This week's Throwback Thursday from the Detroit Historical Society honors the men who fought in the Civil War.
The Grand Army of the Republic lined up on a sidewalk in Detroit on Memorial Day in 1910. In the sepia-toned photo you can see a Jefferson Ave streetcar in the background as the veterans line up. On the back of the picture, the following is written in pencil: "Veterans of G.A.R. lined up so that Shilders children could pin roses on coats. Memorial Day 1910. May 30th 1910."
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