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The Pond at Woodlawn Cemetery
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Woodlawn is the cemetery where many of Detroit's early auto-industry and political figures are buried, such as Edsel Ford, John and Horace Dodge, James Couzens, J.L. Hudson, Rosa Parks, etc.

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