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Power House - Highland Park Plant, Ford Motor Co. The photographic postcard depicting the power house at the Ford Plant in Highland Park. Five smoke stocks have a "FORD" sign across them, and two water towers are in the background. In the foreground are automobiles and people.
Donyale Luna. The Detroit native, who was born Peggy Ann Freeman, graced the 1966 cover of British Vogue, just eight years before Beverly Johnson landed on the American version of the magazine. She also showed off her acting chops in Andy Warhol's "Camp" and Federico Fellini's "Satyricon." Photo: Time Life Pictures / Getty Images (Huffington Post - clic pic for more info)
Michigan Central Station was built in 1913 in Detroit to create a new public transportation hub. Several planning oversights and mistakes, however, led to its gradual decline and closing in 1988. The building’s fate is still being decided, but in the mean time, the station has appeared in several films and videos, including Eminem’s “8 Mile” film and “Beautiful” music video.