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November
Year
1971
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Excavation Of 803 Mt. Pleasant Avenue - Home Being Built By Ann Arbor High School Students, October 1945

Excavation Of 803 Mt. Pleasant Avenue - Home Being Built By Ann Arbor High School Students, October 1945 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1945
Caption
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS WILL BUILD HOUSE HERE: Pictured is the excavation for the foundation of a house to be built from the ground up by Ann Arbor High school students, under the supervision of John Stueckeman, president of Washtenaw Building Trades Council. The site is at 700 Mt. Pleasant Pl. Students will be paid by the hour and also will receive course credits for their work on the project. Arrangements were made by representatives of Carpenters Local 512 in co-operation with the Ann Arbor High school administration.

803 Mt. Pleasant Avenue - Home Being Built By Ann Arbor High School Students, November 1945

803 Mt. Pleasant Avenue - Home Being Built By Ann Arbor High School Students, November 1945 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1945
Caption
Hammers and saws sound a lively tune at 700 Mt. Pleasant Ave. where Ann Arbor High school students are well along on a house-building project. At left, Bill Maury checks a detail while Dave Stralnic and Kenny Hieber, atop stepladders, work on the nearly-completed framing. The enterprise is being sponsored by representatives of Carpenters Local 512 in co-operation with the high school administration.

803 Mt. Pleasant Avenue - New Home Built By Ann Arbor High School Students, December 1946

803 Mt. Pleasant Avenue - New Home Built By Ann Arbor High School Students, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 12, 1946
Caption
THE HOUSE BUILT BY BOYS: This new house, built by Ann Arbor High school boys at 803 Mt. Pleasant Ave. as part of an apprentice program sponsored by the schools and the Carpenter's Local 512 (AFL) will be open for public inspection Saturday afternoon and Sunday. The house will be sold at its appraised price of $13,000 to the person whose name is drawn from among all those who are interested in purchasing the dwelling. Prospective buyers are to file their names at the offices of the Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan Association at 116 N. Fourth Ave.