History and Renovation of the Phoenix Mill (IN PERSON)

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Join Greg Donofrio as he discusses the history and renovation of Plymouth Township’s nearly 100 year-old building known as the Phoenix Mill. Designed by renowned industrial architect Albert Kahn, and at one time a Ford Motor Co. parts factory, acquired by Ford in 1919, the last tenant was the Wayne County Department of Public Services in 2007.

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At times, the Library may take photos at Library events for historical and/or promotional purposes.  If you have a need to not be captured in such photos, please advise the event planner prior to attending. 

Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services, who are planning to attend Library programs or meetings, should notify the Library Director, Shauna Anderson at sanderson@plymouthlibrary.org or 734-453-0750 ext. 218.  Reasonable advance notice is required.