Downtown Detroit Days and 1968

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Gladys Knight & The Pips
I heard it through the grapevine

Aretha …Chain of fools

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BELLA VITA

When anywhere near 12 Mile and Middlebelt…stop at Bella Vita for delicious pizza, chicken, subs and more. It is a locally owned business and the owners are friendly and on-site. There is a nice wine shoppe next door…Bella Vino for all of your party needs. It is located next to Jeans Hardware directly across 12 Mile from Farmington Hills Harrison High School. Stop in before or after a game or on your way to a picnic!!

www.bellavinofinewine.com

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3 thoughts on “Downtown Detroit Days and 1968

  1. Billy,

    Nice to have you back. Missed you.

    Tom Sragner

    Project Manager

    Natelco Electrical Contractors

    301-350-1325 ext. 15

    Desk – 301-909-6615

    Cell – 240-676-1297

    Fax – 301-350-0027

  2. The sad thing is that by 1968 nobody I know was going downtown. Northland Mall had been open for about 15 years by then. But I still like to look at the pictures. Love Mom

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