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stroh's brewery | The long gone Stroh Brewery on Gratiot, which was torn down in the ...

stroh's brewery | The long gone Stroh Brewery on Gratiot, which was torn down in the ...

Cobo Hall...home of the Detroit Auto Show  and to many concerts including Rolling Stones, David Bowie, and The Monkey's...which is the only rock concert I've been to.

Cobo Hall...home of the Detroit Auto Show and to many concerts including Rolling Stones, David Bowie, and The Monkey's...which is the only rock concert I've been to.

Detroit Memories- Getting mini loaves of bread on Halloween from the Wonder Bread bakery on Grand River (now the Motor City Casino)

Detroit Memories- Getting mini loaves of bread on Halloween from the Wonder Bread bakery on Grand River (now the Motor City Casino)

Federals Department Store, Detroit, Michigan, 1950's - I remember shopping with my mom at Federals in Saginaw, Michigan.

Federals Department Store, Detroit, Michigan, 1950's - I remember shopping with my mom at Federals in Saginaw, Michigan.

Hudson's at Christmas Time (back in the day) Hudson's took up 3 lrg. City Blocks (the whole squares to the street behind it) Santa Arrived in the Thanksgiving Parade, was Given the Key to the City by the Mayor, & Went Straight Up to TOYLAND...the Entire 12th Floor.  That was the REAL Santa, the Rest were just his helpers.  We Rode the Bus to See Him Every Year as Youngsters. Hudsons Had LIVE Mannequins in their Windows...Hudson's Downtown was FABULOUS!

Hudson's at Christmas Time (back in the day) Hudson's took up 3 lrg. City Blocks (the whole squares to the street behind it) Santa Arrived in the Thanksgiving Parade, was Given the Key to the City by the Mayor, & Went Straight Up to TOYLAND...the Entire 12th Floor. That was the REAL Santa, the Rest were just his helpers. We Rode the Bus to See Him Every Year as Youngsters. Hudsons Had LIVE Mannequins in their Windows...Hudson's Downtown was FABULOUS!

Along the North Mall, Northland Center, Detroit, Michigan. ”The world’s largest shopping center”, built by the J. L. Hudson Company and opened in March, 1954.

Along the North Mall, Northland Center, Detroit, Michigan. ”The world’s largest shopping center”, built by the J. L. Hudson Company and opened in March, 1954.

The old Greyhound Station and Cunninghams Drug Store with the Statler Hotel in the background. Detroit, Michigan 1960

The old Greyhound Station and Cunninghams Drug Store with the Statler Hotel in the background. Detroit, Michigan 1960

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