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Miss Lydia Condon Dies At Her Home

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Miss Lydia C. Condon, member of a prominent Ann Arbor family, died Saturday night at her home at 901 Oakland Ave.
The Condon home formerly was situated on the site of the present Martha Cook building. Miss Condon, who was born Dec. 2, 1866, in Hancock, Mich., came to Ann Arbor in 1877 from Houghton, with her parents, the late William and Anna Douglas Condon. She had been a resident of Ann Arbor since.
She was graduated from Ann Arbor High school, the University of Michigan, and the University School of Music. She was a member of Collegiate Sorosis and of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority.
Miss Condon was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal church. As a member of the Altar guild of the church, she had charge of the memorial flowers placed at the altar each Sunday.
Surviving are two sisters, Miss Annie Condon of Ann Arbor and Mrs. Jane C. Maclean of Lawrence, Kan.; two brothers, John C. Condon of Three Rivers, and Frank C. of Hancock; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in St. Andrew's Episcopal church. Rev. Henry Lewis and Rev. Henry Tatlock will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery.