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Mayor William E. Brown Jr.'s Home Covered In Fresh Snow, February 1957

Mayor William E. Brown Jr.'s Home Covered In Fresh Snow, February 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1957
Caption
MAYOR'S HOME DRAPED IN SNOW: The residence of Mayor William E. Brown, jr., at 2116 Dorset Rd., proved an attractive subject for the roving photographer, who got there just as the sun was beginning to filter through the trees.

New Fire Escape at 331 Packard St., May 1955

New Fire Escape at 331 Packard St., May 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1955
Caption
The New Look: A sudden advent of firescapes of wood and steel throughout the city is the result of the City Building Inspection Department inspection of all rental units. John E. Ryan, chief building inspector, said that, so far, between 40 and 50 escapes have been ordered installed. A double escape to handle third floor occupants is shown at 331 Packard St. The single stairway is at 607 E. Ann St.

New Fire Escape at 607 E. Ann St., May 1955

New Fire Escape at 607 E. Ann St., May 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1955
Caption
The New Look: A sudden advent of firescapes of wood and steel throughout the city is the result of the City Building Inspection Department inspection of all rental units. John E. Ryan, chief building inspector, said that, so far, between 40 and 50 escapes have been ordered installed. A double escape to handle third floor occupants is shown at 331 Packard St. The single stairway is at 607 E. Ann St.

House at 431 Thompson St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955

House at 431 Thompson St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1955
Caption
Property U-M Seeks: Two parcels of property on which these three houses are located are sought by the University in order to construct a $1,700,000 Student Activities Building near the main campus. The U-M, which has failed to come to terms with the property owners of these houses, seeks to have the land condemned. The house at 431 Thompson St. and the house at 434 Maynard St. are owned by Mary J. Taft and H. Chester Taft, sister and brother. The other, at 417 Thompson St., is owned by Guernsey P. Collins. The University bough nine other parcels of property in the area.

House at 434 Maynard St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955

House at 434 Maynard St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1955
Caption
Property U-M Seeks: Two parcels of property on which these three houses are located are sought by the University in order to construct a $1,700,000 Student Activities Building near the main campus. The U-M, which has failed to come to terms with the property owners of these houses, seeks to have the land condemned. The house at 431 Thompson St. and the house at 434 Maynard St. are owned by Mary J. Taft and H. Chester Taft, sister and brother. The other, at 417 Thompson St., is owned by Guernsey P. Collins. The University bough nine other parcels of property in the area.

House at 417 Thompson St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955

House at 417 Thompson St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1955
Caption
Property U-M Seeks: Two parcels of property on which these three houses are located are sought by the University in order to construct a $1,700,000 Student Activities Building near the main campus. The U-M, which has failed to come to terms with the property owners of these houses, seeks to have the land condemned. The house at 431 Thompson St. and the house at 434 Maynard St. are owned by Mary J. Taft and H. Chester Taft, sister and brother. The other, at 417 Thompson St., is owned by Guernsey P. Collins. The University bough nine other parcels of property in the area.