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U-M Terrace to be demolished, May 1965

U-M Terrace to be demolished, May 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1965
Caption
1947 Building Coming Down: Cambridge Hall (foreground), a University Terrace Apartment building, and a portion of the apartment building next to it will be town down next month in connection with the rerouting of E. Hospital Dr. and the straightening of Terrace Dr. The buildings are scheduled to be vacated by occupants by June 15. The road work is in preparation for construction of a new 1,045-car parking structure costing $1,900,000 and other facilities at the U-M Medical Center. Terrace buildings were put up in 1947 for married students and faculty members.

Workers In U-M Underground Tunnels, August 7, 1947

Workers In U-M Underground Tunnels, August 7, 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1947
Caption
Welding is a hot enough business even on a cool day, but add the smothering temperatures which have visited Ann Arbor this week and you get a job few men would envy. Harold Dapprich of Ypsilanti, the welder in the above picture, isn't quite as warm as you may think, however. He is at work replacing a steam main in the University's underground tunnel system where the temperature is some eight degrees cooler than outside. It's a different story in tunnels leading to the buildings which use steam for cooking or sterilizing purposes. There the temperature gets as high as 120 degrees.