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213 W Liberty St, 1973 Photographer: Susan Wineberg

213 W Liberty St, 1973 image

Advertising Card for Walker's Livery, undated

Advertising Card for Walker's Livery, undated image

From Laurence Baker:
"This is a large card advertising A. B.'s services at 515 E. Liberty Street. One can see that he continues to offer horse boarding at 528 Jefferson St."

Close-up of Alley From Liberty to Washington Street, July 1964 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Close-up of Alley From Liberty to Washington Street, July 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 15, 1964
Caption
CLEAN AND NEAT: This Liberty-to-Washington alley between S. Fourth and S. Fifth Aves. has attracted comment as one of the cleanest ones downtown. A few empty boxes and a sumac tree that forced its way through the pavement are the only evidence of "disorder." Although drab, the alley is in contrast to some trash-ridden ones that are breeding grounds for rodents and pointed to as unhealthful by the city as well as in violation of an anti-litter ordinance. Violators of the ordinance are subject to citation and a municipal court hearing. That warning was issued by the Police Department during Cleanup, Paintup, Fixup Month in June, when the city made pleas to businessmen, industry and residents to beautify their properties year-around. The warning has been heeded by many around the city.

Colored Welfare League Building Up For Sale, September 1964 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Colored Welfare League Building Up For Sale, September 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1964
Caption
The city is considering buying this building at 209-211 N. Fourth Ave.