The Anson Brown Building in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1930s.
Source: Library of Congress Historic American Buildings Survey Archive
Gordon Coster, Hastings St. Riot Information Bureau Citizens Committee, created by African Americans using a vancant storefront after wartime race riots between blacks and whites swept the city requiring the use of Army troops and martial law to restore order, Detroit, Michigan, 20 June 1943.
Gerald R. Ford Jr., with His Parents, Half-Brother Tom, Cousin Gardner James, and Several Other Relatives on the Sand at Ottawa Beach, Michigan, 1922.
Source: National Archives and Records Administration
An aerial view of downtown and surrounding areas near the river, with an airplane pulling an advertising sign over the city. Photograph by Frank Scherschel. Detroit, Michigan, USA, May 1949.
A phony clock being carried by two men in striped convicts’ clothing in the auditorium of the Michigan State Fair Grounds during Detroit’s celebration of Henry Ford Sr.’s 75th birthday. Photograph by William Vandivert. Detroit, Michigan, 1938.