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Old 09-24-2014, 08:26 PM   #136
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This was for your Superman and phone booth pic...

Nobody thought of Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent trying to change into Superman at the pay phones? I'd post that if I could find the image.
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LOL on the Superman ones!!!! Very funny!! And I love the scenery pics. Beautiful!!!!


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Supposedly haunted, The Holy Family Orphanage in Marquette,MI was opened in 1915 by the Catholic church and was designed to accommodate 200 children. The reason for the large orphanage was Native American Children were removed from their families and tribe in an effort by the government and society to separate them from their culture. Sadly I donít remember hearing about this in history class. I found the Indian_Child_Welfare_Act on wikipedia for more info.

It was furnished with classrooms, a dormitory, bathrooms on every floor and an annex that housed heating and plumbing facilities. There were laundry and kitchen facilities, a large dining hall and playrooms. the orphanage was open until the 1960s and some of the Cuban refugees children were some of itís last to live there before being moved to foster homes. Northern Michigan University used it until the 1980s and it has been abandoned since then.

There are urban legends of abuse by the nuns, and a rumor of one girl who was out playing in the snow who caught pneumonia and died a few days later from her Illness. Supposedly the nuns had a funeral for her in the basement. they say on a quite night you can still hear the children playing.
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A before and after pic of an ex-tanning addict:
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This is the historic-landmark building at 1 South State Street in Chicago that formerly Carson Pirie Scott, one of the most fashionable department stores in America, occupied before quitting business. It's a Target now. Doesn't that make you want to throw up?
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J L Hudson's Dept. Store, downtown Detroit. So sad..........

The automobile, the wealth from which downtown Detroit had thrived, nearly turned the downtown area into a ghost town by the mid eighties. A lack of free parking and the easy access to suburban shopping malls by new expressways in the post World War II era led to its decline.

The abandonment of the massive J. L. Hudson Store in the early 80's was the death knell of downtown Detroit.
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yes it does. So sad!
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The John Wanamaker department store building in Philadelphia, another historic landmark. It's a Macy's now. The company that owns Macy's bought out regional department stores and made them Macy's stores to nationalize the brand, disrespecting regionalism.
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