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Burton Memorial Tower Being Repaired, July 1954

Burton Memorial Tower Being Repaired, July 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 23, 1954
Caption
WHILE TIME STANDS STILL: The clock at the top of Burton Memorial Tower on the University campus has been stopped while workmen replace old mortar between some of the stones in an operation called "tuck-pointing." Compare size of the clock's hands and the workmen in the top picture.

Burton Memorial Tower Being Repaired, July 1954

Burton Memorial Tower Being Repaired, July 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 23, 1954
Caption
WHILE TIME STANDS STILL: The clock at the top of Burton Memorial Tower on the University campus has been stopped while workmen replace old mortar between some of the stones in an operation called "tuck-pointing." Compare size of the clock's hands and the workmen in the top picture.

University of Michigan Dental School Building to Be Demolished, October 1969

University of Michigan Dental School Building to Be Demolished, October 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1969
Caption
Old Dental Building To Come Down. A plywood fence has been erected in front of the University's 61-year-old School of Dentistry Building (center) prior to start of razing the structure within the next week. Second oldest dental school building in the U.S., its site will be occupied by a library addition to the research wing of the new $17,294,845 building complex on right, and an addition to the Kellogg Foundation Institute for Graduate and Postgraduate Dentistry on left. The U-M's Burton Memorial Tower rises at left.

Leen 't Hart, carillonneur, and students in the bell chamber of Burton Tower, June 1973 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Leen 't Hart, carillonneur, and students in the bell chamber of Burton Tower, June 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 16, 1973
Caption
Famous Dutch carillonneur Leen 't Hart demonstrates some of the instrument's finer points to students in the bell chamber of Burton Tower. 'T Hart, who was here as part of his summer tour, gave one-hour lessons to seven students from the U-M, Ohio and the Detroit area. Pictured from left to right are, in first row: Janet Tebbel, Leslie MaHaffey, 't Hart and Mrs. Beverly Buchanan. In the second row are Stephen Knight, Jack Austin and Sherry Mattson. Standing in back is R. Hudson Ladd, U-M carrilloneur.