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    Its not worth posting when I have to deal with the captcha!

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    Designed by Malcomson & Higginbotham. Lingemann Elementary School-Detroit Public Schools, 567 Montclair built 1916-1917 Marina District, Detroit, MI. Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
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    Designed by Donaldson & Meier for David Stott. Arcadia Dance Hall, 3527 Woodward Avenue built 1912-1913 Midtown, Detroit, MI. Includes an image of the building from Wayne State University's Virtual Motor City Collection, date unknown.

    Demolished: 1972
    First image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.
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    Designed by John C. Stahl Jr. for John W. Ritchie. 267 East Grand Boulevard built in 1909 East Grand Boulevard Historic District, Detroit, MI.
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    Designed by Charles N. Agree for Morris Stakstein. 2337 Chicago Boulevard built in 1932 Boston-Edison Historic District, Detroit, MI. Includes a page from Agree's jobs list from the archives of the Burton Historical Collection circa 1942.
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    ^ what a stunning home that's something I wanna keep and live in forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metro25 View Post
    ^ what a stunning home that's something I wanna keep and live in forever.
    I think forumer Neil has more info on this house.

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    Designed by Rogers & MacFarlane.
    Banner Cigar Factory, 138 East Congress built in 1888 Downtown, Detroit, MI.

    Demolished: 1957
    Image from Detroit in History and Commerce, circa 1891.
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    Desinged by Yamasaki, Leinweber & Associates. First Methodist Church of Warren, 5005 Chicago Road built 1957-1958 Warren, MI. Includes an article/photograph featuring the church from a 1958 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Currently: First United Methodist Church
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    Designed by Pollmar & Ropes for Joseph Perrien. 1009 Kensington built in 1917 Grosse Pointe Park, MI. Includes images of from an original set of plans for the house.

    The porches were a later additions designed by Clarence E. Day. The owners of the house have the original plans, specification book and plans for the additions.
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    Designed by Charles L. Phelps for the Jones & McNally Company. 19415 Argyle Crescent built in 1925 Palmer Woods Historic District, Detroit, MI.

    Builder: Jones & McNally Company
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    Quote Originally Posted by p69rrh51 View Post
    Designed by Donaldson & Meier for David Stott. Arcadia Dance Hall, 3527 Woodward Avenue built 1912-1913 Midtown, Detroit, MI. Includes an image of the building from Wayne State University's Virtual Motor City Collection, date unknown.

    Demolished: 1972
    First image from the Burton Historical Collection, date unknown.

    Arcadia!! Used as a roller rink for many years after the ballroom dancing days has passed. Ahhh, such great childhood memories of that Detroit 'elbows-out' roller skating.

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    Designed by Spier & Rohns.
    Railroad Y. M. C. A. Building, 6320 John Kronk Street built in 1900 Detroit, MI. Includes a
    n article/rendering featuring the building from a 1900 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from Wayne State University's Virtual Motor City Collection, date unknown.
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    Designed by Malcomson & Higginbotham. Thomas McGraw Elementary School, 3400 Wreford built 1900-1901 Detroit Public Schools, Detroit, MI. Includes a rendering of the building from a 1900 edition of the Detroit Free Press.

    Demolished: Date unknown to me
    Image from the Burton Historical Collection, circa 1920.
    Unfortunately this is the best photograph I can find of the building.

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