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What Detroit Looked Like in 1929 as Seen From Canada

Step back in time to see what Detroit, Michigan looked like in 1929, as seen from across the river in Canada. Take a look at the 1890s view of Detroit, and click on the photo for a larger and detailed version.
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This is what Detroit looked like in 1929, if you were standing across the river in Canada. Take a look at the 1890s view that we posted a while back. Click on the photo for a much larger and detailed version.

Photograph shows the Detroit skyline and boats on the Detroit River as seen from Windsor, Ontario. In foreground, rooftops of buildings in Windsor.

Source: Library of Congress

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