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CASS TECH picture photo  CASS TECH HIGH photo
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Photo #42
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by Jan Kaulins


CASS TECH photo picture art print photograph for sale. Old Cass Tech High School photo picture print photography poster art. OLD DETROIT CASS TECH HIGH SCHOOL original fine-art picture photograph art print poster photo for sale. In 2007 Cass Tech officially celebrated its 100th Anniversary. This Detroit picture photo of Detroit Cass Technical High School (Cass Tech High School), is made from an original black and white photograph THAT WAS HAND-COLORED by nationally noted artist and photographer Jan Kaulins. This artistic interpretive color photo of The City of Detroit Cass Tech High School, from the 2nd Street side, shows the oldest part of the eight- story Limestone and brick City of Detroit landmark. This downtown Detroit Cass Tech high School picture photo print is a photo of the historic Detroit building that was built in 1917, and for much of the 20th Century in it were educated Detroit's smartest students and future leaders. Detroit Cass Tech High School alumni include Diana Ross, Lily Tomlin, and musician Donald Byrd. Other noted Cass Tech High School alumni are John De Lorean, and the Mayor of Detroit, Kwame Kilpatrick! This Cass Tech Fine-Art photograph is a photo picture print of a building that holds many memories for the thousands of City of Detroit Cass Tech High School graduates who have walked its corridors. In the Spring of 2006 the new Cass Tech High School, being built next door (out of view to the right side of this photograph) opened its doors. The historic Cass Tech High School seen in this picture photo was tentatively scheduled for demoliton to make way for an athletic field and a parking lot, but apparantly has at least temporarily been saved from that fate. This Cass Tech High School Detroit photograph print celebrates a memorable era of Detroit Academic History and would make a fine gift for a member of The Cass Tech Alumni Association or any former Cass Tech student celebrating the Cass Tech 100 Anniversary in 2007.

There have been four physical incarnations of Cass Technical High School. The original plot of land bordered by Grand River Road, High Street (Vernor Highway), Second Avenue and Gilman Street, was donated by statesman Lewis Cass some time during the Civil War. At the time it was built, the school was on the outskirts of Detroit and sat opposite of Kings Cattle Yard. The building was expanded from a twelve room building to a twenty-two room building sometime after 1866. In 1909, a fire destroyed the original portion of the building, but spared the addition. In 1912, a new building was completed that encompassed the entire span of the original donated plot, yet, it was still too small to accommodate the large influx of students. Plans immediately went in the place for a newer, bigger building. In 1922, the New Cass Technical High School was completed, dominating the surrounding landscape. It was seven stories tall and half a city block long. An addition was added in 1985, but was left incomplete due to funding issues. (info from Cass Tech 100 year Anniversary site)

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