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2004 – The Year In Review

**Originally Uploaded to the old Website 12-31-04**

Like I did last year, I present a review of buildings that were demolished in 2004.

Above, Albert Kahn’s Transportation Building. Brought down for an expanded parking garage for the Dime building.

Below, the Terra-cotta clad Freud Building, demolished for parking.

The former Hughes & Hatcher store, demolished for parking.

Englewood Downtown Beauty Supply & Records for you, demolished for parking. The Englewood building was formerly the home for many years to Sander’s downtown store.

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