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Detroit Historical Museum, Streets of Old Detroit, Kresge & Wilson's
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The Streets of Old Detroit is a charming display in the lower level of the Detroit Historical Museum. Kresge & Wilson’s evolved into Kresge’s, a national chain of "5 & 10s," also known as dime stores. The Museum recently reopened after an extensive renovation.

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