The first issue of The Building Tradesman was dated on Jan. 11, 1952 - historically when the strength of the U.S. labor movement was at its greatest. ..
Published in the 1952 Volume 1, Issue 1 of The Building Tradesman, this column outlined the newly formed paper's objectives. ..
By John Hamilton
President, Greater Detroit Building Trades Council ..
Michigan owes a debt of gratitude to its 2,654 residents who were killed in the Vietnam War. ..
Detroit's long-shuttered Statler Hilton Hotel was not the city's largest, tallest, nor the most architecturally interesting building - but for much of the 20th Century, the half-million square-foot behemoth anchored the city's Grand Circus Park area, and served it well. ..
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