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Aerial View Of Future Women's Athletic Building Site, March 1951

Aerial View Of Future Women's Athletic Building Site, March 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1951
Caption
SITE OF U-M WOMEN'S ATHLETIC BUILDING: The area outlined by the dashes bounded on three sides by S. Forest Ave., Geddes Ave. and N. University Ave., is the site of the University's projected $2,500,000 women's athletic plant which will be constructed "in the near future." A unit containing the long-awaited coed swimming pool will be built first, with the gymnasium unit following when funds become available. The project is being financed by profits from the University's intercollegiate athletic program. The aerial photograph looks west toward the campus with Forest Hill Cemetery and Stockwell Hall in the foreground. Just across S. Forest Ave. from the site, and a little to the north, is the University Museums Building.

S. Forest Apartment Construction, July 19, 1966

S. Forest Apartment Construction, July 19, 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1966
Caption
Fast becoming "apartment building row," this section of S. Forest is bustling with construction activity. This 30-unit apartment building (above), developed by Ronald G. Smith and being built by the Mitchell Construction Co., may be finished by fall.

Janie Westphal & Linda Erwin Chat On A Spring Morning, March 1952

Janie Westphal & Linda Erwin Chat On A Spring Morning, March 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 31, 1952
Caption
Encouraged by this morning's mildness, these two little "mothers" took their "babies" out for a spring stroll. Janie Westphal, 5 (left), and Linda Erwin, 4 (right), discuss the problems associated with "motherhood." The chat took place on S. Forest Ave.