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Ardmore Subdivision To Feature Diversity

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
June
Year
1962
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New Homes Dot Barnard Heights

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Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
May
Year
1953
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Homesites between Stadium Blvd and Pauline Blvd, February 1953

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 28, 1953
Caption
Future Site For Homes In City's Southwest Side: This plot of land between Pauline and Stadium Blvds. in the city's southwest side is expected to be the site of 63 homes by the end of this summer. The land was laid out by Eugene H. Hannah, who said that most of the lots have been sold to individuals. He added that he would build from 15 to 20 homes here and that various other contractors would complete the project. The property has been rough-graded, and a new home is seen in the background. The group of houses in the far background is in Arbordale subdivision across Pauline Blvd. On the Stadium Blvd. section of this plot, workmen are putting in sewers.

Controversial Billboard Completed, July 1965

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1965
Caption
Controversial Billboard: This is the controversial billboard in the 2000-block of W. Stadium Blvd. which some west side residents objected to and which caused lengthy discussion in City Council Chambers. The sign is owned by the Central Advertising Co. of Scio Township. Richard L. Lorencen, manager of Central Advertising, said his firm paid for the slogan.

Pioneer High Class of 1919 Living Memorial, October 1969

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1969
Caption
Pioneer High School students Mark Edwards (left front)) and Mike Jones are shown here planting one of the approximately 20 trees presented to the high school yesterday as a "Living Memorial" to the 1919 graduating class of Ann Arbor High School. The trees have been planted near the main entrance driveway off Stadium Blvd., together with a granite marker inscribed by the 1919 class. The trees were planted by members of the conservation classes at Pioneer. In the background are three of the graduates of 1919. They are (from left) Hudson T. Morton, Mrs. Leonard W. Wing and Ralph W. Muncy. The tree being planted is a witch hazel.