Jan. 8, 2015 | Power Couple – 1930s Style | Hour Detroit

 

Detroit has a special connection to Mexico. It’s more than the strip of Mexican-American restaurants that dot Bagley Avenue and Vernor Highway, and more than the city’s Mexicantown neighborhood, home to the largest Mexican population in Michigan.

Despite our being on the opposite side of the border, Detroit’s bond with Mexico spans generations — and in many ways peaked for 11 months between April 1932 and March 1933 when two of the country’s most renowned artists of the 20th century were invited to the Motor City. | Read more here.

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