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SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1934

Mama went in town and had a wave. I finished “Thankful’s Inheritance.” Swell. Took bath tonight. Took physic. Went out and bought a paper and read the funnies.

Video Tour: Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum

The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant​ shared this January 2015 video tour of the museum taken by MUSTANGMANIA.

The museum, the birthplace of the “MODEL T”, is located at 461 Piquette Street in Midtown Detroit.   8 more words

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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1934

I came home and finished “The Silver Tarn” and sewed on my dress. Mama stayed in town and saw “Queen Christina” with Greta Garbo. My ringworm is bad.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1934

I went to Lily’s after school and started my second towel. Came home at 6:30. Am reading “The Silver Tarn.” Walked to Westminster with Lily. Saw Rickard and Victor.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1934

We had a substitute in Civics. I came home after school and sewed on my dress. Took showers. Oscar came up tonight. Nick Naff and I are mad.

MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1934

Grandma got letter from Esther. Uncle Dick is going to Miami for his cold. I started embroidering one of Grandma’s birthday towels in school and finished it at home. Real pretty.

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The Inn on Ferry Street in Detroit

   

   

    
(Photos by Stephanie Chapman)

The historic Inn is located 84 East Ferry Street in the East Ferry Street Historic District of Midtown Detroit.

Originally a part of the Ferry Seed Company, East Ferry Avenue was developed in the late 1800s into an upper-class neighborhood. 82 more words

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