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Bank Of Commerce – Walkerville

So, today is Wednesday… And there was no post this morning… I know. 🙂 I was working on some posts over the weekend, and with Monday being a holiday for me, I totally lost track of the days… Once I got to work this morning, I realized that I forgot to put up a post for today. So seeing as it’s early evening, and also noticing Aaron’s comments in the last post, here is today’s post. A little late, but it’s still Wednesday, and not the one I was originally working on, that will be bumped to next week.

Also when looking for a current photo of the Bank, I realized the newest photo I have is from 2001, so I really need to get out and shoot some of those sites again.

So the CIBC building on Devonshire, built in 1906, by Detroit Architect Albert Kahn, will have to settle for a current view from Google Streetview.


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