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Family Room of Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960

Family Room of Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 3, 1960
Caption
Exudes Warmth: Mrs. Hannah, an interior decorator, called for use of knotty pine paneling with fruitwood finish and Ohio buckskin brick on the raised-hearth fireplace to help gain subtleness and warmth in the family room of Early American overtones. Furnishings are covered with leather.

Kitchen of Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960

Kitchen of Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 3, 1960
Caption
"L" Shape Working Area: The food preparation area (right) was made into an "L" to save steps and provide plenty of working area. Here, there is a separate sink for preparation of vegetables and for use in conjunction with a beneath-the-counter bar. A built-in storage chest is in the dinette.

Recreation Room of Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960

Recreation Room of Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 3, 1960
Caption
In The Basement: The recreation room's black and red furnishings contrast with knotty pine walls and raised-hearth fireplace finished in antique white. The piano is the rarely seen player type which was made in Ann Arbor. There is a built-in bar (not seen) in the recreation room.

Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960

Eugene and Eunice Hannah Home on Belmont Rd., November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 3, 1960
Caption
Prominent House, Commanding View: This two-story structure with French Provincial overtones in the recently new home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Hannah of 2254 Belmont Rd. The house has 5,100 square feet and two separate traffic patterns within the living area.

Recreation Room at R. Lee and Eva Brummet Home on Londonderry Rd, February 1960

Recreation Room at R. Lee and Eva Brummet Home on Londonderry Rd, February 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1960
Caption
Recreation Room: The recreation room opens off the main entry foyer. Both spaces have a floor of flagstone. A door nearby leads to lower-level playroom.

R. Lee and Eva Brummet Home on Londonderry Rd, February 1960

R. Lee and Eva Brummet Home on Londonderry Rd, February 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1960
Caption
Takes On Multi-Level Form: The use of brick and redwood break the height of the house, while the planter box and extended wall give the structure added length and a low-lying, natural appearance on the site. Small windows at front help give privacy. Large panes overlook the back yard.