Cass Corridor (Detroit, Mich.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Alternative Press Collection at Wayne State University is not the full set of records of the Alternative Press. The complete archive is located at the University of Michigan in the Special Collections Library at the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library. The Wayne State University archive consists of highlights of the collection, including artwork and poetry published as postcards, broadsides, foldouts, calendars, annoucements, ephmera, and subscription forms. The collection also includes...
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1969-1992; 1969-2006
Abstract From the 1960s to the early 2000s, Beulah Groehn Croxford was a resident of West Canfield Street, located between Second and Third Avenues in Detroit, Michigan. Croxford lived in a historic home, actively working for the preservation of both her block and neighborhood. In 1969, Croxford organized the Canfield West-Wayne Preservation Association, created to enable the restoration and preservation of the block’s homes. Additionally, she succeeded in creating Detroit’s first historic district in...
Dates: 1964 - 2002; Majority of material found within 1970 - 1985
Abstract The North Cass Community Union Records reflects the organization’s involvement, officially beginning in 1978, in community advocacy, development, and service to the North Cass neighborhood. Important subjects include: the Detroit Incinerator, Dally in the Alley, the Dodge Carriage House Restoration, tenant advocacy, University City, and the Cass Corridor Food Co-op.
Dates: 1978 - 2003
Abstract This collection consists of 16 oral history interviews. These can be broken into four categories: Southwest Detroit, Michigan Environmental Justice, Economic Development in Detroit, and Policing Detroit. There are transcripts and audio recordings for all 16 interviews.
Abstract This collection consists of 16 oral history interviews. The collection can be broken into two major categories: the Cass Corridor Neighborhood and Detroit Music History. There are transcripts and audio recordings for all of the interviews.
Abstract This collection consists of 17 oral history interviews. The collection can be broken into three major categories: the Cass Corridor Neighborhood, LGBTQ Individuals, and Detroit Music History. There are transcripts and recordings for all of the interviews.