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Saline Radio Station OK'd

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Parent Issue
Day
25
Month
October
Year
1956
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Anicka Elected To Saline Radio Board

Anicka Elected To Saline Radio Board image
Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
January
Year
1957
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Mayor Brown Selects Purchaser Of Home Built By High School Students, December 1946

Mayor Brown Selects Purchaser Of Home Built By High School Students, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1946
Caption
MAYOR PICKS NAME OF HOUSE WINNER: Mayor William E. Brown jr., smiling broadly, draws the first name out of the hat in the "lottery" for the house on Mt. Pleasant Ave. First name drawn was that of Marinus M. Hinckley of 210 W. Washington St. who thus had first choice at buying the $13,000 five-room home built by high school students. Holding the hat is John H. Stueckemann, who supervised the project. Left to right, others in the picture are Walter Anicka, architect of the house; William C. Walz, president of the Ann Arbor Federal Savings & Loan Association; and R. A. Silverstone, high school vocational co-ordinator.

Brown Family Mid-Century Modern Home on N Maple Road, July 1956

Brown Family Mid-Century Modern Home on N Maple Road, July 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 21, 1956
Caption
Rural Setting: The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Gratz Brown at 3435 N. Maple Rd. in Scio township, (shown at the top [this photo] is located in the midst of a hickory and oak forest. The living room (center) is pleasant, yet designed for simplicity. The fireplace (below) is the focal point o the living room (foreground) and dining area (background). One doorway is shown leading to the kitchen, the other outside.