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Detroit ... Remember When?

Anybody who grew up in the Detroit area has fond memories of the people, places and things that formed their childhood. Some are still with us but others have disappeared into history. Whatever the case, take a trip back in time and revisit them right now!

Hudson's: Detroit's legendary department store by Michael Hauser and Marianne Weldon

Sanders confectionery by Greg Tasker

From Soupy to nuts: a history of Detroit television by Tim Kiska

Hydroplane racing in Detroit, 1946-2008 by David D. Williams and the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum

Detroit's Belle Isle: island park gem by Michael Rodriguez and Thomas Featherstone

The Guardian Building: cathedral of finance by James W. Tottis

Detroit's Statler and Book-Cadillac hotels: the anchors of Washington Boulevard by David Kohrman

Woodward Avenue: cruising the legendary strip by Robert Genat

Great drives. Woodward Avenue [videodisc]

Detroit's historic Water Works Park by Michael Daisy

Remembering Detroit's Olympia Stadium by Robert Wimmer

A place for summer: a narrative history of Tiger Stadium by Richard Bak

TV land—Detroit by Gordon Castelnero

Detroit's Michigan Central Station by Kelli B. Kavanaugh

Detroit's Masonic Temple by Alex Lundberg and Greg Kowalski

The way it was: glimpses of Detroit's history from the pages of Hour Detroit Magazine by contributing writers, George Bulanda, Richard Bak, Michelle Ciavola

Detroit [videodisc]: remember when by produced by WTVS in association with the Detroit Historical Society and Museums

Lost Detroit: stories behind the Motor City's majestic ruins by Dan Austin ; photography by Sean Doerr

Forgotten landmarks of Detroit by Dan Austin

Summer dreams: the story of Bob-Lo Island by Patrick Livingston