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High and Low: 1907

High and Low: 1907

Detroit, 1907. "Penobscot Building and State Savings Bank, Fort and Shelby Streets." 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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Penobscot Family

The Penobscot Building is still there, along with its son, the Penobscot Annex (behind, 1914) and grandson, the art deco Greater Penobscot (left, 1928). Through it all, its neighbor the State Savings Bank (now called the Savoyard Centre) has stayed pretty much the same.

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