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UAW Hall – Then and Now – 1952 – 2008

While poking though some microfilm the other day, I noticed this building in a December 1952, issue, and thought it looked familiar…

The building is called the United Automobile, Aircraft & Agricultural Implement Workers of America Union Hall in the photographs, better known as the UAW.

The building is still around today, and is in use as an X-Ray clinic.

It’s always intersting to find out the past lives of buidlings…

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Also don’t forget the Blogger Meet-up – 7:30-ish tonight at the Gourmet Emporium on Wyandotte @ Chilver.

Feel free to drop by…

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