This Is What Michigan Cities and Buildings Looked Like in 1930s. Look At Detroit!

Just like any other state, Michigan has gone through a major change over the years. From the streets, roads, buildings and up to its people, Michigan has certainly revamped itself to cope up with the fast changing enviroment and technology.

If you wanted to see what major cities of Michigan looked like decades ago, check out the images below. It includes some of the most iconic roads, cities and buildings in their 1930s settings.

Detroit Downtown

Detroit Downtown
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Detroit Downtown Shopping
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Detroit Downtown People
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Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids Above
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Grand Rapids Downtown
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Traverse City

Traverse City Canning Factory
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Traverse City Hotel
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Lansing

Lansing
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Michigan State University Hospital & Health Unit Building

Michigan State University Hospital & Health Unit Building
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H/T Only In Michigan

17 thoughts on “This Is What Michigan Cities and Buildings Looked Like in 1930s. Look At Detroit!

  1. These pictures are fabulous. I always wished I could go back in time just to know how it felt, the sights, the sounds, the smells.

  2. I love looking at old pictures, it’s quite fascinating. I honestly don’t know how much has changed, but these pictures are so nice and it gives you a hint of what life was like in each city.

  3. I love the pictures of the era. You can see the change from back then to now. A lot of history and shaping of these cities. I learned something new and I really enjoyed the experience of this post! Thank you for posting a great piece!

  4. I absolutely love old buildings!! My husband can’t understand it. He thinks it just represents something old….I think it represents a piece of history. Thank you for the wonderful pictures.

  5. I like to see the way towns used to look back in the day. Love the black and white vibe for those kinds of photos too.

  6. I have never been to Michigan before & wanted to visit sometime with my husband. These are some wonderful historical pictures that explores the beauty of some amazing places all around Michigan.

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