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Detroit, Michigan, circa 1908. "McGraw Building and Michigan Savings Bank." At the corner of Griswold and Lafayette, this earlier portrayal of the building shown in the previous post affords a better view of the Lafayette Barber Shop, home of "Electric Vibration Face & Scalp Treatment." 8x10 glass negative. View full size.