Detroit Public Library
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On front: Woodward Ave., showing Public Library and Art Institute, Detroit, Mich. On back: Woodward Avenue enjoys the unusual distiction of being both Detroit's leadingbusiness and residence street. It is named in honor of Judge Woodward, one of Detroit's foremost citizens in the pioneer days, and stretches approximately north and south. At the foot are the ferry docks where boats leave regularly for Windsor, Ont., Belle Isle and Blanc Island.
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- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library
- Detroit, Michigan
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- United News Co. Detroit Public Library. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://digital.library.illinois.edu/items/40681c20-9f4e-0136-5239-0050569601ca-2. (Accessed November 29, 2020.)
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