Bricks From Historic Lorin Mills House Viewed By Mills Descendants and Lurie Terrace Officials, August 1963

Bricks From Historic Lorin Mills House Viewed By Mills Descendants and Lurie Terrace Officials, August 1963
Caption: Patio In Remembrance: The old Lorin Mills house at 600 W. Huron St., which has been demolished to make way for Lurie Terrace, will be remembered in the form of a patio constructed out of bricks from the house. Ross W. Campbell, great-great-grandson of Mills (center), and his two sons, Christopher (extreme left) and Charles examine the bricks on the site along with (from left) Avery Downer, president of the Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor, Inc., Miss Lela Duff, local historian, and Mrs. Shata Ling, future director of Lurie Terrace.
Published in Issue: Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1963

Article Keywords: Affordable Housing, Apartments, Building & Construction, Demolitions, Historic Buildings, Local History, Lurie Terrace, Senior Citizens, Senior Citizens Guild, Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor Inc.
Places: 600 W Huron St
Date: August 1963

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