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Schutzenbund Park Is Offered To City

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Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
August
Year
1936
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New Picnic Shelter In Fritz Park, October 1938

New Picnic Shelter In Fritz Park, October 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1938
Caption
A new development in picnic facilities provided by the Ann Arbor park department is the shelter equipped with two fireplaces built in the Michael J. Fritz memorial park located on Pauline Blvd., just west of the city.

Arbordale, Pauline Blvd Area, June 1952

Arbordale, Pauline Blvd Area, June 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1952
Caption
This aerial photograph shows curving ribbons of roads in Arbordale Subdivision (right) and Pauline Acres Subdivision (partly hidden by trees). Arbordale, developed by John E. Swisher, jr., is filling up with homes. More than half of the 70 lots have been sold to potential home builders, he reports. Pauline Acres is a more recent development of A. P. W. Hewett, Inc. Two of its 33 lots have houses. Across Pauline Blvd. from Arbordale Subdivision is Eugene Hannah's Barnard Heights Subdivision No. 2. It has been cut up into 63 lots. Arbordale and Pauline Acres have incorporated access routes to Eberwhite School (lower left). Fritz Park is the wooded strip between the two areas.