Activities of U.S. police and soldiers during Detroit riots, 1967 in Michigan, United States. Jeeps loaded with soldiers and police being driven away. A soldier enter the building. South Eastern High School entrance. Jeeps parked outside the building.
Detroit riots, 1967 in Michigan, United States. Interior of South East High School: Briefing session of colonel and staff in a conference room. Planning map in a room. Police personnel seated at desk. Colonel seated in a chair and speaks. Personnel notes down on notepad. One personnel standing beside a blackboard. Sign: Conference room. One personnel records the briefing. Personnel stands beside a wall. Personnel seated at desk. One personnel writes down. Colonel discusses the planning map.
Aftermath of Detroit riots in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Two men walk down. A woman comes out from a building. Detroit Police Department 10th Precinct building. U.S. soldiers stand guard at entrance of the building.
Unrest due to riots in Detroit, Michigan. High altitude view of the city of Detroit at night. A car passing on the street. Soldiers standing on the street. The national guards patrol the area. Destroyed houses and buildings in the area. Buildings set on fire. People walking on the street. The interior of a destroyed house. Firemen dousing the fire with the help of hoses. President Lyndon Baines Johnson urges for law and order in Detroit.
Detroit riots in Detroit, Michigan. A man walks on a side walk. Building in the background. Sign on building:'7- Bruesser & Co.'. Insignia of Michigan Bell Telephone Company on a van. Barbed wire and a sign board of 'Restricted Area'. U.S. soldiers stand on guard duty.
In Detroit Financial District, people in front of First State Bank Building at 751 Griswold at Lafayette in Detroit, Michigan. (The building was designed by Albert Kahn and Corrado Parducci, and later housed the Olde Discount Corporation). Interior of First State Bank Building, Detroit. Street view of First National Building under construction at 660 Woodward Avenue in Detroit (for First National Bank and other tenants). Automobile traffic on streets of Detroit. People leave Sweetest Heart of Mary, Roman Catholic Church, located on Russell Street at the corner of East Canfield avenue, in a historic Polish parish. (The neighborhood at the time was predominantely Polish.) In the distance is another Polish parish and Saint Josaphat Church located on East Canfield at the corner of Hastings Street (which is now the I 75 freeway). Heavy traffic on a main boulevard. Children play in playground on swings and slides. People and pigeons in a park. Heavy traffic on a street. Large crowd on shore and others in canoes in water at Belle Isle. Crowd streams through gate at dock to board the steamship ferry "Columbia" of the Detroit, Belle Isle and Windsor Ferry Company, with sign "Bob-Lo Route" on the side. Boblo Steamship SS Columbia (designed by Frank Kirby) filled with passengers underway on the Detroit River bound for Bob-Lo Island in Ontario Canada.