Detroit Housing Project Where Supremes Lived Razed

130905_07ABC News – A backhoe crunched and gouged into a former low-rise row house in Detroit on Wednesday, marking the first official demolition work on a massive, vacant Detroit housing project once home to boxer Joe Louis and the Supremes before the musical trio became vital voices of “the Motown sound.”

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