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Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan Have Tea for Women in Landscape Design Study at Inglis House

Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan Have Tea for Women in Landscape Design Study at Inglis House image
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Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1961
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LANDSCAPING COURSE: Many women who are enrolled in the fourth and final Landscape Design Study Course for area gardeners sponsored by the Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan, in co-operation with the University's department of landscape architecture and the Extension Service, attended a tea at Inglis House yesterday afternoon. Attending the course, which is being held Monday through today at the Rackham Building, are (left to right, standing) Mrs. William C. Vandenberg, Jr., of Holland, incoming landscape design chairman; Miss E. Genevieve Gillette of Ann Arbor, president of the Michigan Parks Association; Mrs. Walter L. Chambers of Ann Arbor, wife of Prof. Chambers, chairman of the U-M department of landscape architecture; and Mrs. Carl S. Cook of Holland, retiring landscape design chairman. Pouring is Mrs. John R. Hoinville of Cassopolis, president of the State Federation of Garden Clubs.
Month
October
Year
1961
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"The Inglis home, a 1927 French Chateau on Huntington Drive, overlooking the Arboretum, now belongs to the University." - Wystan Stevens

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