Doors 8/10/11—7/4/17

2016-04-12_19323_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
1 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-12_19380_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
2 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-12_19383_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
3 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-12_19415_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
4 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-12_19539_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
5 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-12_19559_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
6 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-14_19892_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
7 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-13_19775_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
8 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-14_19916_WTA_5DSR Saint Michaels Church, Charleston South Carolina
9 Saint Michaels Church, Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-14_20062_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
10 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-14_10329_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
11 Charleston South Carolina
2016-05-22_93498_WTA_5DSR_HDR Continental Motors
12 Continental Motors
2016-04-14_10345_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
13 Charleston South Carolina
2016-07-02_94500_WTA_5DSR_HDR St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city.
14 St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city.
2016-04-16_20820_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
15 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-14_10378_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
16 Charleston South Carolina
2016-04-15_20280_WTA_5DSR Charleston South Carolina
17 Charleston South Carolina
2016-07-02_94864_WTA_5DSR_HDR George Newton Brady, the namesake of Brady School, was a native Detroiter. He was interested in the welfare of boys and young men, and was associated with...
18 George Newton Brady, the namesake of Brady School, was a native Detroiter. He was interested in the welfare of boys and young men, and was associated with various charities, including the Michigan Fresh Air Society and the Boy Scout movement. He donated land in Oakland County as a permanent summer camp for scouts. The neighborhood just west of the large stately houses and substantial middle-class abodes of Boston and Chicago Boulevards (now Boston-Edison Historic District) was just beginning to grow when Brady School was built. Streets were unpaved and transportation was meager, with the Clairmount streetcar line not completed until 1922. However, the large apartment buildings under construction on Boston and Chicago Boulevards were built to house the growing families that would justify building Brady School.
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