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Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Outside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957

Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Outside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 18, 1957
Caption
NEW PARK SHELTER: Nearing completion is the new Burns Park multi-purpose shelter, inside which Jim Erbe and Steve Banghart took a preview look with The News photographer. A formal opening ceremony is set for 7 p.m. next Thursday, for which tentative plans include remarks by the mayor and councilmen and music by participants in the summer recreation program. An open house for the public will also be held.

Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Inside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957

Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Inside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 18, 1957
Caption
NEW PARK SHELTER: Nearing completion is the new Burns Park multi-purpose shelter, inside which Jim Erbe (left) and Steve Banghart took a preview look with The News photographer. A formal opening ceremony is set for 7 p.m. next Thursday, for which tentative plans include remarks by the mayor and councilmen and music by participants in the summer recreation program. An open house for the public will also be held.

Northeast park plans progress

Northeast park plans progress image
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3
Month
August
Year
2000
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Mural Painting In Midtown Park At Huron & Main Street, November 1973

Mural Painting In Midtown Park At Huron & Main Street, November 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 11, 1973
Caption
Debbie Miller, Richard Peak, artist Jon Lockard, and Dani Romirez are working on the mural on the wall of the building next to the mini park at Huron and Main streets. The mural, which eventually will depict two city scapes – a polluted city and a clean city – is expected to be completed by the end of this week depending on the weather. The creativity is being donated by Lockard and his art class at Washtenaw Community College. Materials for the mural are being donated by WCC. Boy Scouts have planted over 700 tullip and daffodil bulbs in the park.

City Offered Ground

City Offered Ground image
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20
Month
April
Year
1943
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City Accepts Hunt Property

City Accepts Hunt Property image
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18
Month
May
Year
1943
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Hunt Park Under Construction At Spring St & Sunset Rd, August 1951

Hunt Park Under Construction At Spring St & Sunset Rd, August 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1951
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NEW CITY PARK FOR NORTHWEST SIDE: The Ann Arbor City Park department is proceeding with grading and fill work on a new city park in the northwest section. View above (facing north shows Spring St. (left), Sunset Rd. (top) and Daniel St. (right). Playground (light area in foreground) will be seeded, Park Supt. E. A. Gallup said today, and the ravine at the top filled, seeded and landscaped. A softball diamond (right center) has been in use. A coasting area will be provided from Spring St. About 60 to 70 per cent of the seven-acre area will be usable next summer, Gallup estimates. The park is unofficially called "Hunt Park" for its donors, Mr. and Mrs. Ormond E. Hunt of Detroit, formerly of Ann Arbor.