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Black Economic Development League Trainees-Built Home, Designed By David Byrne, November 26, 1971

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Ann Arbor News, November 26, 1971
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This house, near Brookside and Bredefield, will become a model of the quality of construction black workers are capable of performing, say the leaders of the black training program. The house was built from the ground to a complete enclosure in 38 days, and now only the inside work remains. The structure was designed and financed by architect David R. Byrd, who also helped supervise black trainees, along with Paul Spann.

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