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Detroit Edison Company, site of the "Alex Dow Portrait Relief"

Alex Dow was a Scottish-born US engineer. Dow was the plant's first manager and electrical engineer for the city of Detroit.

Dow was appointed water commissioner for the city of Detroit in 1916-1921 and again in 1925-1932. In 1932, he was made the president of Detroit Edison and served until 1940. He was elected president of the American Society…

Close-up view of Detroit Edison Company, site of the "Alex Dow Portrait Relief"

Alex Dow was a Scottish-born US engineer. Dow was the plant's first manager and electrical engineer for the city of Detroit.

Dow was appointed water commissioner for the city of Detroit in 1916-1921 and again in 1925-1932. In 1932, he was made the president of Detroit Edison and served until 1940. He was elected president of the American Society…

View of Detroit Edison Company, site of the "Alex Dow Portrait Relief"

Alex Dow was a Scottish-born US engineer. Dow was the plant's first manager and electrical engineer for the city of Detroit.

Dow was appointed water commissioner for the city of Detroit in 1916-1921 and again in 1925-1932. In 1932, he was made the president of Detroit Edison and served until 1940. He was elected president of the American Society…

Rendering of Detroit Edison Company, site of the "Alex Dow Portrait Relief"

Alex Dow was a Scottish-born US engineer. Dow was the plant's first manager and electrical engineer for the city of Detroit.

Dow was appointed water commissioner for the city of Detroit in 1916-1921 and again in 1925-1932. In 1932, he was made the president of Detroit Edison and served until 1940. He was elected president of the American Society…

Plaster model for the "Alex Dow Portrait Relief" in the Royal Oak studio

Located on the northwest corner of Normandy and Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak, Michigan, the building served as Fredericks' studio for over 50 years.

Plaster models for "Alex Dow Portrait Relief" and "The Family" (Farm Animals) in the Royal Oak studio

Located on the northwest corner of Normandy and Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak, Michigan, the building served as Fredericks' studio for over 50 years.

Close-up of the "Alex Dow Portrait Relief"

Alex Dow was a Scottish-born US engineer. Dow was the plant's first manager and electrical engineer for the city of Detroit.

Dow was appointed water commissioner for the city of Detroit in 1916-1921 and again in 1925-1932. In 1932, he was made the president of Detroit Edison and served until 1940. He was elected president of the American Society…

Landscape setting of the "Alex Dow Portrait Relief"

Alex Dow was a Scottish-born US engineer. Dow was the plant's first manager and electrical engineer for the city of Detroit.

Dow was appointed water commissioner for the city of Detroit in 1916-1921 and again in 1925-1932. In 1932, he was made the president of Detroit Edison and served until 1940. He was elected president of the American Society…