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   This area witnessed the changing lives and concerns of students and emerged in this century as a third center of vibrant city commerce. The academic, social, and political side of the relationship between the University and town are illlustrated by the beginnings of the Ann Arbor Art Fair and the student riots of 1969.

WALL DISPLAY 1: The Corners of South University and East University Avenues
WALL DISPLAY 2: Like a Small Village
WALL DISPLAY 3: Houses to High Rises on South University Avenue
WALL DISPLAY 4: South University and Forest Avenues

Photos Courtesy of the Bentley Historical Library, The Ann Arbor News, and John and Leni Sinclair

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Girl on curb with police in riot gear, June 1969Procession of students on South University, June, 1969Panel InformationFirst Hash Bash, 1971Students returning from a three-day sit-in at the Administration BuildingCouple on bikes at the Art Fair, 1971Art Fair, 1960