Cutaway illustration of Hudson’s Department Store, depicting the various departments and activity in the building. Featured in the December 15, 1958 issue of Life Magazine.
J.L. Hudson Company was founded in 1881 and as Detroit prospered so did the city’s flagship department store. The Hudson’s building, at one time, was the tallest department store in the world and the second largest by square footage. Due to declining sales, mainly due to decreased population in the city, the flagship Hudson’s store closed its doors in 1983. The building was imploded in 1998.
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DUSTED JAZZ VOLUME ONE is a downtempo jazz / trip hop EP by Los Angeles based trip-hop artist Jenova 7.