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View of Pittsfield Park, New Street in Pittsfield Village, December 1950

View of Pittsfield Park, New Street in Pittsfield Village, December 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1950
Caption
PITTSFIELD PARK CONTINUES TO GROW: Despite government restrictions and material shortages, Pittsfield Park Corp.'s president and architect, Charles Noble of Ann Arbor, reports that building activity will move along through the winter at a good pace. Eleven houses are currently under construction, with other dwellings being planned for as the number of commitments once again begin to add up after last summer's temporary "embargo" on sales was lifted in November.

Interior of the Abbetts' Home in Pittsfield Village, September 1950

Interior of the Abbetts' Home in Pittsfield Village, September 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1950
Caption
Two Pittsfield Park neighbors, the William G. Moores and Byron D. Abbetts of Yost Blvd., offer a study in living room contrasts. Almost identical in architectural design, the living rooms—as well as the rest of the dwelling—are decorated and furnished in opposing contrasting styles. The Moores' home (top) is furnished in Early American, the Abbetts' dwelling (bottom) is modern throughout. Interior color schemes help to set the two homes far apart in appearance.

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.