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Preservation Wayne [MI]

Preservation Wayne seeks to promote awareness of Detroit's past and current achievements through tours, lectures, publications, and full-time accessibility to the media. Their areas of architectural focus include the works of Louis Kamper (1861–1953), architect of Book Tower and the Book Cadillac Hotel, and Albert Kahn (1869–1952), a major American industrial architect and designer of the General Motors Building and Detroit Police Headquarters. Other topics include the history of sculpture, residential structures, automobiles, skyscrapers, and theater in Detroit.

The organization offers a variety of tours and a lecture series.