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The Pavilion: 1910

The Pavilion: 1910

Detroit circa 1910. "Wayne Hotel pavilion, Third Street, Detroit River." Belle Isle Park steamers dock every 20 minutes! 8x10 glass negative. View full size.

 

Dave, if you know

what the jagged blocks at the curb are, please enlighten me. I think they are bicycle racks.

I have spent about 3 hours googling every combination of bike, rack, concrete, cast, curb, Wayne Hotel, Detroit, etc, that I can think of. I give up.

[Seems obvious to me! - Dave]

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