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Dodge Brothers Motor Car Company Plant, Between Joseph Campau & Conant Avenues, Hamtramck, Wayne County, MI

Dodge Brothers Motor Car Company Plant, Between Joseph Campau & Conant Avenues, Hamtramck, Wayne County, MI

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Significance: It served as the major manufacturing and assembly plant for the Dodge automobile and is the last large reinforced concrete automobile plant left in the Detroit area. The Dodge factory led to the growth of the community of Hamtramck.
Survey number: HAER MI-6
Building/structure dates: 1910- 1955 Initial Construction



1920 - 1955


Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Albert Kahn Associates
Smith,Hinchman & Grylls
Dodge, John F
Dodge, Horace E


Hamtramck (Mich.)42.39282, -83.04964
Google Map of 42.3928151, -83.0496438


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