historic Packard Automotive Plant once manufactured luxury automobiles by the Packard Motor Car Company. When the plant opened in 1903, it was considered the most modern automobile manufacturing facility in the … Read More

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  • Detroit Renaissance Center Postcard

    Detroit Renaissance Center Postcard

    The Renaissance Center (nicknamed the RenCen) is a group of seven#interconnected skyscrapers in Detroit, MI intended to revitalize the economy#of the city. Located along the riverfront, the complex is also the world headquarters#of General Motors. The central tower, the Detroit … Read More

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  • Detroit Skyline and River Postcard

    Detroit Skyline and River Postcard

    Detroit’s history of skyscrapers began in 1889 with the completion of the historic 10-story Hammond Building — considered the city’s first steel-framed skyscraper. The 1920’s saw a building boom which included many of the city’s ornate skyscrapers. 4×6 Postcard Size: … Read More

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  • Detroit Skyline Sunset Postcard

    Detroit Skyline Sunset Postcard

    Detroit’s history of skyscrapers began in 1889 with the completion of the historic 10-story Hammond Building — considered the city’s first steel-framed skyscraper. The 1920’s saw a building boom which included many of the city’s ornate skyscrapers. 4×6 Postcard Size: … Read More

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  • Spirit of Detroit Postcard

    Spirit of Detroit Postcard

    When it was dedicated in 1958, the 26-foot Spirit of Detroit sculpture was the largest cast bronze statue since the Renaissance. The left hand holds a bronze sphere emanating rays to symbolize God, while the right hand holds a family … Read More

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  • Detroit Tigers Comerica Park Postcard

    Detroit Tigers Comerica Park Postcard

    Located in Detroit, MI USA, the stadium is home to the Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball team and can seat over 41,000 fans. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Cardstock — 21-107 | © Christopher Arndt Images. Artwork used is a derivative based on … Read More

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