Floral clock at Waterworks Park
View at an angle of floral clock at Waterworks Park; clock has star and Roman numerals on face and "Water power" sign. Printed on front: "Floral clock, Water Works Park, Detroit, Mich." Printed on back: "1384. Floral clock, Water Works Park. The 72-acre plot of ground on Jefferson Avenue, owned by the city and partially occupied by its water works pumping station, has been made one of Detroit's beauty spots. The water supply is pumped through a long tunnel from Lake St. Clair to the distributing point. The Park is noted for its big floral clock and the memorial at the entrance." Handwritten on back: "Dearest brother, Why don't you write me? Am sorry you are out of work? Gee this a place for your life? I am a little homesick now but will try and forget it! Now answer this soon from your loving sister, Sadie Warner." Card is postmarked July 20, 1911.
- Resource ID:
- Clocks and watches--Michigan--Detroit
- Floral decorations--Michigan--Detroit
- 1 postcard : col. ; 3.5 x 5.5 in.
- Burton Historical Collection
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