Automobile Plant of the Studebaker Corporation


Union Depot



Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Title:
Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
aka Wayne County Airport - Operated by the Board of Wayne County Road Commission. This ultra modern passenger terminal complete with hotel, restaurant and other services, is completely soundproofed and air conditioned. It is located at Detroit Industrial Expressway and Middlebelt Road, a twenty-minute drive from downtown.


Northland Shopping Center
Title:
Northland Shopping Center
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
Title:
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Operated by the Wayne County Road Commission, has undergone a $50 million facelifting and now ranks as one of the foremost jet-age airports in the country. All airlines serving Detroit now use this airport.


Tigers at Home - Inside Tiger Stadium, Michigan at Trumbull
Title:
Tigers at Home - Inside Tiger Stadium, Michigan at Trumbull
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the Detroit Tigers and the Detroit Lions. Tiger Stadium has a seating capacity of 52,904 and is one of the most modern stadiums in the country.



Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1949 Jun-13


Brigg's Stadium
Title:
Brigg's Stadium
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused



The Detroit News Building
Title:
The Detroit News Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused


The Detroit News Building
Title:
The Detroit News Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused



The Detroit News Building, The World's Greatest Newspaper Plant
Title:
The Detroit News Building, The World's Greatest Newspaper Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The "First in America" Advertising record has been made many times in these offices. The Detroit News set a world record in 1926 by publishing 34,030,570 lines of paid advertising. The News triumphed over all other newspapers in America, in advertising published, in 1916, 1919, 1920, 1924 and 1926, stood second in 1914, 1915, 1917, 1918, 1921, 1923 and 1925, and third in 1922. Of trading areas of the United States, none of Detroit's size is so completely covered in circulation by one newspaper as is the Detroit trading territory by The Detroit News.


THE DETROIT NEWS BUILDING, THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER PLANT.
Title:
THE DETROIT NEWS BUILDING, THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER PLANT.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The printing presses of The Detroit News send a constant stream of completed newspapers to the mailing room, ingenious conveyors lightening the labors of the employees. A fleet of 91 motor trucks speeds the product to distributors in Detroit and suburban cities.



The Detroit News Building
Title:
The Detroit News Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused


THE DETROIT NEWS BUILDING, THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER PLANT.
Title:
THE DETROIT NEWS BUILDING, THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER PLANT.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
THE DETROIT NEWS, DETROIT, MICHIGAN The finely wrought steel vestibule and grilles, exquisite sculptures in bas relief, and a medieval globe are decorative features of the lobby of The Detroit News Building.



The Tropics Cocktail Lounge
Title:
The Tropics Cocktail Lounge
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Topinkas
Title:
Topinkas
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Detroit's Finest Restaurant and Smorgasbord - Famous From Coast To Coast - 2960 West Grand Boulevard across from Fisher Building.



Studebaker
Title:
Studebaker
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
1953 V8 Land Cruiser


First Congregational Church
Title:
First Congregational Church
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-16



Plant of Morgan & Wright
Title:
Plant of Morgan & Wright
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Cadillac Hotel
Title:
Cadillac Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Hotel Cadillac has enjoyed the reputation of being one of the best hostelries in Michigan., It occupies the entire frontage of Michigan Avenue between Washington Boulevard and Shelby Street and contains 300 rooms with a capacity of over 600 persons. The property was constructed by the late Daniel Scotten and is still owned by the heirs of his estate.



Ford Motor Co. By Moonlight
Title:
Ford Motor Co. By Moonlight
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Crestwood Motel
Title:
Crestwood Motel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1960



James Scott Memorial Fountain, Belle Isle Park
Title:
James Scott Memorial Fountain, Belle Isle Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
C. T. Art Colortone


Ford Airport and Mooring Mast
Title:
Ford Airport and Mooring Mast
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
FORD AIRPORT IN DEARBORN, MICH. One of the finest aviation fields in the country, which besides having every facility for handling heavier than air machines, also has a large mooring mast for dirigibles.



Plymouth Division, Chrysler Corporation
Title:
Plymouth Division, Chrysler Corporation
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1954 Aug-7

Description:
This modern automobile factory invites you to make a tour of its plant - to see two 1/2 mile long production lines fed by the amazing 25 mile long conveyor system - to watch new Plymouth cars being built right before your eyes. It's a sight you will never forget.


Willow Run Air Terminal
Title:
Willow Run Air Terminal
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Book-Cadillac Hotel
Title:
Book-Cadillac Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1927 Jul-13


Hotel Cadillac
Title:
Hotel Cadillac
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border

Description:
The Hotel Cadillac has enjoyed the reputation of being one of the best hostelries in Michigan. It occupies the entire frontage of Michigan Avenue between Washington Boulevard and Shelby Street and contains 300 rooms with a capacity of over 600 persons. The park and boulevard right of building extend for four blocks through the heart of the City.



Hotel Tuller
Title:
Hotel Tuller
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1917 Sep-12


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-3



The Tuller Hotel
Title:
The Tuller Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
This view taken from the front entrance. Grand Circus Park West.


The Majestic Servself, Basement Majestic Building
Title:
The Majestic Servself, Basement Majestic Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1912 Jul-28

Description:
Detroit's ideally located quick lunch, is the America, having a serving capacity of over 1,000 per one an hour. Serving well cooked dishes are displayed on large serving coasters from which customers select their food. Home cooking. Ideal surroundings and the very best of service has made it Detroit's most popular quick lunch. This restaurant appeals particularly to visitors and tourists, street cars from every station and ??? dock stopping directly in front of the building. The Majestic is only one of the many high class restaurants opearted by Messrs. Bressan, Fitzgerald & Simka.



The Old Club, St. Clair Flats
Title:
The Old Club, St. Clair Flats
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-24


Ice Fountain, Washington Boulevard
Title:
Ice Fountain, Washington Boulevard
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910 Dec-11



Monroe Avenue, North of Campus
Title:
Monroe Avenue, North of Campus
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Ford Motor Company, Highland Park Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Company, Highland Park Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The parent plant of the Ford Motor Company, located at Detroit, Mich., employs 50,000 men and produces parts for 8,000 cars a day. The first Model "T" car was produced on October 1, 1908, and the Ten Millionth came off the assembly line on June 4, 1924. The plant covers 278 acres, of which about 105 are under roof.



Lincoln Motor Company
Title:
Lincoln Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Immaculata High School - Greenlawn & Marygrove Drive
Title:
Immaculata High School - Greenlawn & Marygrove Drive
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Administration Building - Parke, Davis & Company Laboratories
Title:
Administration Building - Parke, Davis & Company Laboratories
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused


The Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
The Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1943 Jul-13

Description:
The Henry Ford hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Detroit. It is open to the general public and has accommodations for 600 bed patients.



Lincoln Motor Co.
Title:
Lincoln Motor Co.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1949 Sep-26


Shrine and Church of the Little Flower, Royal Oak
Title:
Shrine and Church of the Little Flower, Royal Oak
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Park Shelton Hotel
Title:
Park Shelton Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Hotel Fort Shelby
Title:
Hotel Fort Shelby
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1943 Jan-15



Water Front
Title:
Water Front
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Pavilion, Belle Isle
Title:
The Pavilion, Belle Isle
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Sep-2



Washington Boulevard
Title:
Washington Boulevard
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Dec-21


Woodward Avenue; North from Grand Circus Park
Title:
Woodward Avenue; North from Grand Circus Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Nov-20



Panorama of Detroit from Majestic Building
Title:
Panorama of Detroit from Majestic Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Cabana Motel
Title:
The Cabana Motel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Hotel Fort Wayne
Title:
Hotel Fort Wayne
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Institute of Arts
Title:
Institute of Arts
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1943 Oct-20



The Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
The Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The Henry Ford Hospital is one of the finest hospitals in the country. It is open to the general public and has accommodations for 462 patients. It is a non-profit corporation and represents an investment of more than $10,750,000 which has been donated by members of the Ford family.


Tiger Stadium
Title:
Tiger Stadium
Detroit Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Mary Gunn Dexter Press



Detroit Salt Co.
Title:
Detroit Salt Co.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jul-10


The Majestic Servself
Title:
The Majestic Servself
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Ford Motor Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM Dec-12


Cadillac Motor Car Co.
Title:
Cadillac Motor Car Co.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



The Studebaker Corporation Plants Nos. 1 and 3
Title:
The Studebaker Corporation Plants Nos. 1 and 3
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Continental Motor Mfg. Co.
Title:
Continental Motor Mfg. Co.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Packard Motor Car Company
Title:
Packard Motor Car Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Metropolitan Sight Seeing Co.
Title:
Metropolitan Sight Seeing Co.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Main Office, Hotel Oxford Woodward Avenue and Larned Street Phone Main 5625 Detroit, Michigan Special rates to Parties.



Fox Theatre - Ladies Lounges
Title:
Fox Theatre - Ladies Lounges
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Fox Theatre - Rotunda and Grand Staircase
Title:
Fox Theatre - Rotunda and Grand Staircase
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Ford Motor Company
Title:
Ford Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused

Description:
The Parent Ford Plant is located in Highland Park and covers 278 acres of which 105 are under roof. It employs 50,000 men. Working in conjunction with the Parent Plant are 35 branches in the U.S. of which 32 are assembly plants. These employ 26,000 men. Foreign branches and associated companies are located in South America. Cuba, Denmark, Belgium, England, Spain, France, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Chile and Canada. There are approximately 40,000 Ford dealers and service stations in this country.


The Scotten Tobacco Co. - Salesman's Card
Title:
The Scotten Tobacco Co. - Salesman's Card
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Sep-28



Bridge, Belle Isle
Title:
Bridge, Belle Isle
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-31


Hotel Griswold - Lobby
Title:
Hotel Griswold - Lobby
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM Aug-14



Monroe Avenue, North of Campus
Title:
Monroe Avenue, North of Campus
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Hotel Tuller and Grand Circus Park
Title:
Hotel Tuller and Grand Circus Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Charity Crucifixion Tower
Title:
Charity Crucifixion Tower
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


United States Post Office
Title:
United States Post Office
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
World's largest Post Office: 1,090,434 square feet of floor area Dexter Press, Inc.



The New Veterans Memorial
Title:
The New Veterans Memorial
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1955 Sep-12

Description:
The first building of Detroit's Civic Center. Completed in 1950 at a cost of $5,200,000, the Memorial Building is not only a beautiful monument but one which will be useful for generations to come. The Memorial is located on a two-block site bounded by Jefferson, Griswold, Atwater and Shelby, and the area includes the site of old Fort Pontchartrain established by Cadillac in 1701.


Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Title:
Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



The Old Cow Shed
Title:
The Old Cow Shed
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1936 Dec-11


The Briggs Stadium
Title:
The Briggs Stadium
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions. Located at Michigan and Trumbull Avenues. The stadium has a seating capacity of 60,000 and is one of the most modern stadiums in the country.



Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Title:
Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Detroit Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused


Tiger Stadium
Title:
Tiger Stadium
Detroit Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused



Randolph Holding Sign Asking for Work
Title:
Randolph Holding Sign Asking for Work
Detroit Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1930


In Electric Park
Title:
In Electric Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Western High School
Title:
Western High School
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Flamingo Room
Title:
Flamingo Room
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Central Feature of Ground Floor, Hotel Pontchartrain



New Michigan Central Station
Title:
New Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


New Statler Hotel
Title:
New Statler Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1914



Elks Temple
Title:
Elks Temple
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Monroe Avenue, is one of the many handsome buildings to be found in this busy thoroughfare. It is nine stories in height, the seven lower floors being used for business and office purposes, while the remaining two floors are given over entirely to lodge rooms, which are commodious and very artistically decorated.


Fort Street West
Title:
Fort Street West
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-23


Charlevoix Hotel
Title:
Charlevoix Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-24

Description:
Located at 45 Park street, one of the many handsome and commodious hotels that Detroit boasts of. It was erected in 1906, is eleven stories in height and is divided into 100 apartments.



Hotel Pontchartrain and Woodward Avenue
Title:
Hotel Pontchartrain and Woodward Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Union Depot
Title:
Union Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-10



Grand Circus Park West
Title:
Grand Circus Park West
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
David Whitney Building - Hotel Statler - Hotel Tuller


Griswold Street
Title:
Griswold Street
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
"The Wall Street of Detroit"



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-12


Bridge Approach to Belle Isle Park
Title:
Bridge Approach to Belle Isle Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1913 Dec-29

Description:
Belle Isle Park is an island of 702 acres located in the Detroit River, netween Detroit and Windsor.It has been converted into one of the most beautiful parks in the United States, having 21 miles of macademized roads and having a magnificent Casino, Pavilions, Aquarium, Bath Houses, Horticultural Hall and Zoological Gardens. Upwards of a million and a half dollars have been expended in beautifying it.



Hotel Ponchartrain
Title:
Hotel Ponchartrain
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1911 Jan-24


Jesuit Church and Detroit College
Title:
Jesuit Church and Detroit College
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-11



Soldiers Monument & City Hall, Cadillac Sq.
Title:
Soldiers Monument & City Hall, Cadillac Sq.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1915 Sep-10


Hotel Pontchartrain
Title:
Hotel Pontchartrain
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-22



The Aquarium at Belle Isle Park
Title:
The Aquarium at Belle Isle Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1913 Jan-12


The Madison and Lenox Apartment Hotels
Title:
The Madison and Lenox Apartment Hotels
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Entrance to Detroit River Tunnel
Title:
Entrance to Detroit River Tunnel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1915 Jan-5

Description:
The Tunnel has the unique distinction of being the only tunnel of this type ever built. It was constructed in sections, all work being done from the surface of the water without the use of compressed air. The tunnel is operated electrically. Construction was started October 1, 1906, and completed July 1, 1910. the length from portal to portal is 1 3/8 miles and from summit of grade 2 1/2 miles. It was built for the M.C.R.R. at a cost of $8,500,000.


Light House Inn
Title:
Light House Inn
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1913 Jul-22



Peninsular Furnaces and Stoves
Title:
Peninsular Furnaces and Stoves
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Manufactured by Peninsular Stove Company, Detroit, Chicago, Buffalo. I will call about June 18th and I hope to be favored with your order. Yours Truly E. P. Oviatt


Buick - 1933 Series 33 Sixty Victoria Coupe
Title:
Buick - 1933 Series 33 Sixty Victoria Coupe
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Flanders Manufacturing Company
Title:
Flanders Manufacturing Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
'Often for a distance of a quarter-mile or more, the Flanders "20" Glidden Pathfinder traveled through water. All is not piked highway along the "Dixie Trail" - Flanders "20" is the lowest priced car that has ever been entrusted with the arduous task of laying out the Glidden Tour Route. The route of the 1911 Glidden Tour was one of the longest and by far the most difficult ever selected. It was from New York City to Jacksonville, Fla., over roads that ranged all the way from excellent to-well, awful. The slippery red clay of the Carolinas was only surpassed in cussedness by the deep, shifting sands of Florida. In the tour several of America's highest priced cars ignominiously succumbed to the hardships of the roads-roads which, bad at their best, were indescribably bad on account of the torrential rains which fell during the tour. In laying out the route, the Flanders "20" Pathfinder performed such wonderful work that the official pilot, Mr. A.L. Westgard, said, "No car at any price and of any power could have done better." And in the contest that followed, Flanders "20" (the same car that laid out the route and driven by the same man--Soules) was one of the few cars to finish with a perfect score.


E-M-F "30" Glidden Tour Pathfinder
Title:
E-M-F "30" Glidden Tour Pathfinder
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pathfinding for the Glidden Tour-Detroit to Denver and return. 2600 miles in rainy April. Car was an E-M-F "30" Price: $1250. Price now $1000. Dai H. Lewis-the man in the long drab overcoat-has been Official Pathfinder for every important reliability contest that ever was. His knowledge of roads and of automobiles is great. The smile of approval shown in the picture says volumes for the E-M-F "30." It was positively wonderful how she plugged through mud and clay - went where lots of sixty horse powered cars couldn't have followed her and did it without apparent effort.



Parke, Davis & Co. -The Animal Industry Depart. - Blackleg Vaccines
Title:
Parke, Davis & Co. -The Animal Industry Depart. - Blackleg Vaccines
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
25 Million Successful Vaccinations with BLACKLEGOIDS The simplest, safest, surest and quickest way to vaccinate calves agains blackleg. No dose to measure - No string to rot - no liquid to spill. Vaccine Injector the easy and safe way to use Blacklegoids. Prevent such loss by using Vaccine Blackleg Aggressin Germ-Free Vaccine Blackleg Filtrate Germ-Free Vaccine Write for a complete booklet on Blackleg it will be sent free.


The Studebaker Corporation of American
Title:
The Studebaker Corporation of American
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Studebaker "Six," $1550 I am interested in the Studebaker "Six." Where can I see it and get full information? Send catalogue and Proof Book Name ________ Town ________ Street _______ State ____



Metropolitan Omnibus Company
Title:
Metropolitan Omnibus Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
When You come to Detroit be sure and ride in this Car.


Detroit Institute of Arts - The Court
Title:
Detroit Institute of Arts - The Court
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1941 Jun-9



Landing of Cadillac at Detroit 1701 - 1951
Title:
Landing of Cadillac at Detroit 1701 - 1951
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Post Card Collectors Club of America


Lounge at the Women's City Club of Detroit
Title:
Lounge at the Women's City Club of Detroit
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1951 Aug-05



Capsule Manufacturing at Parke-Davis
Title:
Capsule Manufacturing at Parke-Davis
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The sciences of Medicine, Pharmacy, Chemistry, and Engineering, enter into precision manufacture of empty gelatin capsules, basic carrier of many medicines. Each machine produces more than a half million capsules daily.


Belle Isle Park
Title:
Belle Isle Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1914 Aug-21



Book Cadillac Hotel
Title:
Book Cadillac Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


Greetings from Detroit
Title:
Greetings from Detroit
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Hotel Book-Cadillac
Title:
Hotel Book-Cadillac
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1946 Jan-20


Visitors' Reception Room, Parke-Davis
Title:
Visitors' Reception Room, Parke-Davis
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Some 10,000 Physicians, Pharmacists, Nurses, and students of these professions visit Parke-Davis annually for tours of laboratories of one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies. Here, they may relax, view scientific movies, meet company executives, and ask questions.



Reception Room, Parke-Davis
Title:
Reception Room, Parke-Davis
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Here, visitors and officials from many countries receive a friendly welcome to one of the world's largest pharmaceutical research and manufacturing organizations.


Parke-Davis - Cafeteria
Title:
Parke-Davis - Cafeteria
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Parke-Davis Capsule Manufacturing
Title:
Parke-Davis Capsule Manufacturing
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The sciences of Medicine, Pharmacy, Chemistry and Engineering, enter into precision manufacture of empty gelatin capsules, basic carrier of many medicines. Each machine produces more than a half million capsules daily.


Carson's Stek and Prime Roast Rib House and Cocktail Lounge
Title:
Carson's Stek and Prime Roast Rib House and Cocktail Lounge
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Are you planning a party? Three beautiful private dining rooms to accommodate you. For reservations, phone Trinity 4-0417. Olson Photographic



Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1962 Jul-05

Description:
Constructed of limestone in the Gothic style, the Masonic Temple is an important factor in the social life of Detroit. Lectures, civic-operas, and ballets are scheduled throughout the season.


Cadillac Motor Car Company
Title:
Cadillac Motor Car Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1935 Oct-02



Detroit Athletic Club
Title:
Detroit Athletic Club
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1940 Jan-05


Hotel Pontchartrain and Cadillac Square
Title:
Hotel Pontchartrain and Cadillac Square
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-21



Interior, Log Cabin
Title:
Interior, Log Cabin
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-19


Bird's-eye View Belle Isle Bridge
Title:
Bird's-eye View Belle Isle Bridge
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-27



Electric Park
Title:
Electric Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-14


Y. W. C. A. Building
Title:
Y. W. C. A. Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
Circa 1916, Albert Kahn architect - 2230 Witherell Street



Griswold St.
Title:
Griswold St.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jun-13


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jun-22



Grand Circus Park
Title:
Grand Circus Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Ice Fountain, Washington Park
Title:
Ice Fountain, Washington Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Northland Center
Title:
Northland Center
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
Statue of Boy and Bear, by noted sculpture, Marshall Fredericks, in the Northland Concourse. "The world's largest shopping center", built by the J.L. Hudson Company, opened in March 1954. This fabulous shopping center is located between 8 Mile Road and 9 Mile Road and bounded by Greenfield Road and Northwestern Highway on the northwestern boundary of Detroit.


Washington Boulevard and the Statler Hotel
Title:
Washington Boulevard and the Statler Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1955 Dec-5



Guffin's House of Beef
Title:
Guffin's House of Beef
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Guffin's House of Beet 24242 Grand River (US 16, One block west of US 24) Detroit 19, Michigan Serving Roasted Prime Rounds Sliced to your liking. Crispy salads, Home baked Pies and Rolls Breakfast served 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM Fine home cooked meals served 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM Phone KEnwood 5-3609


Elmwood Park Plaza
Title:
Elmwood Park Plaza
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Belle Isle Park - Casino and Lagoon
Title:
Belle Isle Park - Casino and Lagoon
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1949 JAN-05

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.


Monroe Avenue and Cadillac Square Showing Barlum Tower and Hotel
Title:
Monroe Avenue and Cadillac Square Showing Barlum Tower and Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Jan-10

Description:
Cadillac Square, in the heart of Detroit's financial and business center, is one of the most active trading centers in the city. Curt Teich & Co.



Pingree Monument
Title:
Pingree Monument
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909 Jul-27


Union Depot Building
Title:
Union Depot Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-15



View of Union Depot
Title:
View of Union Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Young Womens' Christian Association
Title:
Young Womens' Christian Association
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Nov-16



Waterworks Park
Title:
Waterworks Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Aug-24


Detroit Free Press Hot Air Balloon
Title:
Detroit Free Press Hot Air Balloon
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Michigan's largest morning paper. This colorful Detroit Free Press hot air balloon is owned and operated by commercial pilot Gordon Boring and his wife Margaret. Champagne flights are available, for reservations call (313) 624-5137, 669-4232 or write the Wicker Basket Balloon Center, 1801 Rock Rd., Walled Lake, MI 48088.



Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Constructed of limestone in the Gothic style, the Masonic Temple is an important factor in the social life of Detroit. Lectures, civic operas, and ballets are scheduled throughout the season.


Detroit City Airport Motel
Title:
Detroit City Airport Motel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Adjoining the Terminal - Detroit City Airport - 10945 Gratiot at Conner. One of the nation's outstanding Air-Motels-featuring 50 "Award-Winning Rooms"; two and three room suites; office-bedrooms; air conditioning; restaurant, cocktail lounge; conference rooms. Twelve minutes to convention center. Modest rates. AAA Approved - Greater Detroit Motel Association.



Eastman's Gaslight Room
Title:
Eastman's Gaslight Room
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Bagley at Grand River. Detroit 26, Michigan. WO 2-1020


Street Scene 1916
Title:
Street Scene 1916
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



The Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
The Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The Henry Ford Hospital is one of the finest hospitals in the country. It isopen to the general public and has accommodations for 462 patients. It is a no-profit corporation and represents an investment of more than $10,750,000 which has been donated by members of the Ford family.


Lincoln Motor Company - Division of Ford Motor Company
Title:
Lincoln Motor Company - Division of Ford Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo



The Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
The Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The Henry Ford Hospital is one of the finest hospitals in the country. It is open to the general public and has accommodations for 462 patients. It is a non-profit corporation and represents an investment of more than 10,750,000 which has been donated by members of the Ford family.


Lincoln Motor Company Division of the Ford Motor Company
Title:
Lincoln Motor Company Division of the Ford Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Real Photo

Description:
The Lincoln plant, located on West Warren Avenue, Detroit, devoted to the production of motor cars of exceptional high quality, and is noted for its precision workmanship. The plant has a capacity of 10,500 motor cars annually.



Tiger Stadium
Title:
Tiger Stadium
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome


The Briggs Stadium
Title:
The Briggs Stadium
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Home of the Detroit Tigers and the Detroit Lions. Located at Michigan and Trumbull Avenues, the Stadium has a seating capacity of 60,000 and is one of the most modern stadiums in the country. Greetings from Williamston, Michigan



Tiger Stadium
Title:
Tiger Stadium
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.


Lower Huron Metropolitan Park
Title:
Lower Huron Metropolitan Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Developed by the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority, five-county park and parkway agency, this 500-acre park is located 23 miles from downtown Detroit and west of the new Detroit Metropolitan Airport in Wayne County. Entrance is on Hannon Road, 1/2 mile south of the Willow Run Expressway (US 12). Picnic facilities include shelters, stoves, tables and shaded wooded areas along the Huron River which flows through the park.



Northland Shopping Center
Title:
Northland Shopping Center
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome


Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel
Title:
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel Detroit, Michigan Looking up Washington Boulevard from Michigan Avenue, this unique night view shows the front entrance of the Sheraton-Cadillac, the largest hotel in Detroit. Dexter Press, Inc.



View of Detroit
Title:
View of Detroit
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Michigan riverfront, with skyline of Windsor, Ontario, Canada in background. Colourpicture


Cvic Center - Cobo Hall, Washington Boulevard Entrance
Title:
Cvic Center - Cobo Hall, Washington Boulevard Entrance
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome



The Detroit Art Institute
Title:
The Detroit Art Institute
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Detroit industrialists have contributed liberally to make this Art Center outstanding. Dexter Press, Inc.


Cobo Hall and Convention Arena - Exhibit Hall
Title:
Cobo Hall and Convention Arena - Exhibit Hall
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.



New Michigan Central Station
Title:
New Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1915 Apr-5

Description:
Located near Michigan Avenue between fifteenth and seventeenth Streets, covering twenty-one acres and the total cost is $15,000,000.00. There will be eleven tracks in the station that will accommodate 135 passenger coaches. It will have all conveniences such as a complete Drug Store with special facilities for the care of Invalids and Change Rooms where travelers can at nominal cost obtain Shower Baths and make a change of clothing. Accommodations for passengers will not be outdone by any Railroad Station in the World.


Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused



Michigan Central Station - Waiting Room
Title:
Michigan Central Station - Waiting Room
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1914 Aug-5


Concourse, Michigan Central Station
Title:
Concourse, Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back

Description:
Located near Michigan Avenue, between 15th and 17th Sts., covers 21 acres, total cost $15,000,000.00. There will be 11 tracks in the station that will accommodate 135 passenger coaches. The accommodations for passengers will not be outdone by any Railroad Station in the world, as the convenience will include a drugstore with facilities for the care of invalids, change rooms, where travelers may,at a nominal cost, obtain shower and baths and change clothing.



Union Depot
Title:
Union Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1917 Oct-23


Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back

Description:
The Michigan Central Depot in Detroit, situated at the foot of Third St., forms the point of arrival and departure for all trains of the New York Central lines, and connects with the Canadian division by ferry and tunnel. The building was completed in 1882 and cost approximately $1,000,000.



Metropolitan Beach - Outdoor Dance Terrazzo
Title:
Metropolitan Beach - Outdoor Dance Terrazzo
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Hiawatha Card Co.


Y.M.C.A., Telephone Building and Detroit Athletic Club
Title:
Y.M.C.A., Telephone Building and Detroit Athletic Club
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1973 Sep-21



New Michigan Central Station
Title:
New Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused

Description:
The new Michigan Central Station is located near Michigan Avenue between Fifteenth and Seventeenth Streets, covers twenty-one acres and the total cost is $15,000,000.00. There will be seven tracks in the station that will accommodate 135 passenger coaches. It will have all conveniences, such as a complete drug store with special facilities for the care of invalids and change room where travelers can at a nominal cost obtain shower baths and make a change of clothing. Accommodations for passengers will not be outdone by any railroad station in the world.


Waiting Room in Michigan Central Station
Title:
Waiting Room in Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused

Description:
The New Michigan Central Station is located near Michigan Avenue between fifteenth and seventeenth Streets, covers twenty-one acres and the total cost is $15,000,000.00 There will be eleven tracks in the station that will accommodate 135 passenger coaches. It will have all conveniences, such as a complete drug store with special facilities for the care of invalids and change rooms where travelers can at nominal cost obtain shower baths and make a change of clothing. Accommodations for passengers will not be outdone by any railroad station in the world.



Union Depot
Title:
Union Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1920 Jun-25


Bon Real Estate Company
Title:
Bon Real Estate Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
We Appreciate Your Business



Chalmers Motor Company
Title:
Chalmers Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Chalmers factory consists of 18 buildings, having 1,250,000 square feet of manufacturing floor space and occupying a site of 20 acres. The Chalmers Company employees on an average of 4000 workers and builds annually about 8000 cars. The value of the annual product of Chalmers Cars is approximately $18,000,000.


Lincoln Motor Company
Title:
Lincoln Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Division of the Ford Motor Company. This plant contains 20 acres of floor space, employs 3,000 men and has a daily output of 35 cars. It is noted for its high standard of accuracy and the precision of its workmanship.



Ford Motor Company
Title:
Ford Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Henry Ford Hospital was first available to patients on October 1, 1915. During the World War it was leased to the government for $1.00 a year and at that time was called Base Hospital No. 36. There are 11 buildings in the group. The largest which has a front of 700 feet, is of the western type of American architecture and is so designed that all its rooms have plenty of light and air. There are no wards in the hospital but 600 patients may be accommodated in the rooms.



Ford Motor Company Highland Park Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Company Highland Park Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The parent plant of the Ford Motor Company, located at Detroit, Mich. employes 50,000 men and produces parts for 8,000 cars a day. The first Model "T" car was produced October 1, 1908, and the Ten Millionth came off the assembly line on June 4, 1924. The plant covers 278 acres of which about 105 are under roof.


Lincoln Motor Company
Title:
Lincoln Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
This plant contains 20 acres of floor space, employs 3,000 men and has a daily output of 35 cars. It is noted for its high standard of accuracy and the precision of its workmanship.



Ford River Rouge Plant
Title:
Ford River Rouge Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-23



New Masonic Temple
Title:
New Masonic Temple
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1916 Oct-27


Ancient Order of United Workmen Monument
Title:
Ancient Order of United Workmen Monument
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
Woodmere Cemetery



Bagley Monument and Palmer Fountain on Campus Martius
Title:
Bagley Monument and Palmer Fountain on Campus Martius
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-23


Macomb Monument on Washington Blvd.
Title:
Macomb Monument on Washington Blvd.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Ocy-14



Henrose Hotel
Title:
Henrose Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Cadillac Square at Bates - Downtown Detroit's Newest - Free Parking for Transient Guests


Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
Between Fifteenth and Sixteenth Streets, covers twenty-one acres and has splendid accommodations for travelers. It was erected at a cost of $15,000,000. Tichnor Quality Views



Michigan Central Station
Title:
Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
The Michigan Central Station is located near Michigan Avenue between Fifteenth and Seventeenth Streets, covers twenty-one acres and the total cost is $15,000,000. There are eleven tracks in the station that will accommodate 135 passenger coaches. Accommodations for passengers are not outdone by any other Railroad Station in the World.


The Michigan Central Depot
Title:
The Michigan Central Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
The Michigan Central Depot, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth Streets, covers twenty-one acres and has splendid accommodations for travellers. It was erected at a cost of $15,000,000. Tichnor Bros., Inc.



Michigan Central Station
Title:
Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
The Michigan Central Station is located near Michigan Avenue between fifteenth and seventeenth Streets, covers twenty-one acres and the total cost is $15,000,000.00. There are eleven tracks in the station that will accommodate 135 passenger coaches. It has all conveniences, such as a complete drug store with special facilities for the care of invalids and change room where travelers can at nominal cost obtain shower baths and make a change of clothing. Accommodations for passengers are not outdone by any railroad station in the world.


Michigan Central Station
Title:
Michigan Central Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1936 Aug-26



Michigan Central Station and Entrance to Detroit River Tunnel
Title:
Michigan Central Station and Entrance to Detroit River Tunnel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1916 Sep-4

Description:
The New Michigan Central Station is located near Michigan Avenue between fifteenth and seventeenth Streets, covers twenty-one acres and the total cost is $15,000,000.00. There will be eleven tracks in the station that will accommodate 135 passenger coaches. It will have all conveniences such as a complete Drug Store with special facilities for the care of Invalids and Change Room where travelers can at nominal cost obtain Shower Baths and make change of clothing. Accommodations for passengers will not be outdone by any Railroad Station in the World.


Michigan Central depot
Title:
Michigan Central depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
Wayne Paperbox & Prtg. Corp.



The Detroit News Building, The World's Greatest Newspaper Plant
Title:
The Detroit News Building, The World's Greatest Newspaper Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border

Description:
Ninety-One Trucks are Required to Distribute the Presses' Product The printing presses of the Detroit News send a constant stream of completed newspapers to the mailing room, ingenious conveyors lightening the labors of the employees. A fleet of 91 motor trucks speeds distribution to distributors in Detroit and suburban cities.


Belle Isle Park
Title:
Belle Isle Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1919 Aug-19

Description:
The Floral Flag



Detroit-Leland Hotel - Ladies Lounge, Coffee Shop
Title:
Detroit-Leland Hotel - Ladies Lounge, Coffee Shop
detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1936 Jul-2

Description:
Detroit's newest downtown Hotel. 800 large outside rooms each with private bath. Air conditioned Dining Room, and Coffee Shop, Cocktail Lounge. Garage in connection. Moderate prices.


Bird's Eye View looking North
Title:
Bird's Eye View looking North
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1935 Jun-13



Jefferson Avenue Looking East From Woodward Avenue
Title:
Jefferson Avenue Looking East From Woodward Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1929 Aug-20


Hotel Wolverine Overlooking Grand Circus Park
Title:
Hotel Wolverine Overlooking Grand Circus Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



State Street Looking East
Title:
State Street Looking East
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused


Y.M.C.A.Telephone Building and Athletic Club
Title:
Y.M.C.A.Telephone Building and Athletic Club
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



Crystal Ball Room, Book-Cadillac Hotel
Title:
Crystal Ball Room, Book-Cadillac Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1933 Jun-6


Woodward Avenue
Title:
Woodward Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1917 Jan-24

Description:
Woodward Avenue enjoys the unusual distinction of being both Detroit's leading business and residence street. It is named in honor of Judge Woodward, one of Detroit's foremost citizens in the pioneer days, and stretches approximately north and south. At the foot are the ferry docks where boats leave regularly for Windsor, Ont., Belle Isle and Bois Blanc Islands.



Bon Lynn Motel
Title:
Bon Lynn Motel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Washington Boulevard and The Statler Hotel
Title:
Washington Boulevard and The Statler Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Interior View Water Works Pumping Station
Title:
Interior View Water Works Pumping Station
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The pumping station at Waterworks Park is a sight well worth seeing. The ponderous machinery in connection with its mammoth pumps forces 103,000,000 gallons of water through the mains every twenty-four hours. This view shows the three Allis-Chalmers triple expansion engines. The fly wheels on each of the engines weigh more than forty tons each.


Museum of Art
Title:
Museum of Art
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-20



Sight Seeing Car at Aquarium, Belle Isle
Title:
Sight Seeing Car at Aquarium, Belle Isle
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-2


Harper Hospital
Title:
Harper Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-19



Wayne Hotel and Pavilion
Title:
Wayne Hotel and Pavilion
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-15

Description:
The Wayne Hotel, is one of the favorite hotels in the city, located on Jefferson Avenue, corner of Third, directly across form the Michigan Central Depot. It is on the riverbank and from its windows a fine view of the river traffic is possible in the season. In the summer time a pavilion, built out to the water's edge, adds to the attractions of the hostelry which has been for the past 20 years under the management of J.R. Hayes.


New Y.M.C.A. Building
Title:
New Y.M.C.A. Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-12



View of Hotel Normandie
Title:
View of Hotel Normandie
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Hotel Normandie on East Congress Street is one of the older hotels of the city and has been in use for hospitable purposes for over 40 years. It was extensively remodelled in 1888 and is modern in every respect. It contains 125 rooms.


Flamingo Room, Central Feature of Ground Floor, Hotel Pontchartrain
Title:
Flamingo Room, Central Feature of Ground Floor, Hotel Pontchartrain
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1914 Jul-9



Hotel Ste. Claire
Title:
Hotel Ste. Claire
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-24


Hammond Building
Title:
Hammond Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-13



Temple Beth Et.
Title:
Temple Beth Et.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-14


St. Mary's Hospital
Title:
St. Mary's Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
St. Mary's Hospital, at the corner of Clinton and Antoine streets, is the pioneer hospital in Detroit, having been founded in 1846. It comprises accommodations for 175 patients and is conducted by the order of the Sisters of Charity. A nurses' school is conducted in connection.



View of Hotel Cadillac
Title:
View of Hotel Cadillac
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1915 Oct-29

Description:
The Hotel Cadillac has enjoyed the reputation of being one of the best hostelries in Michigan. it occupies the entire frontage of Michigan Avenue between Washington Boulevard and Shelby street and contains 300 rooms with a capacity of over 600 persons. The property was constructed by the late Daniel Scotten and is still owned by the heirs of his estate.


Hotel Pontchartrain
Title:
Hotel Pontchartrain
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Detroit's largest and best hotel, is beautifully situated on the campus. It is fifteen stories high with three stories underground. This hotel was opened to the public in October 1907, and is strictly fireproof. It is a marvel of convenience, the underground portion being most important for the comfort of the guests. Over five million pounds of steel were used in its construciton.



Woodward Avenue Churches
Title:
Woodward Avenue Churches
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
First Presbyterian and First Unitarian.


Birds' Eye View of Campus Martius
Title:
Birds' Eye View of Campus Martius
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-10



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1911 Mar-23

Description:
One of the finest, as well as one of the most expensive church structures in Detroit, is the First Presbyterian located on Woodward Ave. The building is of brownstone and the entrance is a beautiful mosaic. The church is the oldest and largest of its denomination in Michigan.


View of City from Ford Building
Title:
View of City from Ford Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-11



Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.


The Veterans' Memorial Building
Title:
The Veterans' Memorial Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Dedicated to all war veterans of Detroit, a unit of Detroit's new Civic Center. Located on the banks of the Detroit River, the area includes the site of old Fort Pontchartrain established by Cadillac in 1701 Dexter Press, Inc.



Cadillac Square and County Building
Title:
Cadillac Square and County Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1904 Sep-16


Ford's Highland Park Plant
Title:
Ford's Highland Park Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



Henry Ford Hospital
Title:
Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused


Hotel Tuller
Title:
Hotel Tuller
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



Madison Avenue from Athletic Club
Title:
Madison Avenue from Athletic Club
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.


University of Detroit and St Paul's Church
Title:
University of Detroit and St Paul's Church
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1924 Sep-4


The Detroit News Building - The World's Greatest Newspaper Plant
Title:
The Detroit News Building - The World's Greatest Newspaper Plant
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border

Description:
Founded in 1873 by James Edmund Scripps, The Detroit News has become one of the foremost newspapers in America, and occupies the largest as well as the most completely and modernly equipped newspaper manufactury in the world. It now occupies a full city block, 300 by 280 feet, the plant including the main building, vast paper warehouse and garage. The institutional character of the newspaper is expressed in its architecture.



Clara Ford Nurses Home
Title:
Clara Ford Nurses Home
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border


The New and Greater Hotel Tuller
Title:
The New and Greater Hotel Tuller
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1917 Jan-2



Woodward Avenue
Title:
Woodward Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1929 Aug-9


Church of the Most Holy Redeemer
Title:
Church of the Most Holy Redeemer
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



Parke, Davis & Co.'s Laboratories - Reception Room
Title:
Parke, Davis & Co.'s Laboratories - Reception Room
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused


Michigan Central Depot
Title:
Michigan Central Depot
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 SDS



Ice Fountain, Washington Park
Title:
Ice Fountain, Washington Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Detroit Museum of Art
Title:
Detroit Museum of Art
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Tower and Floral Clock, Water Works Park
Title:
Tower and Floral Clock, Water Works Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Washington Avenue
Title:
Washington Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Water Works Park
Title:
Water Works Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Casino, Palmer Park
Title:
Casino, Palmer Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Hurlbut Memorial Gate, Water Works Park
Title:
The Hurlbut Memorial Gate, Water Works Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Washington Avenue
Title:
Washington Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905


View of Majestic Building
Title:
View of Majestic Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



View of Penobscot Building
Title:
View of Penobscot Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Pingree Statue
Title:
The Pingree Statue
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Looking Along Jefferson Ave.
Title:
Looking Along Jefferson Ave.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The County Building
Title:
The County Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



View from City Hall (Showing Campus Martius and County Building.)
Title:
View from City Hall (Showing Campus Martius and County Building.)
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Point Hotel anndf Battlefield
Title:
Point Hotel anndf Battlefield
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



New Center Building
Title:
New Center Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
New Center Building is an eleven story structure conforming in design to the Fisher Building, one block away. The Fisher Building is a polished marble and bronze cathedral of business, smart shops and the beautiful Fisher Theatre. The General Motors Building is the largest office building of its kind in the world. Curt Teich & Co.


Veterans Votive Shrine Our Lady of Help Church
Title:
Veterans Votive Shrine Our Lady of Help Church
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
This shrine in terra cotta, Della Robbia style, erected by the Benedictine Fathers, is unique in design and execution.



Brass Rails
Title:
Brass Rails
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Life Magazine described the Brass Rails as Detroit's restaurants to fit your purse. Open every day of the year, the Brass Rails serve everything from a corned-beef sandwich to a complete meal; feature the longest bars in Michigan; and present smart entertainment free of amusement tax. In Detroit there are 3 Brass Rails: Adams at Grand Circus Park, Michigan at Grisold, Woodward at Boulevard. There's a Brass Rail convenient to your hotel.


Chapel Entrance, Duns Scotus College
Title:
Chapel Entrance, Duns Scotus College
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1947 May-26



Monroe Avenue
Title:
Monroe Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Monroe Avenue is Detroit's Great Amusement thoroughfare. Here are located the Temple Family, Columbia Royale and National Theaters, also any number of Nickel Shows. The electric display at night is very brilliant and here we follow the crowd in the evening.


Central High School
Title:
Central High School
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Central High School, situated on Cass Ave., is the leading public school of Detroit. The building an grounds occupy a complete block and the site cost the Board of Education $130,350. The building on the right was completed in 1908 at a cost of $250,000. The buildings represent an investment of three quarters of a million.



The Largest Stove In The World, Michigan Stove Company
Title:
The Largest Stove In The World, Michigan Stove Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Garland Stove is the largest to the world and is located on the grounds of the Michigan Stove Company. Directly underneath this for years stood the stump of a tree that marked the place where Chief Pontiac met his death in one of the bloodiest battles ever fought in this section of the country.


Pavilion, Belle Isle
Title:
Pavilion, Belle Isle
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1914

Description:
The Pavilion is the stopping place for canoes. Refreshments are served here at reasonable prices. During the winter, Pavilion Lake is kept free from snow and is used by thousands for skating purposes.



Log Cabin and Lighthouse, Palmer Park
Title:
Log Cabin and Lighthouse, Palmer Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1916 Aug-28

Description:
Light House, Palmer Park Built on land donated to the city by Ex-Senator Thomas W. Palmer in 1893, and situated north of the city at the extreme terminal of the Woodward Avenue car line, is one of the city's favorite breathing spots. Its center piece is a log cabin which is an exact reproduction of the home in which Senator Palmer resided when Detroit was a little more than a trading post.


Waterworks Park - Driveway and Walks
Title:
Waterworks Park - Driveway and Walks
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1916 Aug-28

Description:
American News Company



Y. W. C. A. Bulding
Title:
Y. W. C. A. Bulding
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-1


Michigan Ave., West from Griswold Street
Title:
Michigan Ave., West from Griswold Street
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



State Street, Looking East
Title:
State Street, Looking East
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused


Industrial Bank Building
Title:
Industrial Bank Building
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



Ford Hospital
Title:
Ford Hospital
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused


Gratiot Avenue
Title:
Gratiot Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused



University of Detroit
Title:
University of Detroit
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1938 Mar-23


One of Detroit Area Scout Camps
Title:
One of Detroit Area Scout Camps
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1952 Jul-03

Description:
One of the Detroit Area Council's Scout Camps comprising 600 acres, 75 buildings and serving approximately 25,000 Scouts and Scouters a year.



Water Works
Title:
Water Works
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
United Art Company


Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back



Birds Eye View Looking West from City Hall
Title:
Birds Eye View Looking West from City Hall
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Campus Martius
Title:
Campus Martius
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back



Griswold Street, South from Michigan Avenue
Title:
Griswold Street, South from Michigan Avenue
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back


Washington Boulevard and Hotel Cadillac
Title:
Washington Boulevard and Hotel Cadillac
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Detroit Opera House
Title:
Detroit Opera House
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Oct-5


Police Station, Belle Isle
Title:
Police Station, Belle Isle
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back)



YMCA
Title:
YMCA
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border unused

Description:
Corner Witherell and Adams Avenue, is the largest and most complete of its kind in the world and boasts of a gymnasium second to none in this country. It was erected in 1908 and has cost in the neighborhood of $700,000.


Ford Motor Company
Title:
Ford Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border

Description:
The parent Ford plant is located in Highland Park and covers 305 acres. It employs 36,000 men and produces 3000 cars in a single day. The mens wages total about $4,500,000 monthly. Working in conjunction with parent plant are 39 assembly plants in which over 10,000 men are employed. During the last fiscal year 785,432 cars were built and sold.



The Ford Motor Plant and 3,000 Cars. A Single Day's Output
Title:
The Ford Motor Plant and 3,000 Cars. A Single Day's Output
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM Sep-11

Description:
The Parent Ford Plant is located in Highland Park and covers 305 acres. It employs 36,000 men and produces 3000 cars in a Single Day. The men's wages total about $4,500,000 Monthly. Working in Conjunction with Parent Plant are 39 Assembly Plants in which over (illegible) employed. During the last fiscal year (illegible) were built and sold.


Bird's Eye View Looking East from Cadillac Square
Title:
Bird's Eye View Looking East from Cadillac Square
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1925 Mar-10



Entrance to Riverview Park
Title:
Entrance to Riverview Park
Detroit Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1926 Mar-22

Description:
The Coney Island of Detroit


Chalmers Motor Car Co.
Title:
Chalmers Motor Car Co.
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1925 Jan-25



Plant of Morgan & Wright
Title:
Plant of Morgan & Wright
Detroit Michigan (MI), Divided Back PM 1924 Nov-2


Cadillac Motor Car Company
Title:
Cadillac Motor Car Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1936 Sep-30



The Boat Club, Belle Isle
Title:
The Boat Club, Belle Isle
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905


Wayne Hotel
Title:
Wayne Hotel
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Jun-1



Oral Roberts Million Soul Crusade
Title:
Oral Roberts Million Soul Crusade
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Title:
Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1961

Description:
American Airlines DC-7 and DC-6 sit on the ramp in front of the new Terminal, first Jet Age terminal in the mid-west.



Children's Zoo in Belle Isle, Detroit
Title:
Children's Zoo in Belle Isle, Detroit
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1963 Aug-9

Description:
View of Children's Zoo, Belle Isle, Detroit, Michigan's Island Park. Dexter Press, Inc.


Ford Motor Company
Title:
Ford Motor Company
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The new home for administrative offices of Ford Motor Company, one of the nation's largest buildings housing offices of a single company, contains 12 floors of offices, and a two-story penthouse. The building rises 200 feet in height and contains 950,000 square feet of floor space. Nearly five acres of glass - more than 205,0000 square feet - used for the exterior and interior.



Dining Room, St. Paul of the Cross Retreat House
Title:
Dining Room, St. Paul of the Cross Retreat House
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
23333 Schoolcraft Detroit, Michigan 48223


Inner Courtyard, St. Paul of the Cross Retreat House
Title:
Inner Courtyard, St. Paul of the Cross Retreat House
Detroit Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
23333 Schoolcraft



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