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A Stunning Panoramic Look at Lower Manhattan in 1908 and Detroit in 1907

Take a look at these incredible panoramic photos of Lower Manhattan and Detroit in 1908. According to the 1910 U.S. Census, Detroit was the ninth largest city in the US after Pittsburgh. See the stunning views captured by the camera lens in this blog post!
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These panorama shots are great, like this one from New York, taken in 1908. The one below shows Detroit in 1907. According to the 1910 U.S. Census, the city was the ninth largest in the country after Pittsburgh.

Detroit circa 1907. “The Campus Martius.” Landmarks include the Detroit Opera House, Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, Cadillac Square, Wayne County Building, Hotel Pontchartrain. Panorama of three 8×10 glass negatives.

Source: Shorpy

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