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BUSY BEE HARDWARE Detroit photo picture print
BUSY BEE HARDWARE Detroit photo picture print
Photo #1076
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

BUSY BEE HARDWARE DETROIT Eastern Market photo picture wall art print for sale. This historic BUSY BEE HARDWARE Detroit photo picture print for sale is of a portion of the West side wall of this 100 year old LANDMARK family owned Detroit business in THE EASTERN MARKET on the corner of Gratiot and Russell St. As it says on the sign 'FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1918'
It was opened in 1918 and just closed 100 years later in 2018. The colorful artistic graphics of the BUSY BEES have become a Detroit and Eastern Market landmark. It is a visually stunning and historic image. Several generations of Detroiters will miss these colorful signs and the personal attention given to customers over this long historic run.

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