Join us on Friday, February 20, at 7:00 pm for a lecture with Ken Coleman. Ken will discuss his new book Million Dollars Worth of Nerve, which profiles 21 African-American movers-and-shakers who made their mark on Detroit, with a focus on Paradise Valley, Black Bottom, and the Lower East Side.
Friday, July 18, 7:00 pm St. Cecilia Parish Church, 10400 Stoepel St., Detroit, MI Suggested donation $5 or free for Preservation Detroit members Join Preservation Detroit as we welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Stephen Henderson for the second installment in a series of lectures where long-time Detroiters share oral histories
Join us on Friday, May 16 at 7:00 pm at the Mackenzie House (4735 Cass Ave., Detroit, MI, 48201) for a release party celebrating a new book and a dynamic Detroit neighborhood, Capitol Park: Historic Heart of Detroit, by author Jack Dempsey. Capitol Park is the only city park in
Join us on February 21, 2014 at 7:00 PM for a lecture on Detroit architect Almon Clothier Varney with lecturer Kim Schroeder. Varney was the most prolific architect in Detroit history. Credited with creating the first apartment building in Detroit and spanning a 40 year career, Varney’s creations contributed to