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Vintage photos of:
New York circa 1903. "Detroit Photographic Company, 229 Fifth Avenue." As Paul Harvey used to say, "And now for the rest of the story" -- a more expansive view of the building seen in our previous post, answering the question of what the General was up to. Detroit Publishing Company glass negative. View full size.