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Wed January 16, 2013
Stateside: Remembering Hudson's in Detroit
The following is a summary of a previously recorded interview. To hear the complete segment, click the audio above.
Thirty years ago Hudson’s closed its store in downtown Detroit.
Michigan Radio’s Jack Lessenberry spoke with Cyndy about the store’s significance to Detroit and its citizens.
“They talked about closing it as early as the 1970’s. It was a symbol. The people who were saddest were people who ceased to come to the store,” said Lessenberry.
Lessenberry noted the difficulty of retaining a downtown shopping district.
“People started moving away from downtown shopping…Large industrial cities all over the nations have had trouble keeping their downtowns viable."
For more of Lessenberry’s interview, listen to the above audio.
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