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Architects Told To Plan New School

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Day
28
Month
June
Year
1962
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Architect's Drawing Of St. Paul's Lutheran School, January 1964 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Architect's Drawing Of St. Paul's Lutheran School, January 1964 image
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1964
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1964
Caption:
NEW LUTHERAN SCHOOL: Construction on this four-classroom school by St. Paul's Lutheran Church Missouri Synod will begin about March 1. The firm of Colvin, Robinson, Wright & Associates was engaged to design the school which will be built on a 10-acre site on the Concordia Lutheran Junior College land. Cost of the school, which is expected to be ready for classes next fall, will be about $190,000. The unit will house a kindergarten and grades one through four.

Prize-Winning Plans

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
May
Year
1954
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Ann Arbor Country Club Planners, May 1963 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Ann Arbor Country Club Planners, May 1963 image
Year:
1963
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1963
Caption:
COUNTRY CLUB SITE: These four persons look over plans of the new Ann Arbor Country Club. The four are (left to right) Supr. E. A. Wolter of Scio township, Architect David Osler of Ann Arbor, Mayor Cecil O. Creal and Minor Vandermade, president of Webster Golflands, Inc., owner of the new club. It is expected to have 700 members. So far, 65 area professional men have joined as charter members.

Apartment Manor

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Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
March
Year
1958
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Joseph & Elsie Lee Inspect A Chinese Acupuncture Model, November 1972 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Joseph & Elsie Lee Inspect A Chinese Acupuncture Model, November 1972 image
Year:
1972
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1972
Caption:
Prof. Joseph T. A. Lee of the University's College of Architecture and Design and his wife, Elise, inspect a model used by Chinese medical students to learn acupuncture points. Lee who traveled in the People's Republic of China last summer holds an acupuncture needle in his right hand. The Chinese poetry scroll in back of the Lees and the brushes and name stamps on the table are other mementoes of his trip. (Photo by Cecil Lockard)