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City's love of old has new meaning

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Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
September
Year
1980
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Landmarks: Historic Structures Protected

Landmarks: Historic Structures Protected image
Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
April
Year
1973
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Old Lohr Homestead in Pittsfield Township, July 1956

Old Lohr Homestead in Pittsfield Township, July 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1956
Caption
Old Lohr Homestead: This house at 4448 Lohr Rd. was built during the Civil War and is one of Pittsfield township's best preserved old houses. The two-family dwelling at 300-acre farm is owned jointly by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schnirring and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Diuble, relatives of the first Lohr to occupy the place. The house has more than 200 hard-carved brackets, on the exterior of the home. It was built during the Civil War.

Joe T. Jacobs House (Muehlig Funeral Chapel)

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Philip Bach Building, 1867

Philip Bach Building, 1867 image

Enoch and Keziah Terhune House, 1858

Enoch and Keziah Terhune House, 1858 image

Thomas Ready House, 1858

Thomas Ready House, 1858 image

UM President's House, 1840

UM President's House, 1840 image

Bell-Spaulding House (Tuomy House), 1854

Bell-Spaulding House (Tuomy House), 1854 image