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An Amazing Look at Detroit in the 1910s – Woodward Avenue

Take a look at an amazing old photo of Detroit from the 1910s. This photo shows Woodward Avenue and is one of many great old photos of Detroit. Buy this photo today!
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This is a gorgeous old photo of Detroit some time in the 1910s. We’ve posted a couple of great old photos already of Detroit, and this one is our favorite. You are looking up Woodward Avenue in this photo.

Detroit in the 1910s

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Source: Library of Congress

Make sure to check out our other great photos of Detroit, including this amazing night scene from 1910.

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