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Construction of Church of the Good Shepherd on Independence Blvd, April 1958

Construction of Church of the Good Shepherd on Independence Blvd, April 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 11, 1958
Caption
Construction Progress: The first unit of the long-range building program of the Church of the Good Shepherd (Evangelical and Reformed) takes shape at the building site on Independence Blvd. June has been set at target date for completion and dedication of the unit, which will serve as worship and fellowship center until other units are built and then will become a fellowship hall. Designer is local architect Robert C. Metcalf.

Good Shepherd Plans Burning of Mortgage

Good Shepherd Plans Burning of Mortgage image
Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
March
Year
1969
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Good Shepherd Church Begins Building

Good Shepherd Church Begins Building image
Parent Issue
Day
25
Month
October
Year
1957
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New Cross In Front of the Church of the Good Shepherd, November 1961

New Cross In Front of the Church of the Good Shepherd, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 10, 1961
Caption
New Cross: This is the 40-foot free standing cross erected recently in front of the Church of the Good Shepherd, United Church of Christ, 2145 Independence Blvd. The white cross, designed by Robert C. Metcalf, architect for the church which was completed in 1958, is illuminated nightly.

Prominent U-M Architect Dies

Prominent U-M Architect Dies image
Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
March
Year
1973
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Swimming Pool At Yeager Mid-Century Modern Home On Chestnut Road, October 1957

Swimming Pool At Yeager Mid-Century Modern Home On Chestnut Road, October 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 19, 1957
Caption
20x40-Foot Swimming Pool: The pool with its own filtering plant is 9 1/2 feet deep at one end and has underwater lighting. The nearby kitchen makes the patio (in background) a convenient place for out-of-doors eating, entertaining or lounging after dips in the pool. Dressing rooms are to be attached to the end of the carport (left of picture).