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Angell Hall Progress, October 1951

Angell Hall Progress, October 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 6, 1951
Caption
AIRVIEW OF ANGELL HALL ADDITION: This Ann Arbor News aerial photo shows progress on the addition to Angell Hall and the location of the new wings. The top of the new Administration Building is in left foreground. In upper left corner are the Natural Science Building and the Chemistry Building, which also has a new wing to the right. West Medical Building is at top right, and the roof of the General Library can be seen. Nestled close to the south end of Angell Hall is the spire-topped Romance Languages Building.

University of Michigan's Summer Commencement, August 1967

University of Michigan's Summer Commencement, August 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1967
Caption
On Way To Receive Degrees: Degree recipients, one wearing sneakers, march under canopy across N. University from the Natural Science Building, where they robed, to Hill Auditorium where they received their degrees at the U-M's Summer Commencement yesterday afternoon. About half of those in line were graduate students who received master's degrees and doctorates. it was the largest number of degrees awarded at the end of a U-M summer term.

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.