Detroit 1818 Historically correct in every point of detail : Detroit 1918--Same area as view above; What Detroit has accomplished in the past, is the best evidence of its future prosperity.

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Detroit 1818 Historically correct in every point of detail : Detroit 1918--Same area as view above; What Detroit has accomplished in the past, is the best evidence of its future prosperity.
Date
[approximately 1918]
Notes
Bird's-eye views of Detroit, Michigan, in 1818 and 1918 showing areas of development.
"Copyrighted by Hurd-Martin Co., Detroit, Mich."
ID
6747
Barcode
B9230710
Physical Description
2 photomechanical prints on 1 sheet : halftone ; 38 x 48 cm
Repository
William L. Clements Library
Date Added/Updated
2018-11-06 13:19:17

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10140 x 11536
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Record
6747
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"Detroit 1818 Historically correct in every point of detail : Detroit 1918--Same area as view above; What Detroit has accomplished in the past, is the best evidence of its future prosperity.". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-6747/wcl006813. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed October 06, 2022.