Guess Who Stopped by the Detroit Public Library?

U.S. Senators Carl Levin (D-MI) and Tom Carper (D-DE), both huge Tigers fans, stopped in the Detroit Public Library, Main Library to view the Ernie Harwell Sports Collection.

Don't forget, you too can check out one of the most impressive collections in sports. Before you go to Opening Day on Friday, make a stop at the "The Lulu and Ernie Harwell Display Room" at Main Library on Woodward, just north of Warren.

It houses a portion of the collection, including seats from Tiger Stadium and a mock broadcast booth. Access to the display room is by appointment.

Please call the Burton Historical Collection at (313) 481-1401 to schedule an appointment. Go Tigers!

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