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More tours slated of homes in the area

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Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
September
Year
1983
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Ann Arbor History—Old Homes (No. 4)

Ann Arbor History—Old Homes (No. 4) image
Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
December
Year
1963
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House Of Mystery

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Parent Issue
Day
31
Month
October
Year
1999
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Historic House Moved along Washtenaw Ave., August 1956

Historic House Moved along Washtenaw Ave., August 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1956
Caption
House on a Highway: Busy Washtenaw Rd. had some unusually heavy traffic yesterday when this house was transported from Ann Arbor to its new site in the 4000 block of Washtenaw Rd. It stood originally on S. Forest Ave. near the Forest Ave. parking lot. On Friday the house was moved to a point near the Washtenaw Ave.-Stadium Blvd. intersection and "parked" off the highway over the weekend. Yesterday the slow journey was completed. It is shown here moving up the grade in front of the entrance to Pittsfield Village.

Aerial Photograph of Dr. and Mrs. C. Howard Ross's Barton Hills Home, July 1956

Aerial Photograph of Dr. and Mrs. C. Howard Ross's Barton Hills Home, July 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1956
Caption
Barton Hills Home: This home owned by Dr. and Mrs. C. Howard Ross is at 180 Underdown Rd., in Barton Hills. The house, constructed in 1941, is of composite southern colonial style. It was built on a site which the doctor spent four years landscaping after he has selected the place for it. Dr. Ross and his wife compiled a 1,000-page scrapbook on the features they would like included in the house.

Wallpaper Mural in the Library of the Robert Date Home, 3430 East Huron River Drive, April 1966

Wallpaper Mural in the Library of the Robert Date Home, 3430 East Huron River Drive, April 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1966
Caption
Focal point of the library in the Robert K. Date home, 3430 East Huron River, is a wallpaper mural showing the Pan American World Airways flights. Mrs. Date used the mural colors, turquoise, copper and black, for her color scheme. The room, which also serves as a study for Mr. Date and a family game room, has polished fruitwood floors. The sofa is covered with black and white striped denim, and chairs near it are covered with copper-colored suede. Chairs at the dark oak game table are upholstered in black leather. Three walls are paneled in pine.