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Blue Water Dance Pavilion – Tecumseh – c. 1925

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The picture above comes from regular reader and commenter Jay Thompson Ricard.

Does anyone out there have any stories about this place? It was on the corner of Lesperence & Riverside on the southeast corner. There was a fire in the early 1920’s, but the place kept going, before a fire burned it to the ground in the mid 1930’s (1935-36).

Hope everyone had a nice weekend, especially all the Dads out there…

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