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Zena Schumacher Home at 326 S Fifth Ave Completely Demolished for New Federal Building, June 1975

Zena Schumacher Home at 326 S Fifth Ave Completely Demolished for New Federal Building, June 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1975
Caption
They Paved Paradise . . . A wrecking crew works amid the rubble of what used to be a house at 326 S. Fifth Ave. as demolition work get underway on the site of a federal building for Ann Arbor. The house, which used to hold a law office and several apartments, was the last building to be acquired by the U.S. government in preparation for the $4 million federal building in the block bounded by S. Fifth and S. Fourth avenues, E. Liberty and E. William streets. Until yesterday the house sported a sign which borrowed lyrics from as ong to proclaim, "They paved paradise and put up a parking lot." Demolition work was begun today on the Masonic Temple in the background. Related Story on Page 1.

Home at 326 S Fifth Ave To Be Demolished for New Federal Building, June 1975

Home at 326 S Fifth Ave To Be Demolished for New Federal Building, June 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 12, 1975
Caption
At 6 p.m. Saturday - "They paved paradise and put up a parking lot" contends a new sign in a boarded-up window of a house at 326 S. Fifth Ave. The house will become U.S. property at 6 p.m. Saturday, clearing the way for construction of the new federal building. The house contained the office of attorney Pauline R. Rothmeyer and was home for several tenants who rented rooms. (Photo by Cecil Lockard)

Maps Illustrate Neighborhood Home Values

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Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
June
Year
1996
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