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Albert Kahn Photo Exhibit Featured at UMMA

See photos documenting the progress of many of Albert Kahn's buildings in this exhibit

Attention Detroit architecture enthusiasts: It might be time to take a field trip to the University of Michigan Museum of Art. From now until July 3, they're hosting an exhibit titled Albert Kahn: Under Construction.

Kahn designed some of the most iconic landmarks and houses in Detroit, including the Fisher Building, the Packard Plant, the Belle Isle Aquarium and Conservatory, the Detroit Athletic Club, and many homes in the Indian Village neighborhood.

According to the UMMA,

The Detroit News specifies that these photos are not large, blown up displays, but the actual photos used during construction. You can see the progress of the buildings and the construction through the photographs.

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