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Aerial Photograph of US-23 and M-17 Overpass, Pittsfield Township, July 1955

Aerial Photograph of US-23 and M-17 Overpass, Pittsfield Township, July 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1955
Caption
New Carpenter Rd. Expressway Overpass: This aerial photo of the overpass at US-23 (Carpenter Rd.), running horizontally and M-17 (Willow Run Expressway) shows the point where construction will begin soon on the four-lane south belt bypass around Ann Arbor. Bids on the project will be let tomorrow in Lansing. Two lanes are also to be added to the present two lanes of M-17 shown ending at the bottom of photo. The US-23-M-17 overpass is located in Pittsfield township.

Aerial Photograph of Proposed Landfill, Pittsfield Township, September 1958

Aerial Photograph of Proposed Landfill, Pittsfield Township, September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 12, 1958
Caption
Proposed Fill Site: This is the site of the proposed sanitary fill, suggested by Ann Arbor city officials, in Pittsfield township. Platt Rd. extends along the top, and Ellsworth Rd. runs down the left side. A dump is shown at the intersection, while the light area is gravel. The Pittsfield Township Board will discuss the proposal tonight.

Aerial Photograph of Pittsfield Village and Pittsfield Park, Pittsfield Township, July 1956

Aerial Photograph of Pittsfield Village and Pittsfield Park, Pittsfield Township, July 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 1, 1956
Caption
Pittsfield Village, Pittsfield Park: Typical of urban development in Pittsfield township is the establishment of residential districts such as Pittsfield Village and Pittsfield Park, shown here. The Village, a large rental housing project, is identifiable by the curving roads. Pittsfield Park, a community of some 100 houses, is toward the upper left in the photo. A string of businesses have located in the area to service these residents. Other businesses and light industries have located in the township because of its proximity to Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.