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Art students Jacob Brege and Jason Polan in front of Polan's mural

Art students Jacob Brege and Jason Polan in front of Polan's mural image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 2004
Caption
University of Michigan art student Jason Polan crouches in front of his new ant mural as friend and fellow art student Jacob Brege jumps over him in the alley behind Borders Books, Music and Cafe in downtown Ann Arbor. The project, painted on the Maynard Street parking structure, was completed just this past weekend.

Building the "ONCE AGAIN" 1965 Festival set, September 1965

Building the "ONCE AGAIN" 1965 Festival set, September 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1965
Caption
Dramatizing Music Atop City Carport Ann Arbor architects Harold Borkin and Joseph Wehrer have designed a many-splendored sham atop the Maynard Street Parking Structure to backstop the three experimental concerts of the ONCE AGAIN 1965 Festival this weekend. Shown working on the complex structure are Dramatic Arts Center members (left to right, top) Gordon Mumma and Borkin, (center) Milton Cohen and George Cravashay, (bottom) Wehrer and Ann Wehrer, and (on stairs) Larry Leitch. The series of panels, stages, and levels will be articulated in dozens of combinations to accommodate mosaic projections of light and motion pictures, scenic effects and performers. The three ONCE AGAIN concerts, sponsored by the DAC, are to be presented at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $1.50, or $4 for the series.

Construction of carport over Maynard Street, February 1969

Construction of carport over Maynard Street, February 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 6, 1969
Caption
New Concept For Carport This photograph, taken looking north on Maynard, shows progress on the city's unique new concept of building a carport in the right-of-way above Maynard St. The picture shows a portion of the new carport--which will extend across the street and hook into the existing carport--being built atop the addition to Jacobson's. At lower left is a portion of the ramp which will take cars across Maynard St. It is expected the project will be completed for 284 cars by March 1.

Hostile crowd confronts police

Hostile crowd confronts police image
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2
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March
Year
1987
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Observes Man 'Trotting' Away

Observes Man 'Trotting' Away image
Parent Issue
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16
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December
Year
1964
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Where's The Safest Place In Town?

Where's The Safest Place In Town? image
Parent Issue
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25
Month
June
Year
1978
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