Dale Northup is an architectural historian, journalist, and scholar. He is Professor Emeritus at St. Clair County Community College and has been an adjunct professor at University of Michigan-Dearborn and Lawrence Technological University.
Detroit's Woodlawn Cemeteryby A. Dale Northrup
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A repository of community memory, exquisite architectural structures, and lasting tributes to the departed, Woodlawn Cemetery serves as a testament to Detroit's multi-faceted history. Considered by many as an outdoor museum of Detroit's architectural, economic, social, and cultural vitality, Woodlawn is the final resting place of the Dodge Brothers, Edsel and Eleanor Ford, Hazen Pingree, and James Couzens, along with countless other historic figures. Through a rare collection of photographs, this book serves as a guided tour along the paths of Woodlawn, from the work of noteworthy architects and sculptors to the legacies of the extraordinary people who have shaped Detroit history.
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