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Dining Area of Sperling Home, January 1958 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Dining Area of Sperling Home, January 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 18, 1958
Caption
Varied Appearance: A partial glass wall separates the dining el (above) [this photo] from the kitchen (at right). The kitchen features such built-ins as a dishwasher, range, oven and fruitwood cabinets. There's a separate dining area in the kitchen. A glass louvered door opens to the patio from the dining el. The hallway (left) finished in the same type of cedar wood that is on the exterior shows the upper-level staircase to bedrooms and lower-level staircase to the family room. The house was designed by local Architect James H. Livingston and built by E. E. Kurtz Construction Co.

Sperling Home Overlooks Huron River, January 1958 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Sperling Home Overlooks Huron River, January 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 18, 1958
Caption
Overlooks Huron: The six-room contemporary tri-level home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving I. Sperling of 4056 Thornoaks Dr., Ann Arbor township, has cathedral and floor-to-ceiling picture-type windows that overlook Huron River in the Thornoaks Subdivision restricted to $35,000 and upward classes of homes.

Cedar Wood Finish In Hallway of Sperling Home, January 1958 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Cedar Wood Finish In Hallway of Sperling Home, January 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 18, 1958
Caption
Varied Appearance: A partial glass wall separates the dining el (above) from the kitchen (at right). The kitchen features such built-ins as a dishwasher, range, oven and fruitwood cabinets. There's a separate dining area in the kitchen. A glass louvered door opens to the patio from the dining el. The hallway (left) [this photo] finished in the same type of cedar wood that is on the exterior shows the upper-level staircase to bedrooms and lower-level staircase to the family room. The house was designed by local Architect James H. Livingston and built by E. E. Kurtz Construction Co.