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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.

 

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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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