Address: 4130 Junction Street, Detroit Status: Building Demolished History When they immigrated to the U.S., Polish Americans nationwide came together to form major fraternal organizations, and the Polish Falcons is one of about 14 of such … [Read more...] about Polish Falcons Hall (Nest 79)
Address: 3401 Twenty-Third Street, Detroit Status: Parish Closed, Building pictured above, demolished History/Description Historic St. Casimir Catholic Church, located at 3401 Twenty-Third Street in Detroit and founded in 1882, was the first … [Read more...] about St. Casimir Roman Catholic Church
Address: 4500 Wesson, Detroit Status: Parish Open, Building Still Standing History/Description In February 1889, a total of twelve lots were purchased; six on Wesson Street at Buchanan and six on Campbell Street at Buchanan. The first … [Read more...] about St. Francis d’ Assisi Roman Catholic Church
Located at 3830 35th Street, Detroit 48210 The Warsaw Café existed in a time when our west side Polish neighborhood was a friendly, close-knit community, and restaurants were gathering places where people met to discuss business and to socialize … [Read more...] about The Warsaw Café
A History of the West Side Detroit Dom Polski 3426 Junction Avenue, Detroit 48210 Introduction The west side Dom Polski is perhaps the predominant architectural feature of west side Detroit’s Polonia. It served as a social and cultural hub … [Read more...] about West Side Dom Polski
After World War I, many veterans who fought in that war and were of Polish descent started to form organizations throughout the United States. The purpose of these organizations was to keep up the social contacts and to give service to needy comrades … [Read more...] about Woodrow Wilson Post 2 P.L.A.V.