Redevelopment and Race: Planning a Finer City in Postwar Detroit
"Redevelopment and Race: Planning a Finer City in Postwar Detroit" by June Manning Thomas
During the last days of July 1967, Detroit experienced a week of devastating urban collapse-one of the worst civil disorders in twentieth-century America. Forty-three people were killed, over $50 million in property was destroyed, and the city itself was left in a state of panic and confusion, the scars of which are still present today.
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Detroit Engine of America
"The Buildings of Detroit " by W Hawkins Ferry (Author),? John Gallagher (Foreword) First published in 1968, The Buildings of Detroit: A History by W. Hawkins Ferry is the definitive resource on...
The Kwame Sutra: Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick
"The Kwame Sutra: Musings on lust, life and leadership from Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick" Compiled by M. L. Elrick and Jim Schaefer. From Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters M.L. Elrick and Jim...
The Guardian Building: Cathedral of Finance
"The Guardian Building: Cathedral of Finance" by James W. Tottis The years between World War I and the economic collapse of 1929 witnessed Detroit's greatest building boom. Perhaps the most...