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A Walking Tour of Albert Kahn-Designed Homes in Detroit’s Historic Indian Village

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October 1, 2022 , 10:00 am - 11:30 am
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A Walking Tour of Albert Kahn-Designed Homes in Detroit’s Historic Indian Village

Please join us on this 90-minute walking tour of about a dozen Albert Kahn-designed homes in Detroit’s historic Indian Village. As we stroll around the homes, historian Bill Worden will provide insight into the history and design.  We will also have exclusive access to tour the inside of one of the homes.

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Space is limited to 25 people.

Fee:  $20 members, $30 nonmembers

Price includes tour, water, snacks

Rain or shine

Our docent/tour guide is William Worden, a native Detroiter. Bill was Director of Historic Designation for the City of Detroit for nearly 30 years. He served on the Board of Advisors of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for nine years and was given the title of “Advisor Emeritus.” A long-time board member of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network, he was eventually elected the organization’s Chairman.  An award-winning maritime historian, he was responsible for the nomination of three ships as National Historic Landmarks and was president of the Steamer Columbia Foundation, which tried to restore to Bob-Lo Boat Columbia to operation in Detroit.  A former president of the historic Indian Village Association, he and his wife Barbara have lived in the neighborhood since 1976. 

 

Meet up point: outside the Waldorf School, 2555 Burns, corner of Charlevoix, in Indian Village.

Parking: available in the surface lot across from the school or on the street.