Sharon Gittleman, The Detroit Free Press, April 6, 2008
(An interview with Pam Miller Malone)
Once upon a time, gentlemen in black tie and tails and ladies in silk gowns and pearls danced across ballrooms in elegant mansions, candlelight reflected in the glow of the homes' crystal chandeliers.
The auto barons who founded the Motor City's claim to fame were sure to spot other members of Detroit's high society as they strolled along the broad, tree-lined streets of their neighborhood -- the Boston-Edison district.
Pamela Miller Malone is doing her best to preserve that elegant ambience.