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Through the years
How is might have looked
Alfred Street Pictures and Maps
Henry T. Brush and Jeanie Flora Campbell
Structures of Henry T. Brush
Alanson J. Fox
Speaches of Alanson J. Fox
1943 Detroit Riot
Population Change in Detroit
Rise of Architecture in Detroit
le détroit (The Straits)
Tiger Stadium, 100 Years On
Who Makes It?
House Photos for Sale
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"We deal here with the right of all of our children, whatever their race, to an equal start in life and to an equal opportunity to reach their full potential as citizens. Those children who have been denied that right in the past deserve better than to see fences thrown up to deny them that right in the future. Our Nation, I fear, will be ill served by the Court's refusal to remedy separate and unequal education, for unless our children begin to learn together, there is little hope that our people will ever learn to live together."
--MR. JUSTICE MARSHALL, Dissent, MILLIKEN v. BRADLEY, 418 U.S. 717 (1974)
Edith Woodberry in empty lot during her time as president of the Woodward East Project, Inc., The Detroit News, Picture Page, 7/11/1969, p. 20-D.
Edith Woodberry and Mr. Knighton at "The House" one on a number of properties being remodel for use by the local community by the Woodward East Project Inc. Ward, H. H., Woodward East Project: People’s Group to Launch 7 Houses, Hotel for Poor, Detroit Free Press, Unknown date probably 1969, Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University.
Minutes of Meeting of the Woodward East Project denoting their understanding that they now owned the Ransom Gillis House and property. This was found later not to be the case.
Source: Woodward East Project, March 3, 1969, Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University.
Woodward Renissance Plan, Barnett, J., 37 Design & Environment Projects - First Annual Review, 37 Design & Environment Projects - First Annual Review, Washington DC, 1976, pp. 54-55.
Architects at three day meeting in support of Woodward East Renaissance, Barnett, J., 37 Design & Environment Projects - First Annual Review, 37 Design & Environment Projects - First Annual Review, Washington DC, 1976, pp. 54-55.
Woodward Place at Brush Park, Conceptual Site Plan, Crosswinds Communities
December 2007 picture courtesy of Andy Crause.
Proposed future development of Brush Park by Brush Park Development Partners, LLC, 5/6/2015
Border of Detroit and Grosse Point Park illustrating the abandonment of the city.
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