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Motorcyclist On A Snowy Afternoon, January 1966

Motorcyclist On A Snowy Afternoon, January 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 8, 1966
Caption
A hardy motorcycle rider, with not even a cap to cover his ears, rides down E. University near University High School. His expression, however, seems to indicate that a more sheltered form of transportation might be preferable during his ride yesterday afternoon in snow and steadily falling temperatures.

Addition to the East Engineering Building, 500 block of E. University Ave., January 1948

Addition to the East Engineering Building, 500 block of E. University Ave., January 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1948
Caption
ENGINEERING STUDENTS STUDY HERE: This four-story addition to the East Engineering Building in the 500 block of E. University Ave. was occupied last fall, even though not completely finished. Students could learn engineering practice both in and between classes as workmen filled the halls, working on interior finish details. The structure, erected at an estimated cost of $1,470,000, is built of concrete, stone and brick to harmonize with the architectural style of the original engineering building, shown at the far left of this photograph. The new addition houses the aeronautical and electrical engineering departments of the College of Engineering of the University. Third floor is to be devoted almost entirely to electronics and communications equipment.

Mrs. A. J. Forbes Displays Her Thanksgiving Centerpiece, November 1957

Mrs. A. J. Forbes Displays Her Thanksgiving Centerpiece, November 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 23, 1957
Caption
Emphasizing the religious and historical significance of the holiday, Mrs. A. J. Forbes of E. University Ave. puts together a centerpiece depicting the first Thanksgiving. The centerpiece is easily assembled, using cotton for the snow, greenery and figures of Pilgrims and Indians and a tiny church, all of which can be purchased in local stores, according to the artistic Mrs. Forbes.