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Soldiers' Monument is moved from old Courthouse lawn to Forest Hill Cemetery, January 1954

Soldiers' Monument is moved from old Courthouse lawn to Forest Hill Cemetery, January 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 4, 1954
Caption
This is how the Soldiers' Monument, which stood for many years at N. Main and E. Huron Sts. on the Courthouse lawn, looks today in its new surrounding at Forest Hill Cemetery. The monument, moved to make way for construction of Washtenaw's new county building, is located just inside the Observatory St. entrance of the cemetery.

DAR Women Place Marker On Grave Of Mrs. Rhoda Fuller, April 1959

DAR Women Place Marker On Grave Of Mrs. Rhoda Fuller, April 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1959
Caption
HONOR DAUGHTER OF REVOLUTION: Miss Marion N. Willcox of Marshall places a marker on the grave of Mrs. Rhoda Fuller in Forest Hill Cemetery, designating her as a "real" daughter of the American Revolution. Also taking part in the ceremony yesterday afternoon were Mrs. Raymond E. Spokes, regent of the Sarah Caswell Angell Chapter of the DAR, and Mrs. Harry N. Deyo of Plymouth, state chaplain.

Wystan Stevens, Local Historian, In Forest Hill Cemetery, October 1995

Wystan Stevens, Local Historian, In Forest Hill Cemetery, October 1995 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1995
Caption
Wystan Stevens of Ann Arbor, a colorful and controversial historian, gives graveyard tours at local cemeteries. This one is at Forest Hill on Observatory Street.

Wystan Stevens Leads A Tour Group Through Forest Hill Cemetery, October 1995

Wystan Stevens Leads A Tour Group Through Forest Hill Cemetery, October 1995 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1995
Caption
Wystan Stevens leads a tour group to the grave of Samuel Feinberg, an Ann Arbor resident who died in the flu epidemic of 1918, in Forest Hill Cemetery.

Felch Park Was Not Gift To City

Felch Park Was Not Gift To City image
Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
March
Year
1941
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Jewish Roots Run Deep in Ann Arbor

Jewish Roots Run Deep in Ann Arbor image
Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
July
Year
1989
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Copyright Protected