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Shady Knoll Subdivision Street, September 1952

Shady Knoll Subdivision Street, September 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 20, 1952
Caption
Shady Knoll subdivision just off the Expressway, one miles east of the Ford plant, is typical of population growth in Eastern Washtenaw county. So far, there are 76 houses up, of which all but 12 are sold. Forty-one families are now living in the subdivision. Hannah sales agents report that the two-bedroom homes are by far the most popular. When finished, the streets will be complete with concrete curbs and gutters and asphalt surfacing supplied by the Madison Construction Co., buildings of the subdivision.

Aerial Photograph of the Proposed US 12 Overpasses, Ypsilanti Township, May 1959

Aerial Photograph of the Proposed US 12 Overpasses, Ypsilanti Township, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 20, 1959
Caption
Controversial Overpass Locations: This aerial view shows the two locations for a proposed bridge to carry traffic over the US-12 Expressway east of Grove Rd. in Ypsilanti township. The State Highway Department says it will construct an overpass (solid line) to connect Hull and Glenwood Aves. as soon as the Township Board approves the location. Residents of the area maintain the overpass should be built about 1,000 feet eastward and connect Harris Rd. (dotted line) across the Expressway. The large housing development at lower left is part of the Shady Knoll Subdivision.

Aerial Photograph of Nancy Park and Shady Knolls Subdivisions, Ypsilanti, September 1954

Aerial Photograph of Nancy Park and Shady Knolls Subdivisions, Ypsilanti, September 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1954
Caption
Boost School Enrollment: The sudden increase in the number of children under 20 years of age in the Ypsilanti School District is being directly attributed to a pair of housing developments southeast of Ypsilanti - the Nancy Park and Shady Knolls subdivisions. This aerial view (top) is looking north toward those two residential areas. The Ypsilanti Board of Education last night bought a school site adjacent to the clump of trees (center) directly north of Nancy Park (lower development).